Haymaker Farmers' Market

We are a producer's only market with 52 vendors including 4 OEFFA certified organic growers. Also available: baked goods (including traditional, vegan, gluten free); goat, sheep, and cow milk cheeses; maple syrup and maple products; honey and honey products; jams and jellies; dried herbs; preserves; salsa, dip and baking mixes; locally roasted coffee and beans; dried local tea blends; hot and cold prepared foods including local meats, eggs and cheese, and vegetarian and vegan, pastured meats and eggs; organic dry beans, corn meal, polenta, whole wheat flour, wheat berries; soaps and lotions, garden starts, bedding and perennial plants, air plants, hypertufas, and more!

Cooking demos & free recipe and samples provided by The Campus Kitchen at Kent State University.

We welcome the Ohio Direction Card (SNAP), and credit/debit cards - visit the market info table under the bridge to swipe your card in exchange for tokens to spend in the market.? 

On the first Saturday of every month SNAP customers who purchase up to $10 or more worth of tokens with their Ohio Direction Card will receive up to $10 worth of matching Lettuce Loot coupons for the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables.? 

We established our public farmer's market in 1992 in order to provide a local center for our area farmers with a place to retail their produce. In addition we were interested in bringing more business to our downtown area and allow direct contact between producers and consumers. We are a year-round market, and our outdoor season runs from the end of May through October. Indoor location TBA from November - May with 20+ vendors, including 3 farms growing in high tunnels.

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Listing last updated on May 6, 2013

Five OEFFA certified organic farms, plus many others growing chemical-free fruits, vegetables, herbs, and starts, grassfed meat, cheese, eggs, wheat, corn and buckwheat flour, cornmeal, polenta, dry beans, locally roasted coffee, preserves, handmade pasta, pierogies, baked goods (including vegan and gluten-free), maple syrup and maple products, honey, prepared foods, soap, art and so much more!

Free live local music every Saturday from 10am - noon!



Schedule and Location:

May 25 - October 26 from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm Saturdays at the NW corner of Summit and Franklin streets in downtown Kent.



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I love the people. I love the produce and products. I feel good just walking around there!


The vendors are so helpful, variety is wonderful, the quality is excellent and it's nice to know that we're supporting our local people.


It's a small community whose market started out with a few vendors 2-3 years ago. Now there are about 50 vendors along the street each Saturday morning.... [more]

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