In 2007, the market expanded another block on 8th Street, approaching 200 vendor stalls during peak season between mid-June to mid-August. When: May 16 - October 10, 2020. Due to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 the market's opening date has been delayed to the 9th of May. We ask that customers maintain a 6 foot distance, try to shop alone, and avoid gathering in any one area. The CDC continues to recommend wearing a cloth mask while in public. Market dates may be subject to change depending on the spread of the virus. Watch this page or our Facebook for updates. Customers may peruse the Market and ask vendors to set aside merchandise during set up. No purchases are allowed until Market whistle blows, at 8:00 am. Market runs from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon, rain or shine. Performers are staged in Iron Horse Park, located at 7th & “Q” Street, and generally attract crowds between 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Standard Market Fare: Baked goods and other yummy stuff: muffins, kolaches, croissants, pies, breads, cookies, cakes, baklava, homemade root beer, egg rolls, crab rangoons, wood fired pizza, pulled pork, oatmeal, coffee, teas, tacos, burritos,hot sauces, seasoning mixes, soup/baked good mixes, kettle corn, jams, breakfast sandwiches, wine and more! Innovative Arts & Crafts: Jewelry, glassware, Americana furniture, primitives artwork, dried flowers, decorated baskets, hand sewn items, bird houses, blankets, baby wear, tie dyed apparel, candles, door art, value added items, i.e. lamps, cabinets, utility furniture, yard art, henna art, face painting, stepping stones, mail boxes, wind chimes, Shades the Clown’s personal balloon art, dried flower arrangements, wreathes, welded iron art work, stuffed animals, aprons, bibs, rocking chairs, doggie jewelry/treats and collars, soaps, lotion. Fairly Priced/Exceptional Quality Produce: Outstanding experts literally in the field, successfully growing the full gamut of produce typical to the area: radishes, lettuces, organically grown, salad mixes, beans, tomatoes, oriental vegetables, strawberries, raspberries, gourmet nuts, carrots, onions, peaches, nectarines, plums, sweet corn, cucumbers, bedding plants, perennials, cut flowers, dried meats, cheese, processed buffalo, lamb, beef, chicken, eggs, watermelons, squash. Haymarket Farmers’ Market has just about everything you need, so please leave these items at home: Weapons, personal knives, utility tools. Animals, no matter how cute or well behaved, unless they are service animals for disabled persons. Posters, placards, stickers, balloons or promotional materials. Haymarket Farmers’ Market organizers may refuse entry or expel any person, as needed, to maintain a positive and safe event for everyone. Thank you for your cooperation!