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Farm-fresh produce and local businesses combine to offer shopping and networking opportunities during the Heart to Home Showcase event at Trinity Falls 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, June 7.
Harvest to House, a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, will headline the mini farmers market being held at The Club, 7801 Trinity Falls Parkway, with a selection of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables. Representatives will be on hand to provide more information about the program, which offers farm-to-front door delivery to area residents.
“Normally we do Heart to Home two times a year — just for our residents,” said Heather Bordner-Ayyob, lifestyle director for Trinity Falls. “This year we decided to open it up to the public. We usually have 15 to 20 local vendors on hand, so people can get to know our local business owners better while they have fun and pick up items for the dinner table.”
In addition to veggies, shoppers will have an opportunity to pick up a pint or two of ripe blackerberries from McKinney’s own Pure Land Organic Farm. For those interested in even fresher berries, owner Megan Neubauer will have information about the farm’s “pick your own blackerberries” event that runs the first three weeks in June.
Other scheduled vendors include Advocare, Custom Wreaths, Rodan and Fields, LipSense, Juice Plus and Tower Gardens. Vendors will donate items that will be raffled off throughout the evening.
Trinity Falls features a range of home choices by well-known builders priced from the low $300,000s. For more information about Trinity Falls, visit https://www.trinityfalls.com.