downtown mcminnville farmers market

Thurs 12-6pm | May - Oct 2019
First & Cowls (next to City Hall)

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about

Every Thursday afternoon, May - Oct, more than 60 local vendors bring fresh seasonal produce, farm raised meats, fresh blooms & handmade products to market. Grab lunch in the food court, enjoy our weekly musician, and stock your kitchen with fresh local foods. We proudly accept EBT/SNAP and offer a weekly “Sprouts” kids activity.

be a vendor

We use Manage My Market to coordinate our application process. All vendors must have products produced in Yamhill County. Applications are juried by our Steering Committee. New vendors are only accepted as “By the Week" for their first season. See our Farmer Market Handbook for full details.
Main Season (May - Aug)
Late Season (Sep - Oct)
By the Week (select individual dates)

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sponsor the market

More than 2,500 people pass through the market each week. Get the biggest bang for your marketing dollars by becoming a sponsor.

$3,000 | Presenting Sponsor
$2,000 | Premium Sponsor
$1,000 | Harvest Sponsor
$500 | Blossom Sponsor

volunteer at the market

This event would not be possible without the amazing community members who volunteer to support each week’s market. Whether you love to set up tents, put up signage, or help sell merchandise - we have a need for your skills.

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be a musician

Our weekly musicians help create a fun atmosphere for the market, and gain exposure to the more than 2,500 weekly attendees. Click below to send us an email & be considered.

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sprouts club

School’s out? Bring your kids for our weekly youth activities. More details soon.

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EBT/snap

Everyone deserves fresh food. We proudly accept EBT/SNAP benefits. Visit our info tent to exchange your benefits for market tokens, accepted by more than 50% of our vendors (the coolest ones, of course)

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zero waste

We proudly partner with Zero Waste McMinnville. In 2018, they helped divert 84% of market waste away from landfills, keeping our planet healthy so we can grow more food for the market!