Market News

2019 Market season – 31st year

The Spring Membership Meeting will be held on March 26 at 530 pm at 102 Euclid Ave in the Mountain Springs Church. Returning vendors and potential new vendors are both welcome! Come for the information, discounted membership, AND a chance to win some Market merchandise!

1993 Photo Courtesy of Diane Green, Greentree Naturals

It’s never too early to start prepping for Kids’ Day! On August 17th, entrepreneurial-minded youngsters are invited to sell their homemade wares at the fountain during regular Market hours. It’s a great opportunity to get kids crafting and get experience being a Market Vendor for the day!

The no-sweat application for Kids’ Day will be posted on our website at the end of April, and everyone wanting to sell at Kids’ Day must submit one. Til then, get those crafty chitlins thinking about creative wares they might like to make and sell!

Are you a musician or performer interested in performing at the Market?

We are always seeking out artists in the community that offer a lively, danceable, family friendly performance.

If you are interested in becoming a performer please fill out this short application
and wait for a response!


Does your non-profit or local organization have a great idea for an activity involving kids or community education that would work well during a Wednesday Market (3-5:30pm)? We’d love to talk to you about it! Shoot us an email at [email protected]

horizontalruleOur organization is managed by our members. We are a grassroots not-for-profit association. Farmers’ Market is located downtown in Farmin Park, Oak St
and around the fountain at Jeff Jones Downtown Square.

Treat yourself and family to locally grown fresh produce, baked goods and handcrafted arts and crafts. We have a few farmers who are certified organic and have signs noting this at their stand.

Find us Wednesdays and Saturdays, knowing there are never two markets the same. Enjoy the always changing variety of fresh, locally grown produce,
garden starts, and annual and perennial plants.

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