Wabash Marketplace, Inc. is pleased to continue programming the Wabash Farmers’ Market in downtown Wabash. Thousands of shoppers attend the market each season. The market officially opens the first Saturday in June from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and concludes the third Saturday in October. The market is conveniently located on the corner of US Highway 13 in the Honeywell Center/Wabash Elk’s Parking lot. Free parking is available at the Honeywell Center along Carroll Street and the Elks Lodge along Cass Street. Bikes are also encouraged to ride and park at the market.
Homemade & Homegrown! Wabash Farmers’ Market will host an array of free entertainment while market goers shop a plethora of fresh produce, artist wares, handmade soaps, honey, baked goods, handmade furniture and so much more.
Our vendors return year after year as they find the location and patronage of the market rewarding and enjoyable. For as little as $5.00/ Saturday, you can set up a booth at the Wabash Farmers’ Market and have your wares and produce available to hundreds of weekly visitors. Full and Half Season passes are available. Wabash Markeplace. Inc. provides an on site Market Master to help with questions and assist with market execution. Vibrant signage helps director visitors each week to the Wabash Farmers’ Market. Reserved vendor booths are provided to allow your favorite patrons to easily find you every week.
Simply fill out the Vendor Application and get ready for a great experience at our Homemade-Homegrown Wabash Farmers’ Market.
The purpose of the event is to provide a venue for area farmers & gardeners (vendor) to sell their fresh home grown fruits, vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, bedding plants & potted plants to the public.
Selling will be from 9am to 2pm each Saturday from June 5th to October 16th.
The Farmers’ Market is open to any farmer/gardener (vendor) who pays the fee.
Fresh, high-quality fruits, vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, bedding plants & potted plants may be sold at the Farmers’ Market. Value-added products may be admitted at the discretion of the market management.
Vendors are to set up with their own tables & chairs and take all trash when finished for the day.
All vendors are required to meet State, Local, & USDA Health Department Codes. Wabash County Food Ordinance 2007-85-1 stipulates that it shall be unlawful for any person to operate at a Farmers Market in Wabash County who does not possess a valid Food Permit from the Wabash County Health Department. Failure to do so could delay the opening of the food stand and/or closing at the time of inspection.
The Wabash Farmers’ Market reserves the right to refuse acceptance of any vendor or item that is not in keeping with the rules or quality of this farmers’ market criteria and guidelines.
The Farmers’ Market Master (or his/her agent) will oversee the market & enforce the above regulations.