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Katy-Area Farmers Markets Offer Katy Residents 'Old Town' Shopping Charm


April 1, 2022

By Natalie Cook Clark

Katy continues to grow bringing more newcomers to once land of rice fields, but that small town ‘Old Katy’ charm never wavers. Local Farmer’s Markets and the monthly Katy Market Day, that happens right in the heart of downtown Katy bring people together and celebrate community.

Katy Weekends Bustle with Shops and Markets

From picking out local vegetables to selecting some new handcraft earrings, Katy weekends are for shopping and socializing.

"Markets are a great way to support high quality local entrepreneurs, plus they provide community gathering space to connect and enjoy with friends and neighbors," says Katy resident Janea Smith King.

Plan your weekends out to visit these popular and recurring events.

"In these times of countless shipping issues and costs, "buying local" is more valued than ever,” says Ramona Ridge.

Farmers Market on Grand Parkway

Every Saturday

8 a.m.- 12 p.m.

1225 W. Grand Parkway

Come shop in Katy! Fresh Produce, Eggs, Grass-Fed Meats, Local Honey, Baked Goods, Handmade Soaps, Custom Coffee, Spices, and more.


Fulshear Farmer’s Market

Every Saturday

9 a.m.- 1 p.m.

9035 Bois D’Arc Ln. FM 1093

For nearly 9 years this Farmer’s Market brings in hyper local, not resale items from less 200 mile radius.

“In recent years people have gotten more conscious about where their food comes from,” says Ramona Ridge, who runs and operates the market. “You can talk to the person who actually grew or made your food and ask questions like what fertilizer they used, what ingredients were used, or what the animals were fed."


Katy Prairie Market Kingsland’s North Katy Campus

2nd Saturday of the month

Next Event- April 9

11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

2411 Stockdick School

On the Plaza of Kingsland’s North Katy Campus

11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Around 20 local venders set up to serve the community and share local talent.

Photo credit: Aaron Menke.


Katy Market Day

3rd Saturday of each month

Next Event- April 16

10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Downtown Katy


Enjoy 100+ vendors of local Katy within the backdrop of Historic Downtown Katy.

“Locals have always loved Katy Market Day, but I think now it will be more special,” says April Carroll. “We’ve waited a long time because of Covid, and everyone has been looking forward to some normalcy. I think this is a huge step towards that in Katy!”

The April event will include a visit from the Easter Bunny.


Cane Island Local Market

3rd Saturday of each month

Next Event- April 16

11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Cane Island’s Cane Quarter Amenity Village

2100 Cane Island Parkway

Find local artisan crafts, fresh items from nearby gardens and farms, handmade goods and other unique finds. Food truck cuisine presented during the community’s Rodeo Food Truck Roundup also will be available for purchase.



Local artisan, Lucky Highland Clay Co. Photo courtesy: April Carroll.

KTX Market Days

4th Saturday of the Month

MKT Distillery

Enjoy Katy’s local distillery while coming together as a community. Shop and support local artisans, crafts, jewelry, art, and more.


LaCenterra Farmer’s Market

4th Sunday of the Month

LaCenterra’s Heritage Square

Enjoy local and fresh shopping at its best and then take in the shops at LaCenterra. Don’t forget to take in a movie at the Alamo Drafthouse or play the Central Green Park.


Katy ISD’s 36th Annual Folk Life Festival

Saturday April 2, 2022

10 a.m. – 3 p.m

Kenneth D. Welch Outdoor Learning Center

6301 South Stadium Lane

While not a normal Katy Farmer’s Market or similar event on this list, this event still deserves a mentions and your consideration this weekend.

Katy residents can experience pioneer life by seeing how they dressed, how they survived, the types of foods they prepared and even where their children went to school. Other activities include: blacksmith demonstrations, weaving and spinning, Native American dancing, and honey beekeeping among other presentations.

Admission is FREE!


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