Brookings Harbor Farmers Market | Upcoming Local Events | Oregon Coast

10/25/2017

10/25/2017

10:00 To 15:00

Event Description

Brookings Harbor Farmers Market is year round. Every Wednesday and Saturday 10-3 in the big white tent south of town. Always fresh produce, hot food, bakers and local artisans. Brookings Harbor Farmers Market is located at 15786 Hwy 101 South, Brookings Oregon See more here…

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