The Best of Home Grown, Home Baked and Hand Crafted by Local Farmers, Gardeners and Artisans.



Tuesday, December 13, 2016


Happy Holiday wishes to all of our community supporters, shoppers, volunteers, vendors, and local-food lovers!  


Here are a few highlights from 2016:

* Creation of the VEGGIE POWER CLUB  sponsored by the generosity of the Emporia Lions Club/Cleve Cook Fund.  This club is just for kids and has included monthly activities all about fruits, veggies and healthy eating.

*Three record markets in October--a first for EFM!  

*A record-breaking Soup-a-Palooza event in November.

*Homegrown Celebration with ESB Financial in July.  Lots of fun with our watermelon games, chef's recipe contest and ArtMobile activities!

*New funding for our matching EBT/SNAP transactions through Double Up Food Bucks and the Emporia Community Foundation.  

*A new location for our sixth season of indoor markets--Waters True Value!  Ongoing the 1st and 3rd Saturdays through April.  Thanks to the Emil Babinger Charitable Trust for their indoor market support!

*Over 55 vendors registered throughout the year

*Participation in a variety of community events including Emporia Main Street Mix and Match, Flint Hills Health Fest, Welcome Back Block Party, and more!

*Financial support provided for five area community-garden projects through Local Food Network funding

*Fed over 200 hungry DK riders, support crew & community members at our annual DK Pre-Race Palooza Dinner.

*And More!

We're looking forward to even more fun and success in 2017!  

Stay connected with us: join our e-news list, follow us on Facebook or email emporiafm@gmail.com to learn about upcoming events and market news!

Shop with us: Winter market is ongoing the 1st & 3rd Saturdays, 10am-12pm, at Waters True Value.

Thanks for your support!


Friday, November 18, 2016

Winter Markets

Shop with us the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, now through April!  Market runs 10am-noon at the new Waters True Value store, 2727 W HWY 50.



Upcoming Markets & Events:

Saturday, November 19 | Thrill's Kettle Corn & Surly Mermaid Food Truck

Saturday, December 3 | Veggie Power Club sponsored by Cleve Cook Fund/Lions Club

Thursday, December 9 | MIDNIGHT MADNESS | 727 Commercial - 8pm to Midnight | Surly Mermaid Food Truck

Saturday, December 17 | Last market of 2016!


Thursday, September 29, 2016

Last Month of Outdoor Markets

Fall is here which marks the last month of outdoor markets.  Take advantage of the cooler weather; it's perfect for market shopping!  Find us at the 7th & Merchant parking lot on Wednesdays, 5-6:30pm, and Saturdays, 8-10am, through October 29. We still have a great selection of locally grown, farm-fresh produce including tomatoes, squash, apples, onions, eggplant, peppers and potatoes.



2016 Winter Market season will kick-off Saturday, November 5.  Thanks to our new sponsor, Waters True Value, for hosting us inside their store at 2727 W Hwy 50.  Winter markets run the first and third Saturdays of the month, November-April, from 10:00am-12:00pm.  Expect to find a great variety of greens, apples, honey, cider, squash, cabbage, radishes, and an abundance of freshly baked pies, cinnamon rolls, breads, cookies, as well as handmade items, arts and crafts.





 

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Market News | Saturday, September 17

We are so excited about all the great things happening in Emporia this weekend!  It's the Dynamic Discs Trilogy Oppna tournament, Emporia Main Street Downtown Shop Hop, ESU Presidential Inauguration, and of course, your weekly Saturday Farmers Market!

You don't want to miss this Saturday's market, located at 7th & Merchant.  We will be serenaded to the sweet tunes of Lee Mueller and will also host the last Murphy's Menu contest of 2016--it's a Homemade Bread Bake-Off!  Not to mention the abundance of tomatoes, peppers, squash, okra, onions, potatoes, cinnamon rolls, pies, breads and other great items from our vendors.

The excitement doesn't stop there; the FHTC Fusion Food Truck will make their debut appearance at the market.  They'll be serving up all things sweet and spicy during their "Cajun Brunch" from 8:00 am-2:00 pm.  Just check out the menu!  


