Farmers’ Markets by Day of the Week

Farmers’ Markets in Central Ohio

Tuesdays Pearl Market Urban Market Downtown 10:30 am – 2 pm
Every Tuesday and Friday. Location: Pearl Alley (btw Broad, High, Gay and Third). More info here.

Tuesdays Columbus Square Farmers Market 4 – 6 pm
July 9 through October. Location: Rt. 161 and Cleveland Ave., Columbus.

Wednesdays Farmers Market in Historic Uptown Westerville 3 – 6 pm
Home-grown. Home-made. All Ohio. Every Weds May 1 through Oct 30. Location: At N. State and E. Home in Uptown Westerville. Vendor directory, blog, policies and parking info here.

Wednesdays Dublin Farmers Market  3 – 6 pm
Wednesdays through Sept. 25. Location: Oakland Nursery, 4261 W. Dublin Granville Rd., Dublin OH

Wednesdays  Weekly Farmers Market at Franklin Park Conservatory 3:30 – 6:30 pm
Browse a wide selection of fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs, cheeses, baked goods, jams, honey and personal care products from Ohio growers and producers. Location: Find it along Conservatory Drive, 1777 E Broad St Columbus, Oh 43203. Wednesdays, June 5–September 4. Click here for more events at the Conservatory.

Wednesdays Clintonville Farmers’ Market’s Wednesday Evening Market 4 – 7 pm
Open Wednesdays through Aug 14… same location as the Saturday Market: N. High Street, between Orchard Lane and W. Dunedin Road in Clintonville.  More info here.

Thursdays Food Truck Food Court at Columbus Commons Downtown 11 am – 2 pm
Enjoy a plethora of fantastic lunch options on Thursdays at Columbus Commons. The Food Truck Food Court features local food trucks and carts serving up some of the best eats Columbus has. Enjoy unique dishes and desserts from Ajumama, Burrito Bus, Hungry Monkey, Leslie’s Creperie, Paddy Wagon, Pitabilities, That Food Truck, and a monthly rotating dessert truck (up first: Sweet the Mobile Cupcakery). Location: Columbus Commons, 160 S High St Cbus 43215.

Thursdays Reynoldsburg Farmers Market 3:30 – 6:30 pm
Thursday July 11 through Sept. 26. Location: 1520 Davidson Dr. in Huber Park, Reynoldsburg

Thursdays Bexley Farmers Market 4 to 7 pm
Thursdays (except July 4) through October. Location: 2111 E. Main St., Bexley

Thursdays Easton Town Center Farmers Market 4 – 7 pm
Features weekly chef demos, kids activities, live music, and use of our free Veggie Valet!  Open June 6 – September 12.  Location: Town Square, Easton Town Center. More info: EastonFarmersMarket.org – Facebook.com/EastonFarmersMarketColumbus – @eastonfarmermkt

Fridays Pearl Market Urban Market Downtown 10:30 am – 2 pm
Every Tuesday and Friday. Location: Pearl Alley (btw Broad, High, Gay and Third). More info here.

Saturdays Farmers Market at North Market 8 am – 3 pm
Weekly through October. Always on the east patio. Location: 59 Spruce St, Columbus 43215. For a list of vendors and more info, click here.

Saturdays Worthington Farmers Market 8 am – 12 noon
Weekly through October. Location: High St btw Dublin Granville and England St –  More info here.

Saturdays Clintonville Farmers Market 9 am – 12 noon
Weekly through October.  Location: N. High Street, between Orchard Lane and W. Dunedin Road in Clintonville.  More info here.

Saturdays Farm Stand at Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center 9 am – 12 noon
This is a chemical-free, permaculture educational garden, with 60-70% of produce dedicated to the local food pantries.  Open weekly through October. For details, visit the website for what’s in season. Location: Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center, 987 N Waggoner Rd, Blacklick, OH 43004-9505. Email: <shepherdscorner@sbcglobal.net>.

Saturdays 400 W Rich Farmer’s Market + Art Fest 10 am – 2 pm
Every 2nd and 4th Saturday.  Location: 400 W Rich St, Cbus 43215.  Facebook invite with list of vendors here.

The Dispatch has a searchable database of local Farmers Markets here. You can find local farmers’ markets in Bexley, Grandview, Powell, Dublin, New Albany, Delaware, Grove City, Hilliard, Columbus Square, and many more. Saturdays are always busy at the markets in Clintonville, Worthington, North Market, Pearl Alley, Franklinton… see our listings here.

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