2014 Market Season
We are planning our 2014 Market Season and hope to see you at the market! Join us Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm May 3 – October 11.
Hours Change for 2014
New for 2014 we have changed our hours to 9 am to 1 pm.
For 2014 we will open the Market on May 3 and continue through October 11. We will be closed September 20 during Apple Butter weekend to allow our vendors to attend the festival.
New this year to celebrate the entrepreneurship in our local youth, we will allow 1 lemonade stand per week at the Farmers’ Market. We are still working on details but if you would like to reserve a Saturday to sell at the market, please contact Amy or Andrea
This is for the sale of lemonade drinks only (no food items). Lemonade can be homemade or a mix. Youth are responsible for their own booth including tables, chair, and signage just like all our market vendors, so they can truly experience creating a farm stand. Canopies are optional, but if a canopy is used please secure the legs with weights for safety.
2014 Vendor Fees
FARMERS, GARDENERS, BAKERS, AND CRAFTERS: Join us for the 2014 market season with your farm based products, garden plants, hand made crafts, and delicious foods. It is our desire to increase interest in local foods and artisans, but we need you to be a part of the market and show all the great items available. 10×10 booth spaces are available for $150.00 Full 23 wk season, $120 Seasonal 12 wk season, or $15 daily vending. Contracts, payments along with any required permits or proof of insurance must be submitted prior to vending.
Workshops & Guest Speakers for 2014
We are lining up some great workshops and guest speakers. If you would like to share at the market please contact Amy at 812.821.0373. Visit our Dates to Note Page for workshop currently scheduled.
Market T-Shirts are Available
The market t-shirt is available to the public. You can wear your support of the market. We have stone blue, antique green, and honey yellow shirts available for just $8.00. Purchasing a shirt will both promote the market and help with expenses to keep the market running. Buy your shirt at the market!
2013 Local Goodness
Have you been to the market? Here are some of the wonderful items we’ve had available at the market.
Meet our Vendor for our 2013 vendors thus far. Join us at the market and being a part of bringing farmers, artisans, and the community together as a gathering place that fosters the connection between our food, our culture, our land and our environment.