New Normal

This has been one crazy year!

Along with masks, buffer zones between booths, no on-site prepared food (at booths), hand sanitizer, and what seems like a bazillion more regulations to follow, due to COVID-19…the Daybreak Farmers Market is under new management. That’s right! Stephanie Devine, founder of the Daybreak Farmers Market, has handed over the reins to fellow Daybreak residents, Makayla Robinson, and Laura Gaillard, to go on to other wonderful pursuits.

We are so thankful to Stephanie for bringing the market to Daybreak, and we will do our utmost to adhere to the spirit of community, and authenticity which she has created. We wish her well in her new endeavors, and are grateful for her being around to answer our myriad of questions.

What really makes the Daybreak Farmers Market stand out is the amazing vendors, and their fantastic products! And now that we have a few weeks of running the farmers market under our belts, we want to say “thank you” to our vendors who have been so wonderful for us, as we’ve been learning the ropes. We love our vendors, and will continue to do all we can to help them be successful at the market

The Daybreak Farmers Market is held each Saturday from 9:00am – 1:00pm, through Halloween at “Soda Row”, 11274 S Kestrel Rise Rd, South Jordan, UT.

Come on down and join us. Please wear a mask! (if you’re looking for a mask to love, there are many to choose from here!)

2 thoughts on “New Normal

  1. I am wondering if you have crafts booths in your farmers market. I have been showing hand crafted jewelry only in St. George at the Tuachan Market now for 5 years. I run into people from Salt Lake that ask why I don’t show up state. I thought I would inquire with you.


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