It’s that time again!
Check out that shiny new menu link up there! The 2015 Kokomo Downtown Farmers’ Market season is just around the corner and our online application is ready. If you are interested in joining our vendor family, please apply right away! Submitting an application is mandatory for participation, and this season there are new perks for getting your application in early! Please note we have separate applications available for nonprofit groups and performers.
About the Market
The Downtown Kokomo Farmers’ Market is a total sensory experience: you can smell fresh baked breads and cookies, see the vibrant colors of harvest, taste the difference fresh produce makes, hear the sounds of local musicians, and feel the craftsmanship our makers put into their work.
Do you know our market is a producers’ market? That means our vendors sell only products they have grown or made themselves. It’s true! This means you can talk to the farmers and bakers you are buying from and ask questions about your food straight from the source! Feel free to ask questions like…
- Do you grow organically?
- What kind of fertilizer do you use?
- How can I cook this at home?
- Are your products gluten free?
The same goes with our amazing makers! They sell only what they have made themselves and you can often find them practicing and demonstrating their art at the market. Interested in learning about woodworking, throwing pottery or making soap? Ask one of our makers! They’ll be happy to share a little bit about their craft with you.
Every Saturday is different and new with a dynamic line up of vendors, incredible entertainment, and valuable educational workshops and activities for kids and adults. Check our calendar of events often for more details about each week’s activities.
The market is open rain or shine. We will accept credit cards, but if you prefer cash, please remember ones. Don’t forget your reusable bags to carry purchases. The Market will be accepting WIC and SNAP vouchers this season.
The Kokomo Downtown Farmers’ Market is sponsored by Ivy Tech Community College, St. Joseph Hospital, Howard County, and the City of Kokomo and is in partnership with the Kokomo Downtown Association and the Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance.