Grants Pass Growers Market

The Growers' Market is located in Grants Pass, OR. It is a SATURDAY MORNING TRADITION in our historic downtown district. Founded in 1980, the Growers' Market has provided fresh locally grown fruits, vegetables, plants, baked goods, specialty foods and gourmet herbs and seasonings for over 34 years. Being the oldest and largest outdoor farmer's market in Southern Oregon, we lead the region in connecting farmers and their products directly to customer. At the Growers' Market you'll find in season local fruits and vegetables at their freshest. Literally, from A to Z, Asparagus to Zucchini, the Growers' Market showcases a variety of products that change with the growing season. With over 150 association members the Growers' Market serves from 300 to 5,000 visitors every Saturday. Also in the Growers' Market are various non-profit community organizations that are invited to attend as guest vendors. They include the Humane Society, the Women's Crisis Support Team, AAUW Kitchen Tour, local school fund-raisers, 4-H and FFA groups, the Audubon Society and Master Gardeners. In addition there is local talent scattered throughout the Growers' Market in available spaces; a mime, a juggler and various musicians. Political speech, while important, is not permitted inside the Growers' Market. A perimeter sidewalk is allocated for those wishing to express their political views on market day. ADA approved service animals are welcome but we ask that you leave your "therapy/comfort" dogs and other varieties of pets at home. They are not permitted in the market.


Listing last updated on Jun 13, 2014

Schedule and Location:

Every Saturday through November at the corner of 4th and F Streets in Downtown Grants Pass, OR.
9AM to 1PM

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It's the thing to do! The growers are hard working people who bring diverse things to the market and not one of them is un-likable!

It's great to have garden-fresh produce, plants and various crafts to choose from!

It is a source for locally grown and baked food. Not some "foodlike product" made in a factory.

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