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Farmers Market

The Conservatory’s Farmers Market is every Wednesday from 3:30-6:30pm, June 1-September 21. The market is an opportunity to shop from local farmers, artisans, creators, food trucks and more! Participating vendors and activities may change week to week, see this week’s vendors below.

The market is located outdoors in the Conservatory’s Wells Barn parking lot, just off of East Broad Street and past the Conservatory’s main parking lot (where the market was previously). The public is welcome and parking is free. Markets occur rain or shine.

The market accepts EBT for all qualifying purchases and offers incentive dollars through the Produce Perks Columbus program for fresh produce for all EBT users. Kids can also participate in VEGGIE CHAMPS: a weekly activity that rewards kids with Veggie Bucks to spend at the market.

The Farmers Market is financially supported by the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, Discover and Osteopathic Heritage Foundation.

This Week’s Vendors

Join us for the Back to School Event: Literacy and school supplies drive to benefit our neighbors at Eastgate Elementary.

Produce & Specialty Foods
Raj Gardens: Microgreens, Indian spices, vegetables, vegetable plants
Teen Corps: Vegetables
Wishwell Farms: Vegetables
Oaks and Sprouts: Vegetables
Just Us Organics: Microgreens, herbs, vegetables
The Winterless Gardens: Candles, vegetables
Blue Star Farms: Beef, pork, chicken, eggs, maple syrup
Hinton Apiaries: Honey
Fruit Strength Farms: Jams and honey
Ohio City Pasta: Pastas and sauce
County Road Candies: Buckeyes, pralines, chocolate dipped pretzels
One of a Kind Primitive Creations: Bread and home baked goods
Gather4Food: Cookies, brownies, coffee cakes

Wild Hare Prairie Nursery: Native perennial pollinator plants
Craftswoman Flower Farm: Cut flowers
Simple Trinity Clothing: Hand made apparel, coconut wax candles
Bright and Sent Candle Co.: Soy candles
Pet Wants Columbus West: Natural dog and cat food, pet treats and other pet products
The Balanced Child Method: Yoga products

Activities & Education
Experience Columbus Both
Second and Seven Foundation: Philanthropic organization for literacy
Camille Bendick: Author of “Samantha Sweet”

Food Trucks
Java Bravo

Live Music
Dino Hill

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