Mental Health Awareness Day @ The Livingston Farmers Market
Locally grown meat and produce, baked goods, prepared foods, beer, live music, and local arts, crafts, and jewelry. Big Ol’ performs.
Held every Wednesday from 4:30-7:30 pm (with live music until 9), the Livingston Farmers Market runs from June 5th through September 25th at the Sacajawea Park Bandshell, next to the Livingston Civic Center. There is locally grown produce and meat, baked goods, prepared foods, beer, and local arts, crafts, and jewelry. It’s a great place to come for dinner and to socialize, stock up on locally grown foods, shop from the local artisans, learn about community resources, or just relax and enjoy the view of the Yellowstone River and the Absaroka Mountain Range while listening to live music. This special event breaks down stereotypes and raises awareness about mental health resources available in our community. We’re growing for you!
Go to the Events Calendar at www.westernsustainabilityexchange.org for updates of Special Event Days and live music for the Market, or call 222-0730 for more information.