Downtown Boise is the home of not one but two farmers markets every spring and summer. But, that will soon be changing. According to Boise Weekly, Boise Farmers Market which set up shop in a parking lot on Grove St. has announced they're moving locations.

BFM Board President Mike Sommer, announced the move in an email saying that the transition is the first step in "achieving our dream of a year-around indoor-outdoor farmers market."

According to Boise Weekly, starting on April 6 (opening day), BFM will be found at 1500 Shoreline Drive. The new space will open things up a bit, allowing for more free parking, for more vendors to participate, and create a more ideal space for events and activities.

If you're a vendor that would like to showcase your goods, you can apply for the 2019 season HERE.

While this farmers market is making its way out, Capital City Public Market, also known as "The Market," will remain in its downtown location on 8th St. and Idaho St. in 2019.

If downtown Boise is more your vibe, you can become a vendor for Capital City Public Martket, HERE.

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