FHTC Fusion Food Truck
Farmers Market/ Disc Golf Oopna
September 17th, 2016 | 7th & Merchant Parking Lot | 8:00 am-2:00 pm

“Cajun Brunch”

$4 Made to Order Omelets:
3 egg omelet loaded with your choice of toppings – Made to order!

$3 French Quarter Sweet Crepes:
Sweet – Caramelized apples, figs, walnuts and mascarpone cheese. Topped with crème anglaise sauce.

$3 Bananas foster crepes
Folded crepes, topped with druken bananas, pan caramel sauce, flambéed in dark rum & banana liquor.

$3 Green Chili Bisque:
Cream green chilies, tomatoes, braised pork, crawfish, shrimp, andouille sausage & okra. Served over red beans and rice.

$5 Bobby Boucher Breakfast Pie:
Layered potatoes, sausage, fresh herbs, cheese and eggs baked in a flaky crust. Topped with Tasso cream.

$6.50 Sweet Potato “Poutine” – Jambon Style
Crisp Sweet potato fries, fresh herbs, cheese curds and topped with Jambon cream sauce.

$6 Southern Delight Salad:
Organic spring mix, sweet pickled cucumbers, roasted sweet potatoes, candied pecans, blueberries & fresh dill weed. Topped with a citrus vinaigrette.
Add grilled blackened chicken for $2

$7.50 Panini Pressed Muffa-Mini (but still a lot a):
Spicy ham, provolone cheese, salami, topped with cauliflower, tomato & olive tapenade, served on a brioche roll. Served with sweet potato fries or fresh made dill chips.

$5.50 Red Beans N’ Rice: (Vegan, GF)
Classic red beans and rice, topped with wilted kale & vegetable maque choux.
Add grilled blackened chicken n’ Tasso cream $2.50  

$5.50 Cauliflower Rice with Maque choux  (Vegan, GF)
Creamy Cauliflower rice, cooked in coconut milk, topped with wilted kale & vegetable maque choux.
Served with sweet potato fries or fresh made dill chips.
Add blackened chicken $2
Add grilled Shrimp $3

$8 Ragin’ Cajun:
Shaved strip steak, caramelized onions, apples & brie. Served on a French baguette, topped with Cajun remoulade. Served with sweet potato fries or fresh made dill chips.

$7.50 Shrimp Rich Boy:
Breaded shrimp, tomatoes, pickled “Cajun Kim Chi”; Served on a French baguette, topped with Cajun remoulade sauce.

$3 Homemade Ice Cream Sandwiches
House made chocolate chip cookies filled with vanilla ice cream.

BEVERAGES:
$1        Water                  $2        Juice, IBC Sodas                           $3   Iced coffee

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Fresh. Local. Delicious.

Sun ripened tomatoes picked at their peak of freshness, crisp, sweet apples grown just outside of town, and fresh-from-the-oven cinnamon rolls are just a few of the items you can find at the Emporia Farmers Market.  Besides our great selection, our prices, on average, are lower than grocery store prices with three times as much of sales returned to the local economy than chain competitors.  Shop local, eat local.

Find us in the parking lot of 7th & Merchant through the end of October.  Stay tuned for updates on our 2016 Winter Market location.







Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Cleve Cook Veggie Power Club

Kids of all ages are encouraged to join us this Saturday, August 27 for our next round of the Cleve Cook Veggie Power Club!  We'll be talking all about peppers, and how they can taste really good in a variety of different recipes!  Meet us at the kiosk at 8:30 am, this Saturday, August 27!


Saturday, July 9, 2016

Vendor: Kauffman's Goodies

Year Began Selling with EFM: 2016

Products Offered: Delicious baked goods from the kitchen of Daryl and Cheryl Kauffman

EFM Directory of Vendors

Vendor: The Surly Mermaid

Selling with EFM since: 2016

Product: Ready to Eat Foods!

Watch the market calendar for dates The Surly Mermaid will be at market.



The Surly Mermaid's menu changes weekly, but will always be comforting, eclectic and fresh! Check out this week's menu on our website: www.surlyfoodtruck.com.

The Surly Mermaid is a converted 1956 Airstream trailer. Our chefs have been nationally recognized and strive to bring you inventive fare. We focus on using humanely sourced meats and seasonal produce. We use only biodegradable serviceware and feed our food scraps to our unruly herd of goats and pigs.



Surly Mermaid Debut at Emporia Farmers Market, Gazette link.

