Livingston Farmers' Market

The Livingston Farmers Market is held every Wednesday from 4:30 to 7:30, beginning the first Wednesday in June, and ending the last Wednesday of September. It is held near the Miles Park Bandshell between Sacajawea Park and the Civic Center on the banks of the Yellowstone River. There is produce, meat, plants, herbs, flowers, handcrafted items, soap & lotions, wood crafts, jewelry, and prepared food. Nearly every week we have live music from 7 to 9. Also plein air painting, masseuses, gardening workshops, "Youth Booths" and more! Come down and make a community evening of it. Support Your Community & Neighbors. Call WSE for more info: 222.0730 or check with web site for the music schedule: www.westernsustainabilityexchange.org.

Listing last updated on Apr 22, 2010

Fresh vegetables, fruit, flowers, herbs, plants, baked goods, prepared foods, wood crafts, handmade soaps, jewelry, handmade arts & crafts, prepared food, free live music, free gardening workshops. Shopping at a local Farmers Market is good for your local economy!



Schedule and Location:

Every Wednesday, June to September, from 4:30 to 7:30. Near the Miles Park Bandshell between Sacajawea Park and the Civic Center on the banks of the Yellowstone River.



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Wow talk about disappointed ..this was a craft fair..Not a Farmers market,I was so bummed..Not to mention WOW expensive!!! I have travelled all over and this is the first "farmers market" without produce.... [more]


It's an unbeatable picnic destination beside the Yellowstone River and at the feet of the Absorka Mountains. You can stock up on fresh, local produce, sample some of the region's best prepared foods, and chat with friends while listening to live music.... [more]


It's more than a marketplace for food and crafts, it's a community gathering place and often features entertainment, as well. Folks talk about going to the market with warmth and affection for everything it represents. Wish we could have it all year long!

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