Country Grammar

There's probably no better way to spend a weekday evening then perusing farm-fresh produce in the setting of a modern metropolis. It's like a free pass to visit the country without having to deal with that weird small town-ness. Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m., the outdoor pavilion in Mockingbird Station transforms into EatGreenDFW's organic farmers market. Check out locally grown fruits and veggies, ZIP Code Honey, herbal sorbet and natural breads. Vendors can change weekly, so to keep up with all the new commodities, visit eatgreendfw.com.
Thu., May 27, 4-7 p.m., 2010
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