EFM Directory of Vendors

Vendor: The Gravy Wagon

Began Selling with EFM: 2016

Biscuits&Gravy on Wheels! Visit us at the Farmers Market or book your event today.GET FED UP WITH US!

Visit The Gravy Wagon on Facebook



EFM Directory of Vendors

Vendor: Permian Farms

Began Selling with EFM: 2016

Attends most saturday markets.

Products Offered: Garden vegetables, herbs, and eggs.

Mark Remmert & Sarah Harbaugh of Permian Farms
EFM Directory of Vendors

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Cleve Cook Veggie Power Club

Kids Invited to Join the Cleve Cook Veggie Power Club at the Emporia Farmers Market

On Saturday, June 18, kids ages 4 to 13 are invited to the Emporia Farmers Market to join the Cleve Cook Veggie Power Club. The market starts at 8:00am and the activity for children will begin at 8:30am. Kids will have the opportunity to earn Cleve Cook Market Bucks when the participate in the two-bite club, taking two bites of produce fresh from market. There will be a scavenger hunt and kids will get to plant and take home their own honeydew melon.

The Cleve Cook Veggie Power Club is a farmers market-based youth program that seeks to teach children about fruits and vegetables, local food systems and healthy food preparation through fun activities. Participants will engage in the full farmers market experience, trying new foods, having conversations with farmers, and buying local produce. Monthly, a fun activity ranging from cooking demonstrations to farmers market scavenger hunts will provide nutrition, food, agriculture, and exercise education. Veggie Power kids are encouraged to try new foods and overcome picky eating to choose healthy food options. Club members are rewarded for taking two bites of the featured fruit or vegetable and will receive Cleve Cook Market Bucks to spend on the foods of their choice at the market.

Activities at the market will be led by Mandy Kern, market vendor and board member, and youth members of the Southern Lyon County FFA, a part of the National FFA Organization whose mission is “making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.” The Southern Lyon County FFA chapter will take the responsibility of planning club events and engaging with youth at the market.

Funds for the project come from the Emporia Lions Club and the Cleve Cook Fund. Cleve Cook was a life-long resident of the Emporia area and his entire career was dedicated to agricultural industry in Kansas. After retirement, Cleve grew a large summer garden and was a regular attendee of the Emporia Farmers Market. Cleve was 8 days short of his 101st birthday when he passed away in 2013.

More information about dates and activities of the Cleve Cook Veggie Power Club can be found at the market website, www.emporiafarmersmarket.org.


###

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Vendor: Steven Mollett

Selling with EFM since 2013

Detailed Product Listing: Vegetables, vegetable, vegetables! The Mollett Garden is full of your standard garden fair. High quality produce from tomatoes to potatoes, green beans to onions.

EFM Directory of Vendors

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Senior Citizens Encouraged to Apply to Receive Checks to Buy Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs and Honey at Farmers Markets in Lyon County


Emporia, Kansas--Low-income Kansas seniors may be eligible for a program that provides checks to purchase an array of healthy foods at farmers markets throughout the state.

The Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (KSFMNP) is providing low-income seniors who meet age and income requirements with $30 in checks to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and honey from authorized farmers at local participating farmers markets June 1 through Nov. 1. Checks are available in $5 increments.

To be eligible to receive KSFMNP checks, the following criteria must be met:

1. Age: A senior must be 60 years old or older on the day the money is issued.

2. Income level: A senior’s annual gross household income (before taxes are withheld) must be at or below 185% of the federal poverty level. For example, a household of one must have an annual gross income at or below $21,978 or a monthly gross income at or below $1,832.

Applications for the Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program will be available starting on June 8th at 5:00 pm at the ECKAN table at the Emporia Farmers Market, in the parking lot at 7th and Merchant Street. Seniors may apply on-site Wednesdays thereafter at 5:00 pm at the ECKAN table at the Emporia Farmers Market until all of the checks are gone.

Funds are limited and benefits will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information about the Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, call Lyon County ECKAN at (620) 342-4607.

Eligible foods to purchase with the KSFMNP checks from authorized farmers at participating farmers markets are defined as “fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, locally produced honey and herbs for human consumption that are produced in Kansas under normal growing conditions.”

