Downtown Terre Haute Farmers Market

Terre Haute, Indiana
Farmers Market

Downtown Terre Haute Farmers Market

Opening Market Day for 2013 will be June 1st!!

Our market is a grower/producer market, with no re-sale. We focus on producer-grown, local food.

Spring brings strawberries, rhubarb, lettuces, onions, meats and cheeses, eggs, honey, potatoes, radishes, free-range chicken, maple syrup, organic herbs and spices, live herbs, fresh flowers, jams, jellies, fair trade coffee, pickles, natural soaps and lotions, handcrafted wooden crafts, and a lot more.

We are often surrounded by festivals, and the downtown historic district, arts corridor, and brewery district are full of museums, interesting shops, galleries, and one-of-a-kind restaurants.

Located at 9th and Cherry Street (Claber Girl Marketplace) in downtown Terre Haute, across from the Clabber Girl Bake Shop.

Admission is free and open to the public. We allow dogs!

Listing last updated on Jul 24, 2013

Professional chefs lead classes and demonstrations next door in the Clabber Girl Test Kitchen.

Enjoy an obligatory "Square Donut", eat breakfast at the Saratoga, visit the Clabber Girl Museum, the Children's Museum, the Swope Art Museum and Arts Corridor galleries, Eugene Debs home. Shop at the Asian Market, RiverWools, and The Element Outdoor Outfitters.

Schedule and Location:

Downtown Terre Haute, at 9th and Cherry Streets (Across from Clabber Girl Bake Shop). Saturdays from 8 am to noon, from the first Saturday in June through the last Saturday in October.

Also Nov through May, 1st Sat of each month indoors at Clabber Girl

Latest Reviews

They supply local meats and veggies that are simply delicious! :) It is an invaluable asset to not only supporting the local community, but supporting health, and non-commercial raised pesticide loaded food.

It is relaxing, friendly, delicious, and there are so many creative and caring people there. It is a joy!

In addition to giving people the opportunity to buy fresh, locally grown food, it's a community-builder. There's something very special about meeting up with so many others at the Market and chatting a bit - it's a real-life social networking site!

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