Downtown Boise’s Capital City Public Market, which traditionally operates along 8 St., will once again reopen this Saturday in Garden City. But it could return to Boise this summer.
The market is located at the intersection of 34 St. and Carr St.
The 34th St. Market opens on April 10 and will run Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. through the end of summer. The market will also be open on Wednesday’s from 5p.m. to 8 p.m.starting in June and lasting through September.
A news release from the market, says it has intentions of returning to Downtown Boise this fall. The market estimates it will be back downtown in August or September, depending on the pandemic and approval from the City of Boise. The city will start accepting special event applications on May 1.
“We’re thrilled to open the market and connect with the community once again,” the President of the Board of Directors of the Market Janel Miles said. “The market is composed of over 150 of Idaho’s grassroots producers that operate micro-businesses, utilizing their talents and creativity to support themselves and families. The pandemic has been difficult for our group that sell mainly through markets and large events, so we’re so grateful to Garden City for allowing us continue commerce during these times.”
If you have questions, call 208-345-3499 or email [email protected]
Also opening soon is the Meridian Main Street Market on April 17. The market is on 33 E. Broadway Ave. and is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.