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We are a 'local only' market, with home-grown and handmade items. We have around 35 venders on Saturdays and 20 on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Note: Thursdays are in June only.
Enjoy our grower and producer market every Saturday from April 5 to November 22, 8 a.m.-noon in the Boonslick Library parking lot. We are a self-certifying market of farmers and artisans from the local area. As the season progresses, we can be found in the late afternoons from 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Seasonal produce, organic body products, jewelry, bedding plants, upcycled garden products and ornaments, honey, gourds, seasoning blends, eggs and jams are just a few of the items that can be found at our market.
All our vendors enjoy answering your questions and are always willing to recommend area businesses, tourist spots to visit and places to stay. Ask a local, shop local.
A variety of locally grown plants and produce, as well as homemade jams, jellies and baked goods. Eat fresh.
Located on the north side of the Carthage square.
Chandler Hill Vineyards invites you to the Sunday afternoon farmers market from early May to mid October. Local farmers and artisans offer fresh seasonal produce, unique crafts, and handmade treats. Live music featured from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Fresh from your neighbors since 1987! The Chillicothe Farmers Market at West side Courthouse Square, downtown Chillicothe, is restricted to bonafide growers and craftpersons of personally grown or crafted items from Livingston County and adjoining counties.
Our purpose is to promote locally grown produce and made products through a weekly direct market and to provide area consumers a conveniently located, regular source for local produce and products.
Goods to be found at the Market include locally grown, whole, fresh vegetables and fruits in season or extended season; herbs and spices; plants; flowers; specialty or value added products such as honey, jams, jellies; fresh whole eggs; frozen meats; baked items; and arts and crafts that are grown, processed or produced by the marketer. The Chillicothe Farmers Market is operated as an independent, self- governing, non-profit organization.
Open daily and featuring an eclectic mix of dining, shopping, entertainment and attractions in a unique open-air setting, the City Market offers visitors a variety of fresh produce, meats, specialty groceries, flowers and gift items from nearby farms and around the world. Steeped in more than 150 years of tradition, the City Market offers shoppers the opportunity to purchase heartland goods direct from producers, especially on the weekend during the Midwest's largest Farmers' Market. The City Market has an extensive calendar, hosting concerts, festivals and other special events April through December. The City Market is also home to the Arabia Steamboat Museum, which hosts one of the largest collections of pre-Civil War artifacts in the world.
Rain or shine, the region's largest farmers' market is held every Saturday and Sunday year round at the City Market. In season, as many as 170 farmer stalls burst with locally grown produce, incomparable selection, flavor and value.
The Farm to Table Kitchen adds an educational component to the farmers' market covering topics such as food safety, preparation, and general nutrition as well as cooking demonstrations and sampling.
While at the farmers' market, entertainment will surround you! Strolling musicians, performers, and kids activities are found scattered throughout the square. The City Market event calendar is bursting with activities ranging from the Art of the Machine car series, the Community Yard Sale featuring unique used items and collectibles, cooking classes, festivals, and more. Come stroll, shop, and enjoy!
This farmers' market is open Tuesdays and Saturdays from April through October. Hours on Tuesdays are 2 p.m. until products sell out; hours on Saturdays are 7 a.m. until products sell out. The market has a variety of goods for sale, from apples to zucchini. Crafts also are available. Call or e-mail for more information.
Experience the taste of mid-Missouri! Fresh vegetables and fruit, meat, farm fresh eggs, cheeses, honey, cut flowers, plants, artisan items and more. As a producer-only market, everything sold here is offered by the farmers and artisans who help sustain our region. SNAP accepted at all markets. Live music at the ARC market every Saturday! Rain or Shine!!
Our outdoor market opens in April behind the ARC recreation center, and runs thru October. Note: The address is shown above is the ARC location.
November thru March, the market moves indoors at the Parkade Center: 601 Business Loop 70 W. Closed the Saturday after Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Check our website for details, a vendor list and dates.
Quality farm-fresh fruits and veggies are available at D&D Produce. The produce is hand-picked weekly for this location. Assorted varieties of jams and jellies are for sale. Assorted potted plants available. Check out the Facebook page for information on produce available each week.
