Things are heating up at the Farmers’ Market

The warm and sunny weather makes it a perfect week to stop by the Allen County Farmers' Markets.


June 22, 2021 - 10:08 AM

The weather forecast is perfect for this week’s market — warm and sunny.

Today’s market, from 1-4 p.m. at 700 N. State Street, Iola, will offer hand-crafted items, fresh baked goods including cookies, pies, sweet breads, fresh produce such as, broccoli, cabbage, green onions, new potatoes, yellow squash, zucchini, and pasture raised eggs.

Thursday on the Iola square, from 5:30-7 p.m., vendors will have the following: fresh baked goods including bread, candy, muffins, pies, and sweet bread; along with beef, chicken, pork, eggs, jams, and jellies, as wells as natural personal products. Fresh produce includes beets, cabbage, cucumbers, green beans, green onions, herbs, honey, micro greens, pecans spinach, sugar snapped peas, tomatoes and hand-crafted items including wood bowls.

Southwind Extension office and Allen County Farm Bureau will be at Thursday’s market.

Saturday, from 8-11 a.m. on the square in Humboldt, offers hand-crafted items, fresh baked goods including muffins, pies, cabbage, green beans, green onions and lettuce, microgreens, radishes, sugar snapped peas and pasture raised eggs. 

As always, the market accepts EBT, Debit cards and participate in the Double Up Food Bucks Program.

Funding for this project was provided, in whole or in part,  by the Health Forward Foundation.

Consider becoming a Friend of Allen County Farmer’s Market by making a charitable donation to the market via Your Community Foundation.