Monday Farmers Market

Pictures from Farmers Market. Tomatoes, Orange bell peppers and a local farmer holding several fresh red onions.

Shop high-quality, locally-grown produce, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, fresh cut flowers and bedding plants. What a fresh way to start your week. Look for more variety as the season progresses. Free fun activity sheet for kids at each market.

2020 Season

Every Monday through Oct-5 | 7:30-11:30am | (closed Labor Day, Sept 7)
Library parking lot, 10th and Washburn

What’s Fresh July 13:
Sweet Corn, Pickles (hot and sweet), BBQ Sauce and Rubs, Pecans, Farm Fresh Eggs, Duck Eggs, Baked Goods (Cookies & Bread), Cucumbers, Local Honey, Jelly, Fresh Cut Flowers, Baby Kale, Sweet Onions, Radishes, Beets, Green Beans, Summer Squash, Zucchini and New Potatoes.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

  • Face masks are required for library staff and vendors
  • Entrance and exit will be at the South end of the market
  • Library staff will limit the number of customers entering to maintain social distancing of six feet
  • One customer at a time at each vendor

Why Shop at Monday Farmers Market?

    1. Buy direct from the farmer – Help support the local economy.
    2. Taste real flavors – Fresh, locally produced food tastes so much better.

If you have questions about the market or would like to be a vendor, please contact meetings@tscpl.org. Note: SFMNP vouchers accepted by some of our vendors.

Partners

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Capital City Wellness logo
From the Land of Kansas logo