Living in Eagle, Idaho has many advantages. Big city closeness yet the feel of a small town. One of the activities that gives Eagle that small-town feel is the Eagle Saturday Market. It is back on the calendar this coming weekend. Think fresh local produce, vendors, gifts, crafts, food, entertainment, outdoor shopping, and much more.
Visitors describe the Eagle Saturday Market as a “quaint and cozy outdoor get together” located in the heart of downtown Eagle (right in Heritage Park). Sponsored by the Eagle Arts Commission, you will find a wide selection of arts and crafts along with local produce, flowers, specialty items and freshly prepared food. The park and pavilion come alive with the sounds of local musicians and community members all coming together to support each other and do what is good for the community. Check out my real estate success stories.
Eagle Saturday Market
Beginning April 21st the Eagle Saturday Market will be open every Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm. The event is managed by the City of Eagle Parks and Recreation Department. Many hundreds of people will visit the event on any given weekend. Historic downtown Eagle is just 15 minutes northwest of downtown Boise and is easily accessed via Sate Street. Downtown Eagle in on “Old State Street”, which is where the highway from Boise to Caldwell ran at one time. At the time of this blog, the population of Eagle is approximately 19,500 residents and the town sits between the Boise River and the foothills.
There are other special events in Eagle throughout the year in which vendors participate, including Eagle Fun Days, Harvest Fest, Eagle Country Christmas, and the Gazebo Concert Series. The market is always accepting new vendors to add some mix up to the products and services. If you can provide an interesting new service or product (locally produced) to the Eagle Saturday Market contact the city of Eagle at (208) 489-8789.
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