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Located on the Historic Museum Square, the Downtown Bloomington Farmers&#; Market is managed and staffed by the City of Bloomington&#;s Economic & Community Development Department.

The Downtown Bloomington Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market offering a wide array of farm products — including vegetables, fruits, cheeses, pork, beef, free-range poultry and eggs, flowers, plants, herbs, and more grown and produced by the individual selling these items!

When the market returns to the McLean County Museum of History Square in May, we will be following current COVID guidelines provided to us from the Illinois Farmers Market Association and will be following State of Illinois and CDC requirements. 

Maintain the required 6′ distance between yourself, market staff, vendors, and other shoppers

Do not enter if sick

Wear a face covering at all times, per state guidelines

Use touchless payments if possible

SNAP/LINK customers can use their LINK cards for tokens and LINK Match Coupons.

At home, wash all products thoroughly before consuming them.

Be patient, and kind – we’re all in this together.

The primary purpose of the Farmers’ Market is to help energize Downtown Bloomington by providing a forum where urban residents can deal directly with the farmers who grow their food products, increasing their knowledge and appreciation for the quality and benefits of locally grown and produced agricultural products.

Supporting goals include the following:

  • Provide growers and producers of Illinois agricultural commodities and other farm-related products with alternative marketing opportunities.
  • Promote the sale of Illinois-grown farm products.
  • Improve the variety, freshness, taste, and nutritional value of produce available to consumers in the McLean County area.

The Market is open from a.m. to 12/Noon May-October and then moves Indoors from November – April

View our interactive map

Click Here to sign up to be a volunteer at the April Spring Fever Market!

Click Here to sign up to be a volunteer during our Outdoor Season! 

Sours: http://downtownbloomington.org/farmers-market/

Farmers Markets near Normal, IL

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farmers-marketsDowntown Bloomington Farmers' Market

 Bloomington, IL  

Located on the historic downtown square, the Downtown Bloomington Farmers' Market is a popular Saturday morning meeting place. Not only does the market give customers a colorful venue to buy locally grown farm products, but it also puts them in touch with local artists, musicians, and community organizations.  more


farmers-marketsDowntown Pontiac Farmers' Market

 Pontiac, IL  

Our Farmers' Market is every Saturday June through October in downtown Pontiac, Illinois offering locally grown produce, locally grown plants and seedlings, fresh baked breads, and honey made by local bees along with items made by local crafters and artisans. June through August the market begins at AM and goes until or sold out.  more


farmers-marketsThe Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Market

 Lincoln, IL  

The ALMH Market prides itself on being a wellness destination like no other in Illinois. As an extension of our mission to improve the health, our aim is to promote fresh food and healthy living while also supporting local farmers and the food-producer economy.  more


farmers-marketsStreator Farmers Market

 Streator, IL  

We have a variety of fresh produce , baked goods , jams and jelly's and everything in between. From our Family to yours you know you are getting the highest quality and the freshest produce.  more


farmers-marketsDowntown Bloomington Farmers' Market

 Bloomington, IL  

Managed by the Downtown Bloomington Association, the Downtown Bloomington Farmers' Market gives customers a colorful venue to buy locally grown farm products, while also putting them in touch with local artisans of prepared goods and fine arts, musicians, and community organizations.  more


farmers-marketsJackson's Produce

 bloomington, IL  

I have a combination produce market/greenhouse on the southwest side of Bloomington. I deal directly with farmers whenever I can. I have Illinois strawberries in early May from Centralia, IL. I have dealt with same farmer for 30 years. Peaches come from Flamm Orchards in Cobden, IL, also for last 30 years.  more


farmers-marketsDowns Village Market

 Downs, IL  

The Downs Village Market, located at the Southwest edge of the Village of Downs, offers a variety of locally grown and select regional produce, meat , baked goods, honey, plants and flowers, and quality crafts. Master Gardeners are on site weekly to answer gardening questions. We have weekly music/entetainment.  more


