R & B’s Mo’ Betta Green MarketPlace 2011

The Five Points Business District is determined to make this farmers market the best farmers market on this side of the Mississippi and the best that Denver has ever seen!  The neighborhood we have chosen for our Farmers Market is Historic Five Points. There are 14,000+ households within walking/biking distance of our market.  These households are divided amongst a cluster of six neighborhoods (Five Points, Curtis Park, San Rafael, Whittier, City Park [West and North], and Cole).  There is a light rail stop conveniently located next to the market with access to bus routes and nearby street parking. 


It is our great pleasure to host the first established Farmers Market in the Historic Five Points Community for the 2011 season. Our purpose is to supply integris (traceable origin, organic, local, and delicious) food to our neighbors and friends while exposing them to: urban growers, backyard gardeners, food educators and demonstrators, health, wellness, nutrition and holistic experts, local musicians, artisans, and other cultural curators by providing a venue filled with fun in the sun and outdoor family activities. We are committed to running a sustainable operation that allows people to connect and form relationships with the local farmers who provide their food. Our vendors are the most important part of this market. We thank you so very much for participating. Our vendors are our partners in this venture. Please let us know what we can do to help you be successful.

Your participation in this market will assist with the mission to launch the first fresh food and community culture access point within the Northeastern portion of Denver’s Food Desert.


Debut Market: Saturday June 18, 2011
Hours: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Vendor Setup: 7:30 am - 8:30 am

Download Vendor Guide

(includes Vendor Application as well as Vendor Regulations and Agreement Form)

Please direct all inquiries, forms, and supplemental materials to - mbgvendors@gmail.com

For more information, contact:

Beverly D. Grant