Beaverdale Farmers Market opening day has arrived and it’s a beauty! June 5th is an important day in Beaverdale: a primary voting day, a special event at Back Country Outfitters and market day.

This year we will feature vendors in our weekly news. This week’s featured vendors, Pupusas El Salvador and Butcher Creek Produce, are well-known and sought-after for their quality produce and prepared food.


Helen prepares pupusas at Beaverdale Farmers Market

Pupusas El Salvador has prepared delicious pupusas at Beaverdale Farmers Market from the start. The pupusa is a handmade thick corn tortilla stuffed with a filling, served with curtido (cabbage slaw), and salsa. There are several varieties: bean and cheese, spinach, and pork. They also offer fresh fruits, such as melons and mango. Look for the tent on the east end of Urbandale Avenue.



Strawberries from Butcher Creek Produce

Butcher Creek Produce
Greg Prall farms Butcher Creek Produce near Carlisle. Butcher Creek will have strawberries for opening day of the market. Butcher Creek provides a variety of vegetables as the market season progresses, including potatoes, onions, tomatoes, sweet corn and pumpkins. Butcher Creek is located on the west end of the market, in front of Acanthus Lodge. Find Butcher Creek on Facebook, too: @ButcherCreekProduce



Beaverdale Farmers Market is open from 4:00-7:30 today
at Urbandale & Beaver Avenues. Parking available in the Holy Trinity Church lot off Beaver Avenue.