Visit the Denton Community Market in the Historical Park of Denton County near Corinth. It is located on the grounds of the park. Shopping at the market allows you to support local artists and merchants while also enjoying a nice meal from one of the market's many food trucks or booths.
It is likely that you will find what you are looking for and more at the Denton Community Market, which has more than 150 merchants set up. Bring the whole family to listen to live music and participate in the children's activities! From April to November, the market is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon, rain or shine.
A Bronze Seal on the GuideStar Nonprofit Profile for 2018 was just awarded to the Denton Community Market in recognition of its commitment to openness. In the nonprofit sector, GuideStar is the world's largest repository of information on organizations.
With this new transparency, their community and potential contributors, funders, and important decision-makers can see their dedication to transparency and can simply contact us for additional information. Check out our GuideStar Nonprofit Profile for more information.
Through the creation of a public gathering space that promotes local culture and the operation of a market that brings together visitors with local artists, craftspeople, farmers, and food producers, the Denton Community Market seeks to contribute to the vitality and livability of the city as well as the spirit of the community.
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In accordance with their guiding principles, they strive to: Create an environment in which members of the community can purchase locally produced goods from local producers. Education on the products that are created and grown in our community should be made available to those who want to learn more.
By bringing together food producers and customers, you can help to boost the local economy. New entrepreneurs and small enterprises should have fewer obstacles to overcome.
Promote sustainable farming methods and environmental care while also informing the general public about these practices and encouraging them to do the same. By fostering a sense of belonging among community members, you can help them bond even more.
The Denton Community Market's operations would not be possible without the support of its board of directors. The Board of Directors of the DCM is mandated by the organization's 501c3 bylaws to provide direction on policies, operations, procedures, finances, and unique circumstances.
Meetings are held a minimum of four times each year on a regular basis. Additional meetings will be conducted as needed to complete the work.