farmers-marketsClinton Area Farmers and Artisans Market

 Clinton, IL  

Local Farmers and Artisans Market serving Central Illinois. Established in All products must be locally grown and crafted, or be part of the Illinois Products Program through the Illinois Department of Agriculture.  more


farmers-marketsLincoln Farmer's Market

 Lincoln, IL  

We are the largest and best farmer's market in Logan County! We sell many different types of vegetables and fruits that are grown locally. We also have vendors that make baked goods, rag rugs, wood crafts, and hand sewn items. We run promotions throughout the season. Please check the website for more specific details.  more


farmers-marketsMam's Salves and Sundries

 Lincoln, IL  

Handcrafted Botanical Salves made with home grown Comfrey under organic practices, Handmade comfrey, calendula soaps, Highest quality handcrafted essential oil rollerballs Other handcrafted herbal and oil products, as season allows  more


farmers-marketsPekin Main Street Farmer's Market & Artists

 Pekin, IL  

Open-air market featuring locally grown fresh produce, delicious baked goods, flowers and herbs, crafts, organic items and arts. Free, live entertainment and programs periodically on the Courthouse lawn. Market vendors located on Capitol Street around the Courthouse Square.  more


farmers-marketsPeoria Farmers Market at the Metro Centre

 Peoria, IL  

The Peoria Farmers Market at the Metro Centre was founded in by community leader Marvin L. Goodman. It was his vision to promote healthy eating while bringing-together consumers and farmers from all over Central Illinois to a marketplace with a wide variety of fresh, locally grown produce.  more


farmers-marketsEP!C Market

 Peoria, IL  

EP!C has been serving individuals with developmental disabilities and their families for over 60 years. Starting in May , EP!C will be hosting a weekly saturday market which will include local food, artisan and entertainment vendors.  more


farmers-marketsHerrmann Gardens

 Peoria, IL  

Our produce market has been has been in the Herrmann family since ! We offer A variety of produce. However, we are known for our delicious sweetcorn! We look forward to seeing you all again this summer.  more


farmers-marketsStreator Downtown Farmers Market

 Streator, IL  

The Streator Farmers Market provides a direct producer to consumer market opportunity. This would include healthy, local, fresh foods and other hand crafted items to the community and surrounding areas and to encourage commerce, entertainment and promote agri-tourism for the city of Streator.  more


farmers-marketsSaturday Produce Market

 Decatur, IL  

The Saturday Produce Market is student-run and an integral part of the Richland Student Farms. The market provides area-wide consumers with fresh, locally grown foods while supporting rural and urban independent farmers.  more


farmers-marketsRantoul Farmers' Market

 Rantoul, IL  

The Rantoul Farmers Market has been in operation since and like a seedling, is growing more each year. Our mission is to provide a community gathering event that augments economic development efforts through a seasonal farmers' market in downtown Rantoul.  more


Sours: https://www.localharvest.org/normal-il/farmers-markets
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Downtown Bloomington Farmers&#; Market


Join us every Saturday from May &#; October from ampm!
The Downtown Bloomington Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market offering a wide array of farm products — including vegetables, fruits, cheeses, pork, beef, free-range poultry and eggs, flowers, plants, herbs, and more grown and produced by the individual selling these items!

We&#;ll be at our usual place around the McLean County Museum of History at N Main St. Come see all the fantastic vendors joining us this year, including many new vendors!
In order to put on the safest market possible, we are requiring the following of all vendors, patrons, and volunteers: wear a face covering over your mouth and nose at all times, maintain 6&#; of space, and don&#;t touch items until after you purchase them (vendors will bag your items).

Date/Time

Saturday, May 29,
am - pm

Cost:

Location

Museum Square in Downtown Bloomington N Center StreetBloomington Illinois
http://downtownbloomington.org/farmers-market/

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Sours: https://www.visitbn.org/events/downtown-bloomington-farmers-market/
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