SkySong Farmers’ Market returns to provide fresh food, produce

SkySong (submitted photo)

SkySong (submitted photo)

Residents of southern Scottsdale will soon be able to purchase fresh produce, meats, and prepared foods and to browse and socialize with their neighbors at the SkySong Farmer’s Market.

The SkySong Farmers’ Market is returning on Jan. 13 for a 20-week run that ends on May 25.

Award winning pickles and relishes, Queen Creek olives and olive oils, specialty salsas, grass-raised beef, local honeys, artisan breads and pastries, fresh local and seasonal produce, seeds and plants will be available at the market, according to a press release.

Also available will be prepared foods such as schwarma, and other Mediterranean recipes, as well savory crepes, and more. Local artwork and crafts will be featured, and food demonstrations and entertainment will be part of the mix.

“We are very pleased to be able to bring back this exciting neighborhood event that will serve both SkySong tenants and the surrounding community,” stated Don Couvillion in the release. Mr. Couvillion is vice president of real estate and assets for The ASU Foundation, one of the partners in SkySong.

“We want to have the neighborhood participate in the live, work and play environment at SkySong, and this is another example of how SkySong is truly becoming a central gathering point in south Scottsdale.”

The market will take place underneath SkySong’s iconic shade structure, and will be held on Wednesday afternoons from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.

SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center is home to a global business community that links technology, entrepreneurship, innovation, and education to position ASU and Greater Phoenix as global leaders of the knowledge economy.

For more information on SkySong, visit www.skysong.com or www.facebook.com/skysongcenter.

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