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Old Town Farmers' Market

  • Farm and Art Plaza 835 E 1st Wichita, KS 67202 USA (map)

Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October.
For more information on:
- Activities
- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks
- Market Tokens
- Vendors
- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking
Visit: OldTownFarmersMarket.com

Support Market Operations by purchasing a T-Shirt for only $15 or a Farm-to-Table brunch at In Season Bistro. For you gardeners, source the highest quality in safe and easy to use Organic garden Fertilizers and Pest Control products brought to you by FarmShop LLC and found at the Market’s Information Booth.

-Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags or purchase upcycled reusable mesh produce bags at the Information Booth for only $1.00 ea.

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors, Orie's Farm Fresh, Serenity Farm CSA, One Feather Farm or Muddy Boots Farm by bringing in your used egg cartons.

Angry Pepper Salsa, Sarah Jane's Salsa, Good for a Change Bakery, Belle & Buddy's Kitchen and Holmes-Made Salsa all welcome jar returns from their customers and a few offer discounts!

-Recycle your wine bottles with Lisa at tlc designs.

-Buttons, snaps and children’s shoe re-purposing can be found at Kathy's Quilts and Crafts.Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October.
For more information on:
- Activities
- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks
- Market Tokens
- Vendors
- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking
Visit: OldTownFarmersMarket.com
 

Earlier Event: October 6
Old Town Farmers' Market
Later Event: October 20
Old Town Farmers' Market