Binford Farmers Market

The Binford Farmers Market has a new home! Lawrence North High School North Parking Lot 7800 N Hague Rd

What do fresh Indiana-grown meats, plants, and produce, live entertainment, and a community festival have in common?

It's the Binford Farmers' Market in Indianapolis, of course! Experience this Hoosier grown and raised market every Saturday morning beginning in May and running through November 1.

The Binford Farmers' Market is YOUR spot for colorful bouquets, herbs, and perennials. Enjoy the freshest Indiana grown produce, Viking Lamb, Homestead Heritage grass fed chicken, grass feed beef from Highland Angus, amazing pork from Simpson's, My Dad's Sweet Corn, fresh roasted coffee, hot coffee and breakfast, George's amazing cakes and scones, pet treats, local community booths, and local musical talent....and so much more!

Listing last updated on Apr 25, 2014

The Binford Farmers' Market, Inc. is sponsored by Binford Redevelopment and Growth (BRAG) community action group for the following reasons: 1. Residents and businesses have a fun place to gather in the BRAG community 2. There is a local outlet for gardeners and small farmers to sell fresh produce 3. Everyone can enjoy local entertainment and special events every Saturday 4. Community and business organizations have a place to highlight their activities.



Schedule and Location:

7800 N. Hague Rd
Lawrence North High School
North Parking Lot
Indianapolis, IN
May 3 through November 1, 2014
8 a.m. to 12 Noon



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It is part of a larger revitalization effort for the Binford area, and it has been a surprising success. It is nice to see a community pull together like it has.


Because the Binford gang does everything possible to make the area a better place to live and shop - a healthy, environmentally safe, and creatively interesting, fun place.


It is a growing market with organic produce and healthy proteins. In addition they welcome artists and craftspeople to set up and display their work.

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