The Senior Farmers’ Market Program is a project of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS). The program is coordinated by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), which is collaborating with local partners to identify and distribute checks to eligible seniors.

The program is currently available in the following counties: Allen, Anderson, Atchison,
Barton, Bourbon, Brown, Butler, Clay, Cloud, Cowley, Cherokee, Crawford, Dickinson, Douglas, Finney, Franklin, Geary, Greenwood, Harvey, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson,
Labette, Leavenworth, Lyon, Marion, Marshall, McPherson, Miami, Mitchell, Montgomery,
Neosho, Osage, Pottawatomie, Reno, Republic, Rice, Riley, Saline, Sedgwick, Shawnee,
Washington and Wyandotte.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

###

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Vendor: Handy Helsels

Year Began Selling with EFM: 2016

Detailed Product Listing: Pasture-raised chicken and duck eggs, no antibiotics or hormones

Cookies, pies & cakes, hand crafted furniture from reclaimed lumber, cards and paper crafts, florals, aprons, blankets and other handmade sewing items.

Chickens and ducks are primarily free range. Many baked goods use whole grain flours and all use our farm fresh eggs. Items from our garden have only natural pesticides like essential oils and vinegar and no herbicides.

Greg & Monica Helsel




EFM Directory of Vendors

Friday, April 29, 2016

Vendor: Kimra Bowman

Year Began Selling with EFM: 2015

Attends Most Wednesday, Saturday, and Indoor Winter Markets

Detailed Product Description: Baked Goods, Fruit Pies, Cookies, Homemade Pasta, Granola




Vendor: Hannon House Creations

Year Began Selling with EFM: 2015

Typically attends Wednesday, Saturday and Indoor Winter Markets

Detailed Product Listing: Vegetables In-Season, Baked Breads, Cookies, Candy, Caramel Popcorn





EFM Directory of Vendors

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Saturday, April 30, Market Musician, Matthew Hope

The Emporia Farmers Market is pleased to announce that there will be a special musical guest—Matthew Hope--at the opening market on Saturday. Shoppers are invited to bring a lawn chair to market and enjoy the music!

From Matthew’s website: “Born and raised in the outskirts of Chicago, Matthew absorbed many different musical traditions at a very young age. Music was central to his existence in a world full of sound but without sight. His exceptional sensitivity to the sonic world has given him a unique perception of the nuances of everyday experiences, which show up in his music as familiar vividness. His music is the fusion of alternative sounds with the familiarity of nostalgic folk traditions. His breathy vocals and intricate acoustic guitar work recall a more hopeful Nick Drake or Elliott Smith. 

“With one foot in the dark brooding sounds of the Minneapolis underground and the other obsessed with writing idealistically about life and love, Matthew has created a nostalgic sound that is not easily forgotten. Time and time again fans say that his voice draws them in. As he shifts from dark to light, from bitter to jubilant, from weary to enthusiastic, he seems to effortlessly keep his fans in anticipatory, bittersweet enchantment.” More about Matthew can be found at http://www.matthewhope.com/

Matthew Hope

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Vendor: MG Crafts

Year Began with EFM: 2016

Detailed Product Listing: Painted jars & vases, lathe decorated crates, girls' sunhats.

Mindy Grossenbacher, 2016 EFM Vendor



Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Expected Product List for April 30 Opening Market

current 4/25/2016 (watch for updates)

·
The Country Flower Shed with the usual veggies, plus lots of veggie plants and flowers to help get your garden started right. Bedding plants include several varieties of tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, 3 variety of eggplant, hanging baskets, 4" square flower plants (several varieties), 6" pots of basil, parsley and chives. Farm fresh eggs and jelly!

The Emporia Gardeners of America will have a selection of houseplants, bedding plants and some produce for sale.

Potted plants include: philodendron, spider plant, jade plant, Puerto Rican oregano, watercress, shasta daisy, and wandering jew. Mums, Coleus, hen & chicks, Kalenchoe,  Un-potted transplants include: comfrey, surprise lily, tansy, lamb's ear, elderberry, maiden grass, and daylily.

Our Seven Acres will have greens (lettuce, spinach, kale, carrots, herbs) and a variety of bedding plants and veggie starts for gardeners; tomato plants, pepper plants, broccoli plants, cucumber plants and her combos. Hanging Salad (and other) baskets by Our Seven Acres will also be for sale.

