investous login Welcome to the Ellisville Community Farmer's Market new website. Please check in periodically for updates and information as we get underway for a brand new market concept and season.
COOL OFF at the Market today with our newest vendor, Jim Feeney of Dices Ices - Italian Ice made with 100% fruit purees and juices. Coming in the next week or so, locally roasted, organic, fair trade coffee and coffee drinks, organic babyfood and artisan cheeses - stay tuned!
Summer Produce is now arriving- see Market Report and Calendar tab for "what's happening". The Market goes on RAIN or SHINE as locally grown and ripened produce needs to be picked no matter what the weather. Today get first of the season peaches, blackberries, tomatoes, cucumbers and possibly some tomatoes!
4-7 p.m. Thursdays at Bluebird Park -
The Ellisville Community Farmers Market will be held on Thursday afternoons at Bluebird Park on Keifer Creek Road. We will be featuring locally produced food items, vegetables, fruits, herbs, baked items, local honey, jams and jellies, organic olive oil, handmade artisan items and more. Along with the local fare there will be demonstrations, movies and the kid's market program. The emphasis of the Ellisville Community Farmer's Market is to create a space for the community to gather each week and enjoy products that are homegrown, homemade and handcrafted.
investous review Market Master, Rene Sackett, is excited about beginning this season in our new location, Bluebird Park. The community pool, tennis courts, playground, trail system and amphitheatre are all located in proximity to our new Farmer's market area. Both Rene and the city are committed to bringing the local community together each Thursday for a successful and fun market experience. In addition Rene is working with Slow Food's St. Louis chapter as well as other's this season to bring an educational element to the Market.
The Children's Market program will also continue this season. Look for new and creative hands-on activities and demonstrations this season.
If you have any additional questions please contact the Market Master.
NOTE TO POTENTIAL VENDORS: The focus of the market is on homegrown produce, homemade and handmade food products and artisan crafts, as well as some locally branded food products. We are a market that supports seasonal, locally grown food and the education of the community about local and sustainable foods and farming. If your produce or product meets this criteria, please contact us about being a vendor. Vendor's are not allowed to resell and/or repackage produce and food that they have not produced themselves.