Wichita and surrounding communities abound with farmer’s markets offering locally grown fresh food, plants, honey, handmade items, and more. Some markets offer activities and live entertainment; all offer a great opportunity to meet your neighbors, learn more about local produce, and share in the fun of discovering things produced right here in our own state by talented Kansans.
OLD TOWN FARMERS’ MARKET (Downtown)
Saturdays, 7 a.m. – Noon April 1 through October
Farm & Art Market Square in Old Town, 1st and Mosley
On a brick courtyard in the heart of Old Town, right next to the Museum of World Treasures, Old Town Farmers Market includes live entertainment, cooking demonstrations, a kid’s corner, and more.
More info: www.oldtownfarmersmarket.com
KANSAS GROWN FARMERS’ MARKET (Three Locations)
Kansas Grown is currently the largest grower owned farmers’ market in the state of Kansas! We are celebrating our 27th year in 2017 with some traditional and new events planned throughout the season. We have three locations in Sedgwick county with over 100 local vendors supplying our markets with delicious produce, meats, eggs, honey, breads, jams, jellies, salsas and unique artisan crafts. Get out to the market!
Wichita (West) Saturdays, 7 a.m. to Noon April 1 through October 28
Sedgwick County Extension Center, 7001 W 21st Street North
The west location of Kansas Grown Farmers Market is situated in the parking lot of the Sedgwick County Extension Center and has all the home- and locally-grown produce you would hope to find, along with handmade items, local honey, plants, and lots more.
Saturdays, 7 a.m. – Noon May 6, 2017 through Sept 30
Madison Avenue Central Park, Derby 512 E Madison Ave, Derby, KS 67037
Green Acres Market Wichita (East) Tuesday evenings, 3-6:30pm April 11 thru September 26 Green Acres Market, 8141 E 21st Street North. More info: www.kansasgrownfarmersmarket.com
LINCOLN HEIGHTS VILLAGE FARMER’S MARKET
Wednesdays from 7-11 a.m. and 3-7 p.m. May through October
This is a small seasonal open air neighborhood market with vendors selling locally grown produce, Jams, Jellies, BBQ sauces, honey and more. In the parking lot of Lincoln Heights Village shopping center, southwest corner of Douglas and Oliver in College Hill, 4715 E. Douglas Ave