The De Soto Farmers Market offers fresh local produce, community artisans, bedding plants, baked goods, and occasional live music and dance troupes. Located on the lot behind St. Andrew's United Methodist Church. From Route 21; east on Boyd St.; south on Tenth St. four blocks. From Route 110; south on Main St.; west on Boyd St.; south on Tenth St.
Open Saturdays, early May through mid-October. We accept Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT). Visit our website or Facebook page for more information and hours.
More than 50 vendors, offering a variety of fresh produce, plants, meats, baked goods, handmade crafts and other items. Located downtown, at the corner of Second Street and Douglas Streets.
Open April through November.
Live music the first and third Saturday of each month.
This market was the 2010 and 2012 Farmers' Market of The Year for the State of Missouri.
Everything sold is raised or made by the seller. We offer produce, crafts, baked items, beef, eggs, honey and bedding plants. The Market is off Route 65 in Fair Grove, near Route 125 and Main Street.
The market accepts EBT and debit cards.
The market opens the third Wednesday in April and runs until the first Wednesday in October.
A Saturday morning tradition providing fresh produce, picked within 24 hours of the market and brought to you by the farmers who grew it. We offer, among other choices: fresh eggs, nuts, honey, pastas, homemade jelly, organic meats; made-to-order omelets; cut flowers and bedding plants; artwork; and soaps. If it's homemade, handmade or fresh and tasty, you can find it at our market.
Enjoy live music, special events, and activities for kids.
Visit with local farmers who bring fresh produce, honey, jams, herbs, baked goods and eggs. Located downtown. Open May-September.
The Holden Farmers Market has a large variety of fruits, vegetables, baked goods and crafts. Held at the Holden City Park.
The Holden Farmers Market is a member of the Missouri Farmers Market Association and the Missouri Department of Agriculture's AgriMissouri Program.
Fresh, locally grown produce and handmade crafts. Open-air market with about 45 vendors. All produce is grown by our farmers, no resellers are allowed.
On Independence Square (corner of Truman and Main Streets).
Vendor-run farmer's market located in the middle of downtown Poplar Bluff Missouri at the Historic Iron Mountain Depot (also the Amtrak Station). The depot is next to the tracks and is currently under renovation. There will be arts, crafts, soaps and other care products, baked goods, jams and jellies, cooked food and of course, produce and plants.
Market season: May 10 - October 25. Days and Hours: Tuesdays and Fridays 2 p.m.-6 p.m., and Saturdays 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Meet the farmer and ask how your food was produced.
Offering, among other choices: produce; fruit; grass-fed beef; pork; chicken; pies; baked goods; candy; jams and jellies; chicken and duck eggs; flowers; herbal preparations; handmade jewelry; plants; chickens; rabbits; crafts; local honey; soaps.
The market is open mid-April through October. Located in the city parking lot on Jefferson Avenue at the railroad tracks.
Our vendors accept debit and SNAP/EBT cards.
Each Saturday, May through October, vendors offer fresh flowers, baked goods, vegetables, fruits, honey, jams and jellies. The market is located on all four sides of Liberty's Courthouse Square.
This market features fresh, locally grown produce, along with baked goods and crafts. Visit our website or Facebook page for details.
Located adjacent to Gifford's Lumber Company. Open Fridays, May-October.
Selling area produce, baked goods, jams, jellies and honey. Open May-October.
Our Farmers Market is a weekly, social event where friends meet after work and families picnic on the levee. The market offers produce, crafts, live music and prepared foods using market produce. The market operates May thru September.
North Village Arts District Farmers and Artisans Market is another source for fresh, local produce and foods, along with works of Missouri artists and artisans. In the historic Wabash Station, downtown.
Sundays only, May thru October.
The Root 66 Market (sic) is a year-round farmers marketplace offering, among other items: produce; artist works; honey; eggs; baked goods; coconut oil; health food items; no-sugar-added jams & butters; specialty Italian groceries; specialty Mexican groceries; local trout; Gus' pretzels; handmade hair bows and tutus.
We are one of the few farmers markets that accepts EBT (food stamps).
The market has regular community events. We are adding a mural kids can stick their heads thru for photos.
Spend a week enjoying Missouri's agritourism resources.
Museums, Art and Food KC Style
Kansas City has world-class museums boasting everything from sculpture to pricess works of art. And the food here is pretty incredible, too.
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