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A variety of locally grown plants and produce, as well as homemade jams, jellies and baked goods are offered on the north side of the historic Carthage square from dawn to mid afternoon on Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the growing season.
Take home vegetables, meat, baked goods, cheese, eggs, plants, flowers, sweets and other delicious foods from dozens of vendors. All products are grown, raised or produced by the seller. Expert knife sharpening available.
The market has live music most days. Prepared breakfast and lunch items are available most days. Columbia Farmers Market accepts food stamps.
Our outdoor market usually opens in late March (if it’s warm enough) behind the ARC recreation center, and runs thru mid October. Note: The address is shown above is the ARC location.
November thru February, the market moves indoors at the Parkade Center: 601 Business Loop 70 W.
Check our website for details, a vendor list and dates.
Meet the farmer and ask how your food was produced.
Offering, among other choices: produce; fruit; grass-finished beef; pork; lamb; chicken; pies; baked goods; candy; spices and seasonings; jams and jellies; chicken and duck eggs; flowers; organic mixed-grain feed; herbal preparations; handmade jewelry; plants; chickens; rabbits; crafts; funnel cakes; snow cones; nachos; and coffee.
The market is open mid-April through October. Located in the city parking lot on Jefferson Avenue at the railroad tracks.
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