Interdependent Web will feature crafts and ready-to-eat food products.

Mators and Tators will have dog treats and several varieties of tomato plants and pepper plants, both hot and sweet.

Charles Stodter will be at opening market with fresh baked cinnamon rolls, sandwich buns and croissants.

The Brassart/Wise stand is expected to have bok choi, salad mix, green onions, radishes, spinach, maybe rhubarb and asparagus, and a few flowers. Also herb vinegars and jelly. 

Jani Carter will have Breads and Cookies.

Walter Williams--Costa Cafe-- will be there with coffee.

John Way should have plenty of farm fresh eggs!

Jeanette Hurshman will have pie, jam, dwarf iris, iris, daffodils, swedish ivy house plants, anise, and hostas.

Linda Simmons & Katherine Holtmeyer will have cashew butter, almond butter, sun butter, Rye, Marbled Rye, Cinnamon Bread, Cinnamon Raisin Bread, Pies, Cinnamon Rolls, Sourdough Breads, Cookies, Baklava, Banana Breads, Bagels, Monkey Bread, some gluten free and sugar free items.

The Karr Orchard will have Arkansas Black Apples, Smoking Wood, Asparagus, Rhubarb and (hopefully) honey!

Kimra Bowman will have breads, pies, cookies, cinnamon rolls, egg noodles and granola.

Sweethaven Fields will have asparagus, mixed greens, rhubarb, cilantro, green onions, parsley and pie bites!

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Annual meeting highlights successful 2015, looks ahead to 2016

Monday, March 21, 2016 8:15 am 

By Melissa Lowery Special to the Gazette 

Tracy Simmons, Market Manager, with
Harold and Naomi Brenzikofer.
The annual meeting of the Emporia Farmers Market took place on Saturday at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 828 Commercial St. Among the items on the agenda were the market calendar for 2016, a review of 2015 and board member elections.

Following the winter market that morning, current and prospective vendors, farmhands and friends of the market gathered for lunch before settling down to business. Board President Ruthann Resch welcomed the group and recognized market manager Tracy Simmons for her work on behalf of the Farmers Market over the past year.

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Emporia Farmers Market Annual Meeting Scheduled for Saturday, March 19



The Annual Meeting of the Emporia Farmers Market will take place after market on Saturday, March 19. Start time will be approximately 12:15pm at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 828 Commercial. Lunch will be provided for 2016 registered vendors, active farmhands and Friends of the market. Guests and interested parties are welcome to attend at the cost of $5 per person. Those who wish to attend the annual meeting need to RSVP to market manager, Tracy Simmons, by Tuesday, March 15, 5pm. Email emporiaFM@gmail.com or call 620-343-6555.

EFM board member elections take place at the annual meeting. The Emporia Farmers Market, a project of The Learning Connection of the Flint Hills, is guided by a volunteer board of directors. This board is responsible for the overall policy and direction of the market, and delegates responsibility for day-to-day operations to the market manager and committees. Commitment for a 2-year board position includes monthly meetings (approximately 1 to 1.5 hours) and occasional help with fundraisers, kiosk management during markets, market educational activities and social events. Interested parties should contact a current market board member or the market manager.

Indoor Winter Markets will take place in March and April on first and third Saturdays from 10:00am till Noon at 701 Commercial in downtown Emporia.


###

Farmers Market 101 Class Scheduled for Tuesday, March 29



If you’ve ever considered selling produce, baked goods, or homemade crafts at a farmers market, this is the class for you. Farmers Market 101, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Farmers Market Vending will take place Tuesday, March 29, 6-8pm at the Flint Hills Technical College, 3301 W. 18th Ave. Register in advance at https://flinthills.augusoft.net/or by calling 620-343-4600 ext. 1300 or ext. 1392.

Emporia Farmers Market manager, Tracy Simmons, will cover the ins and outs of selling at the market, state and local regulations, creating a niche, and tips and strategies for successful vending. If you already know your product, or you’ve just had an idea that selling at the market is something you might like to do, sign up for this presentation. 


