At the indoor market you will find winter produce such as onions, carrots, potatoes and apples at the November market. In addition, both markets will feature pork products, cheese, chocolates, baked goods, coffee, honey, nuts, strudels, jams, dressings and salsas, decorative winter pots, spruce tips and branches as well as a variety of arts and crafts. Stock up on Farmers Market goods for the winter and get some holiday shopping done at the same time.
Outdoor market: CLOSED until 2015
Saturdays, June 7 - October 11, 2014
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
About the Bloomington Farmers Market
The Bloomington Farmers Market is a weekly gathering in which farmers, growers and producers
sell their own products directly to the public, allowing consumers to have a direct
relationship with the producer of the items they purchase. The market emphasizes quality and
At the market you will find a great variety of fresh locally grown produce as well as cut
flowers, meat, cheese, honey, maple syrup, berries, fresh baked goods, jams and jellies,
pickles, coffee, smoothies, kettle corn and unique art. There are more than 40 vendors each
week at the market!
The market also features music and special activities.
Time Lapse: At the Farmers Market!
Parking at the Farmers Market
Downloadable parking map for the 2015 Farmers Market - available in spring
EBT/SNAP and Credit Card tokens are now accepted at the Market!
Bring your EBT or Credit Card to the City information tent to purchase tokens to be used at the market. These tokens can be used to make purchases from participating vendors at stalls displaying the “We accept EBT and Credit Card” signs. You can spend tokens right away or you can save them for another day when you return to the market. There is no fee to use EBT or Credit Cards.
The EBT brochure is available in the following languages:
Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at the 2015 Bloomington Farmers Market! We are always looking
for unique, high- quality local products that best complement our current offerings. Most vendors return to the
Farmers Market year after year so space for new vendors is very limited.
New applicants are considered based on several criteria:
Vendors that will enhance the variety of the market.
Past participants in good standing with the market.
Please note we are currently not accepting any new produce/flower vendors. We also do not accept any home party or
consultant type of businesses. At this time we do not have space for non-profits and community based organizations.
Your interest in being a vendor at the Bloomington Farmers Market is very much appreciated. Call 952-563-8877 or
email farmersmarket@BloomingtonMN.gov for more information.
If you have suggestions or questions about the Farmers Market, contact: