Don’t have weekend plans yet? Consider visiting the Farmers Market at Minnetrista! The Farmers Market is the perfect place to discover fresh produce, baked goods, plants, eggs, meats, and more.
From syrup and honey to fresh flowers and goat’s milk soaps, there is something for everyone at the Farmers Market. Here’s a short list of some of the many products you can find (visit our vendor map for more!):
- Farm fresh produce, meat, and eggs
- Freshly grilled burgers
- Fresh bread, pies, and pastries
- Beeswax products
- Coffee and tea
- Kettle corn
- Jams, jellies, and preserves
- And more!
The outdoor season of Farmers Market runs from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. from May through October. Join us to discover everything our community has to offer. It’s also a great time to meet new folks around the Muncie area!
Snap, WIC, IU Health Bucks and SFMP (Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program) are accepted at participating vendors.
Interested in becoming a vendor? Visit the Farmers Market website and click ‘become a vendor’. You will make a profile on the Marketspread platform and it will redirect you to the application to become a Minnetrista Museum & Gardens Market vendor.
Thank you to the sponsor of this year’s Farmers Market, Open Door Health Services.
For more details about this event visit our website or give us at a call at (765) 282-4848.
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