Rochester Downtown Farmers Market

The Rochester Downtown Farmers Market has a fantastic selection of locally grown foods from our Southeastern Minnesota farmers and growers. We are open Saturdays, 7:30 AM until Noon, May through October, and sell a huge variety of vegetables, fruits, meats, breads, plants, baked goods, honey and preserves, and fresh cut flowers. Special events and performances by local musicians highlight our summer months, including guest chefs, demos, and Kids Day at the Market. Buy local, support your community!!! Our indoor Winter Market is held November - April at Building 41, Olmsted County Fairgrounds, just a short distance south of downtown Rochester. Winter market schedules are posted on our web site beginning in late September of each year.

Listing last updated on Jul 23, 2014

Summer 2014-Satellite Markets Begin the week of June 15 and run through the end of September: *Tuesdays at Ashley Furniture, 2:00-6:00, 3900 N. Hwy 52 *Thursdays at Bethel Lutheran, 2:00-6:00, 810 3rd Ave SE Join us for fresh-picked local produce, meats, farm-fresh eggs, baked goods, and specialty farm products. 15-25 farmer/vendors.



Schedule and Location:

May 3 through Oct. 25, 2014
Saturday Market, 7:30 a.m.-12:00 noon, 4th Avenue SE & 4th Street SE,

Summer 2014-Satellite Markets Begin the week of June 15 and run through the end of September, 2014:
*Tuesdays at Ashley Furniture, 2:00-6:00, 3900 N. Hwy 52
*Thursdays at Bethel Lutheran, 2:00-6:00, 810 3rd Ave SE

Winter Market: Building 41, Olmsted County Fairgrounds, Hwy 63 S, November through April, 9 am - 12:00, alternating Saturdays



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This market has everything a person could want. The colorful array of product makes one want to buy. The people are always friendly and cheerful, making it feel like a family outing.


We love it and it's getting bigger and stronger. There's nothing like a Farmers' Market.


This is the largest Farmers Market event that I have seen that exudes quality yet has exemplary quantities of local vendors.

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