Canon City Farmers' Market

The Canon City Farmers' Market is a grow your own market. Only products that are made or grown by the vendor will be allowed. The market is 17 years old and has a history of being a valued community event. The market runs from June to the first week of October and is moving to Tuesdays in 2012. The hours are 7 AM to 1 PM.

The market is located on the shaded street in front of our Historic Library and Arts Center, providing opportunities for the community to interact with these valuable resources. Fremont County prides itself with a history of growing produce. Historically, this area grew vegetables to supply to the minors in near by Cripple Creek. Apple and cherry orchards also were abundant in the Canon City area. We are proud of our history with growing our own local food and we are proud to have 2 local organic farms still in existance. The Canon City Farmers' Market includes Pueblo growers in the market and our own local Organice grower, Lipis Farms along with several local backyard berry and fruit growers.


Listing last updated on Apr 5, 2012

The Canon City Farmers' Market is moving to Tuesdays this year and is at the same location as last year, close to our Historic Downtown Business area. The Tuesday market will be filled with local Artists and locally grown products. Come visit us on Tuesday mornings, 7 AM to 1 PM on Macon in front of the Fremont Center for the Arts. The market includes story hour with the Library at 10 AM, music by local musicians and a chance to meet some of the greatest people in Colorado.

Schedule and Location:

6th and Macon Avenue, in front of the Arts Center
Take 6th North off of Highway 50
to Historic Downtown Canon City
7 AM to 1 PM

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