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Light Farms Market

A new family moves into Prosper neighborhood Light Farms every other day. Since Light Farms opened in 2012, Prosper’s population has more than doubled, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau populations figures. The booming development puts a focus on wellness for North Texas residents, which will be on full display this Saturday (June 15) at the Light Farms Spring Market.

The fast-growing Light Farms community sits on the Celina/Prosper border and is hosting its widely popular spring farmers market, open to neighborhood residents and the public. Hundreds of guests will enjoy live music, food trucks, games and activities for kids and goods from local vendors.

Model Homes will offer tours for homebuyers interested in learning more about the North Texas community. Light Farms is a neighborhood of choice for many families relocating from California and other areas to North Texas for jobs, and has experienced a strong spring selling season – closing a new home sale more than every other day. Unique amenities focused on wellness and nature including a new sand beach, community’s lake, neighborhood restaurant and more will be on display.

Light Farms Spring Markets are free to attend and open to the public.


Saturday, June 15

1-4 p.m.

FREE event open to the public: Light Farms Spring Market Event


The Barn Yard at Light Farms

1234 Homestead Court

Celina, Texas 75009

(on the Celina/Prosper border, just east of the Dallas North Tollway)



Hundreds of families attending free and open to the public market

Model home tours

Live music, games, crafts and local vendors

Tours of neighborhood amenities including the Light Farms beach, Farm Stand restaurant, and more

About Light Farms

Light Farms is a 1,070-acre master-planned community located in Celina, TX and the acclaimed Prosper Independent School District. With miles of trails and over 240 acres of manicured green space, the community features first class amenities such as an onsite café & market, bike-sharing, community supported agriculture program, five resort-style pools, and community park which features an 11-acre recreational lake. For more information, visit


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