Being at the market can work up an appetite. We have just what you are looking for. Hot dogs, Smoothies, Ice Cold drinks, and right beside you will find Brats, Gyros, Chicken and Rib Eye Sandwiches, Pizza, Shish Kebab, Fried rice oh and not to mention Kettle corn, cheese corn, Roasted Almonds and much more!

Our furry friends love coming to the market.  Well mannered dogs are welcome on a leash, except this one might need a helmet! Enjoy the market and be safe.

Upcoming events: June 21 -  A Cake Walk is scheduled for this Saturday with the proceeds going to the Friendly House Food Pantry. It will begin at 9:00 a.m only $1 per entry.

June 21- The Extension Office will be on the patio to discuss urban gardening an to answer any questions.

June 28 - Children bring a white t-shirt.  They will decorate the t-shirts in red and blue paint (fireworks theme).

You will all ways find wonderful, unique, home made and local items at the Farmers market. The whole family can have a great time at the Freight House Farmers Market every week on Tuesdays (3pm-6pm) and Saturdays (8am-1pm).

Don't wonder what is in the food that you are eating.  At the Market, you can watch it being made, talk to the producer, try a sample and eat healthy.

And last, but not least: Please take a moment and complete a brief 10 question survey so that we can better understand how we can serve you better.  As our appreciation for your time we are giving away a 5 burner gas grill and $100 dollars in market gift certificates to load it up with all those wonderful market vegetables, brats, steaks to one lucky survey taker, so be sure to enter your email address at the end of the survey to enter the drawing. You could have a market party!

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