Alton Farmers' & Artisans' Market


Alton, Illinois
Farmers Market

Alton Farmers' & Artisans' Market

The Alton Farmers' & Artisans' Market has a new location for the 2014 season - in the parking lot at the corner of Landmarks Blvd. (US Hwy 67) and Henry Street. We operate every Saturday from 8am-Noon, and Wednesday from 4-7pm - starting June 7th through October 18th. You will find an abundance of delicious fresh produce, crafts, baked goods, plants & flowers, locally-raised hormone-free meat, handmade soaps, jewelry, artwork, pottery, art demonstrations, & more. Have breakfast at the market - coffee & breakfast items are available. Admission is free for shoppers - plenty of parking! Vendors wanted - anything homegrown with a 50-mile radius or handmade by you is welcome to be sold. For more information, including our activity and entertainment schedule, please visit www.DowntownAlton.com Admission is free for shoppers - plenty of parking! Vendors wanted - anything homegrown or handmade is welcome to be sold. (Booth fee is $10 for Sat / $5 for Wed, discounted rate for season) For more information, please call Alton Main Street at (618) 463-1016.

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Listing last updated on May 29, 2014

Vendors wanted - anything homegrown or handmade by you is welcome to be sold. ($5 Wed booth Fee / $10 Sat booth fee, discount for full or half-season). Download a vendor registration form & our bylaws on the events page of www.DowntownAlton.com



Schedule and Location:

NEW LOCATION!
At the corner of Landmarks Blvd. & Henry St. - Alton, IL
Every Saturday, 8:00am - 12:00 Noon
and Wednesday, 4:00 - 7:00pm



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I have been patronizing the Alton Farmer's Market for several years, since it is the nearest to my home. This morning was the first time I had made it down this season, and I was blown away!

There were about 40 booths set up, with lots of fruits, veges, and handmade items.... [more]


The honey guy is great! Local honey at a reasonable price in a variety of sizes.

The guys with the hosta's A-OK good prices and good stock

I like the spot where they are now located, better parking and access and it seems like more vendors are able to set up this way.... [more]


I love the Calhoun peaches and necturines! My father was born in Calhoun and I feel as though I am supporting his memory as well as the community!

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