Farmers’ markets are the place to buy local this summer. From vegetables to baked goods, no matter what you pick up you can know it was made with love by a local vendor, grower, or farmer. We’re making it easy for you to find your local community farmers market in this summertime guide.
Local Farmer’s Markets Around Troy
Cherry Street Local Farmers’ Market
Join Cherry Street Local on Saturday mornings on South Cherry Street (between Main and Franklin Streets), Cherry Street Local is the premiere farmers market in downtown Troy, Ohio. Filled with a variety of amazing vendors, live music, and food trucks, there is so much to love at this local farmer’s market. Make sure to check out on Saturday mornings from 9 am -12 pm through September 30th. For more information check out their Facebook page here.
Due to the current road closure make sure to check the location on the Facebook page.
Piqua Community Farmers’ Market
Located in downtown Piqua in front of the Fort Piqua Plaza this local farmer’s market is affiliated with Main Street Piqua. Each week they seem to have a new contest from best cookies to jam. They also have a large selection of local vendors that come to own. Make sure to check them out every Thursday evening from 3-6 pm through September 30th. For more information check out their website here.
Tippecanoe Market Days
First Friday of the month June-Sept.
Tippecanoe Market Days is a monthly, Farmer’s Market that takes place the First Friday of each month from June to September, between 5 PM and 8 PM.
Tippecanoe Market Days, organized by the Downtown Tipp City Partnership, aims to enhance food security, promote self-sufficiency in food production among Ohioans, and raise awareness about the importance of a sustainable approach to food. Beyond being a local food market, our primary goal is to empower individuals with knowledge on growing their own food, utilizing purchased food efficiently, and fostering connections with local food producers and growers to strengthen our local food community.
Farmers Market at The Heights
Saturdays | May 6–Oct. 28*
Eichelberger Amphitheater, 8625 Brandt Pike, Huber Heights | 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The City of Huber Heights initiated the Farmers Market at the Heights in 2020 to cater to the community’s growing needs. This market exclusively offers homemade or homegrown products from local vendors. It also helps provide support to local nonprofit organizations seeking to raise awareness about their causes. Held at the Eichelberger Amphitheater (8625 Brandt Pk) every Saturday from May to October, between 10 am and 2 pm, the market serves as a vibrant hub for residents. However, please note that there are a few exceptions when the market does not operate, such as during City festivals like Star Spangled Heights, Multicultural Festival, and the Marigold Festival. The Farmers Market takes pride in accepting various assistance programs, including WIC, SNAP, SNFMP, and Produce Perks.
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