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Visit the Cape Riverfront Market every Saturday (May-Oct.) 8 a.m.-noon in downtown Cape Girardeau - 35 S. Spanish St (across from The Bel Air Grill & Grass Roots BMW).
Fresh fruits and vegetables, specialty farm goods, baked items and artisan crafts. Everything is locally grown, produced or prepared by the vendors.
Unique demonstrations and live music each week. Shady sitting area for the community to hang out, chat and eat good food. SNAP/EBT (formerly food stamps) accessibility.
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!
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.
Check our website for details, a vendor list and dates.
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.
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.
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.
Enjoy a great selection of garden-fresh fruits and vegetables, plus breads, jams and jellies, organic foods, crafts and other items. Local and visiting musicians are welcome. The market is held each Saturday morning, June until frost, in American Legion Park, 115 E. Front Street.
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