4 fun events happening in Auburn and Opelika this March you don’t want to miss

Food Truck Friday
Food Truck Friday is a popular Opelika event. (Auburn Opelika Tourism)

With each new month comes new activities and events to enjoy. Keep reading to learn about four fun events in the Auburn and Opelika area this March.

1. O Grows Farmer’s Market

If you are searching for fresh produce or a good time, you want to attend the O Grows Farmers Market hosted by the O Grows Community Garden.

The market will feature local farmers, artisans, bakers and more. Market visitors can also tour the community garden, greenhouse, participate in educational outdoor science and art activities and help feed the resident goats.

The O Grows Farmer’s Market is the perfect opportunity to support local businesses and participate in fun for all-ages.

2. Food Truck Friday

(Auburn Opelika Tourism)
Food Truck Friday in Opelika has excellent eats. (Auburn Opelika Tourism)

If you love trying new eats, then you’ll love Food Truck Friday in Downtown Opelika.

Food Truck Friday is an award-winning event hosted by the Opelika Chamber. The event features food trucks, various vendors and many visitors who eat, drink and enjoy the community.

This exciting event is the perfect way to fill your belly and explore what beautiful Downtown Opelika offers.

3. Bark in the Park

Kiesel Park in Auburn is the local hotspot for humans and furry friends to relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Auburn Parks and Recreation and the Lee County Humane Society will host Bark in the Park at Kiesel Park, an Event Celebrating Responsible Dog Ownership.

There will be vendors at the event such as local businesses, veterinarians, non-profit organizations and rescues offering products and services for dog owners.

4. Auburn Azalea Festival

The Donald E. Davis Arboretum is hosting the 8th annual Azalea Festival in Auburn. The Arboretum is a native plant museum and the Southeastern Conference’s oldest garden.

This event is open to the public and will be filled with fun activities for all ages, live music, art from local artists, food trucks, the arboretum’s spring native plant sale and more.

You don’t want to miss the beauty of the arboretum’s nationally recognized native azalea collection during peak bloom.

What Auburn event are you looking forward to? Tag us @thebamabuzz + let us know!

Audrey Kent
Audrey Kent
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