The class is sponsored, in part, by the Emil Babinger Charitable Fund. Cost for attendees is $5. Attendees who register as vendors in the Emporia Farmers Market in 2016 can take the cost of the class registration fee off their registration fee.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Triple Your Green in Food Stamp Dollars at the Indoor Winter Market in March

Did you know that the Emporia Farmers Market accepts food stamps? Did you know that, not only can you shop at the Emporia Farmers Market with food stamps, you can double your grocery dollar? The market has plans to continue the 2-for-1 program for low-income shoppers in 2016, and to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and the coming summer season, the next two markets—Saturday, March 5 and Saturday, March 19—will feature 3-for-1 shopping.

The Emporia Farmers Market not only accepts food stamps, we double your shopping dollar! Please see the market manager or a volunteer during market's open hours for information on how to shop with food stamps at the farmers market.


Shoppers will be asked to swipe their benefits card for tokens that can be spent on eligible food items with any market vendor. For every food stamp dollar debited the shopper will receive three dollars in the form of market tokens and market bucks. Shoppers with food assistance benefits should see the market manager when they arrive for more details about the program.

Since 2009, the market has distributed $10,801 to low income shoppers via matching programs. With funds from the Emil Babinger Charitable Trust and the Emporia Community Foundation, the market expects to continue to the matching program throughout 2016. As well, via Babinger in 2015, the market provided $1,275 in additional assistance to low-income seniors. Programs encouraging area families with children to shop at the market are also fully funded and in place for 2016.

If you would like market manager, Tracy Simmons, to speak to your business or community support organization about the benefits of shopping at the Emporia Farmers Market, she is currently scheduling for the months of March and April. Topics include supporting low-income shoppers, including seniors, at the market through dollar-for-dollar matching programs to help put healthier foods on the table, and encouraging youth (families with young children) to make the market a part of their weekly shopping habits. The market is looking for partners in the community to help get the word about these programs to the people who will benefit.

The next Indoor Winter Market takes place on Saturday, March 5, and is open from 10am till noon at 701 Commercial in downtown Emporia. The market will hold its final Indoor Winter Markets of the season on March 19, April 2, and April 16. Saturday markets return to the parking lot at 7th and Merchant in May.

More information about the market can be found at www.emporiafarmersmarket.org.


###

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Vendor: Emporia Gardeners of America

Year Started with EFM: 2016

Product: Surplus items from Emporia Gardeners of America Club Members.

About Emporia Gardeners of America: The club promotes and exchanges gardening information among its members and promotes horticultural beauty in the community.

Learn more about Emporia Gardeners meetings and events on their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EmporiaGardenersOfAmerica/


EFM Directory of Vendors

Vendor: Jani Carter

Joined EFM: December 2015

Products: Hand crafted fiber items and baked goods.

EFM Directory of Vendors

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Emporia Farmers Indoor Winter Market Continues Matching Programs

The next Indoor Winter Market will take place on Saturday, February 6, open from 10:00am to noon, at 701 Commercial in downtown Emporia.



The Emporia Farmers Market offers matching market bucks to Vision cardholders on eligible food items at the market. EBT users should see a market volunteer at the entrance of the market to find out how to shop at the market and double their grocery dollar.

Produce expected at February markets includes spinach, kale, romaine lettuce, radishes, and apples. Product at the market will include an assortment of baked goods, apple cider, local honey, fresh farm eggs, jams & jellies, unique crafts and original artwork.

Indoor markets will take place on the first and third Saturdays of each month through April. For more information about shopping at the Emporia Farmers Market or about becoming a market vendor, please contact market manager, Tracy Simmons, at 620-343-6555 or email emporiaFM@gmail.com.


####

What's at Market this time of year? Photos from the last market...








 













Monday, January 11, 2016

Emporia Farmers Indoor Winter Market Open Saturday, January 16

The next Indoor Winter Market will take place on Saturday, January 16, open from 10:00am to noon, at 701 Commercial in downtown Emporia. Shoppers should note that there will be two weekends at the end of January, the 24th and 31st, with no market.

Expected greens at the market include spinach, kale and romaine lettuce. Product at the market will include an assortment of baked goods, apples, local honey, fresh farm eggs, jams & jellies, unique crafts and original artwork.


Indoor markets will take place on the first and third Saturdays of each month, January through April. For more information about shopping at the Emporia Farmers Market or about becoming a market vendor, please contact market manager, Tracy Simmons, at 620-343-6555 or email emporiaFM@gmail.com.