Galesburg Farmers' Market is held in the parking lot between Kellogg and Seminary Streets, on Simmons Street, one block south of Main in the historic downtown shopping district. Market season runs May through October, every Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Local producers -- vegetables, fruits, cookies, pies and breads, eggs, meat, honey, flowers and flowerpots; also out-of-area vegetables and fruits, jams and jellies, home decor, jewelry and craft vendors.
Meet your neighbors at the market every Saturday morning! See what's in season, talk recipes with local chefs, and support your local growers.
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Galesburg Farmers' Market is sponsored by the Galesburg Business Association.
Stop by and talk with our producer-vendors, and learn about the benefits of using open-pollinated and heirloom seeds, seed saving, and natural methods of pest control.
There is a local demand for grassfed and free-range meats and eggs -- let us know if you are a vendor interested in selling these things at our market!
On Simmons Street across from the Kensington, which is between the Bean Hive coffee shop and Cornucopia, on Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
2012 season runs May through October.
As everyone else has said, it's the personal responses I receive from the regular vendors each time I go and every year when the market opens up again, that I really appreciate, not to mention the freshest produce available anywhere in town. Both are really valuable to me.
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This is a small market, but a rich variety of produce! Honey, vegies, of course, homemade breads, garden plants, some of the best eggs and poultry, popcorn that I stock up on at the end of the season to get me through the winter.... [more]