Arts

Round Rock Market Days

By: Jay Prather

Market Days in Round Rock Texas is a crafts and vendors market, much like a farms market, held the first Saturday of every month from, 9 am – 4 pm. The market normally held in the open area next to the Allen R. Baca center, was moved into Downtown Round Rock to accommodate the day of the dead celebration that was happening the same day, November 2nd.

Vendors that come to Market Days include, Yegua Creek Farms, LuLaRoe, Barton Harris & co. (realtors), and Whimsical Creations among others. While they don’t offer a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables if you’re looking for unique gifts and to support local shops Market Days is defiantly a place to check out.

Sign Pointing Customers to the temporary location of Market Days. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
One stall LuLaRoe, is a California based brand that brings together Independent Fashion Retailers. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Yegua Creek Farms was Present and selling there specially made pecans. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Market Days is dog friendly! Macey keep an eye out for interesting things while her owner shops around. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
look at a row of the many Stalls at Market Days. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Lone cowboy watches a live performance from Vocal Edge Studio based in Hutto, Tx. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Listen to live performances while getting your hair artfully done. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Blue skies were present for Market Days and tarps were hung up to create some shade. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Market Days goer sneaks in a cheese while walking past the camera. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
One of the many fun items available for purchase at Market Days. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
A stall was set up for voter registration as Nov. 5th was creeping up. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Sorry bees! This stall added a pop of color with some fake flowers. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
Colorful scarves. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.
A pillar sat near the exit talking about Downtown Round Rock. Photo Credit: Jay Prather.

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