Embrace the bounty of the season at Urban Harvest’s free 3rd annual Winter Festival 

Photo courtesy of Urban Harvest

Celebrate winter’s imminent arrival with holiday cheer, family fun, shopping and more at the free Winter Festival 2022 at Urban Harvest Saturday Farmers Market on Saturday, December 10, 2022 from 8am to noon.

This weekend, Houston’s favorite weekly farmers market presents the third edition of the free, super-sized Winter Festival edition to celebrate the holiday season and provide a unique shopping experience.

Already boasting more than 100 local vendors and producers from within 100 miles of Houston, the Winter Festival will also feature family-friendly activities, including photos with Santa and complimentary cookie decorating from 9am until 11am.

The regular Urban Harvest Saturday Farmers Market happens every week, rain or shine from 8am to noon. Learn more about Urban Harvest and the weekly Saturday Farmers Market.

Photo courtesy of Urban Harvest

SNAP Benefits & Double Up Food Bucks

Festival and market-goers who use the Lone Star Card can receive a $1 for $1 match—up to $40—to buy more fresh fruits and vegetables at the Urban Harvest Farmers Market Fall Festival. Basically, anyone who spends $1 on SNAP / EBT will get $1 of fresh produce free.

3rd Annual Winter Festival at Urban Harvest Saturday Farmers Market

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