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One Arts Plaza launches fancy farmers market featuring Dallas favorites

One Arts Plaza launches fancy farmers market featuring local favorites

Flower growing on okra plant at Paul Quinn College farm
An okra plant growing at WE Over Me Farm at Paul Quinn College, one of the vendors at the new One Community Table in One Arts Plaza. Paul Quinn Farm/Facebook
dirt, one community table
Dirt Flowers is providing succulents, plants and other floral elements at One Community Table. Photo courtesy of One Arts Plaza
brownies, texas scones, hospitality sweet, one community table
The Hospitality Sweet is bringing the baked goods. Photo courtesy of One Arts Plaza
Roots Juice, one community table
Roots Juices is another participating vendor at One Community Table. Photo courtesy of One Arts Plaza
Flower growing on okra plant at Paul Quinn College farm
dirt, one community table
brownies, texas scones, hospitality sweet, one community table
Roots Juice, one community table

On the morning of September 6, One Arts Plaza is launching a luxury experience market featuring carefully selected products from local food and gift vendors. In other words, there's a fancy farmers market coming to the Dallas Arts District.

At One Community Table, visitors can find fresh ingredients to prepare gourmet meals, decadent baked goods, beautiful floral arrangements and even grain-free pet food. One Arts spokesman Hamilton Sneed says Saturday's market is only the beginning.

"We spent the summer researching and working with some of the best purveyors in the city, and many more will be added as the experience grows in the coming months," he says.

First up to the table are the following local vendors:

One Community Table is slated to take place on the first Saturday of each month from 8 am-noon.

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