Take a trip to visit Farmers Market vendors

Take a trip to visit Farmers Market vendors
Posted on 08/31/2022
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Fall is an ideal time to go exploring — especially outdoors. Beyond their booths at the Lenexa Farmers Market, some of our vendors’ businesses are open to the public. You can see where and how these dedicated folks grow, raise and make your favorite local products. Take a tour, learn something new and get your hands dirty.

Brew Haha Coffeehouse

(Overland Park, Kansas)

  • Visit their coffee shop seven days a week. 
  • Order a coffee flight to sample different lattes, short coffee, espresso and more.

Fox & Bull Baking Co.

(Kansas City, Missouri)

  • Visit their brand-new shop Tuesday–Saturday for pastries and bread.

Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery

(Basehor, Kansas)

  • Sign up to participate in the annual fall grape harvest on Sundays.
  • Visit their winery tasting room daily.
  • Check them out during the Kaw Valley Farm Tour on Oct. 1–2.

JET Produce and Meats

(Leavenworth, Kansas)

  • Visit their farm store Monday–Saturday.
  • Check them out during the Kaw Valley Farm Tour on Oct. 1–2.

Madd House Hill

(Paola, Kansas)

  • Visit on occasional Open Farm days, including Sept. 18.
  • Get limber with Goat Yoga on Sept. 18.
  • Check them out during the Fall Farm Tour in Miami County on Oct. 15–16. 

Next to Nature Farm

(Leavenworth, Kansas)

  • Visit their farm Friday–Sunday. Try delicious local honey flavors at the only honey-tasting bar in Kansas at their store.
  • Take an on-site class or sign up for a Bee-to-Bottle Tour.
  • Check them out during the Kaw Valley Farm Tour on Oct. 1–2.

Sunflower Orchards

(Paola, Kansas)

  • Go on a fall apple-picking adventure with family or friends and choose your favorite varieties. Check their Facebook page for available dates.
  • Visit them during the Fall Farm Tour in Miami County on Oct. 15–16. 

Yellow Brick Bakery

(Olathe, Kansas)

  • Visit their bakery Wednesday–Saturday. 

Published Aug. 31, 2022