HEBER CITY, Utah- Every Thursday from 5-9 p.m, Heber residents head to Heber Market at Main Street Park in town to eat and drink from local vendors while browsing different local shops. Attendees can also enjoy a free concert from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Held weekly until August 18th, the market is family-friendly and a pleasant way to get to know the local shopping scene.
Heber Market boasts a variety of cuisines from local vendors. To name a few; the Hawaiian food truck Shaka Shake Bowl, OG Cafe which serves BBQ sandwiches, Soup’r Cheesy, a local food truck that makes specialty grilled cheese sandwiches, and Yoli’s, for Mexican food.
Dwight Hill, the Wasatch county Health department’s Deputy Director is in attendance every Thursday ensuring food quality and safety for the park-goers. He checks the temperatures and expiration dates of food at every vendor, while also checking for permits and business licenses.
Some of the local vendors included Lexi May Designs, selling homemade jewelry, custom-made patchwork clothing by Andeepants, handmade candles by Hagen Candles, and Crochet by Necha selling dresses and skirts.
In addition to food, drinks, and shopping, attendees can find educational topics as well. Heber City Public Works is educating folks on the importance of water conservation. Heber Leadership Academy also had a tent set up, with the intent to help develop people’s decision-making skills.
On June 30th, indie-folk band National Park Radio will be performing, and all food and shopping vendors should be in attendance. Spend the evening supporting local businesses, while enjoying food, libations and music.
If interested in becoming a vendor, apply at Heber Market.