We are a group of local farmers and artisans that come together each week to serve the needs of our community. You can find us at the Sullivan Fairgrounds on any given Saturday, April-October, beginning at 7am. While there, you will experience old-fashioned community, as the children play the piano or draw together using sidewalk chalk, the crowds enjoy conversation, free coffee and ice water, and the vendors offer their quality wares.
You will be amazed at the diversity of goods, including (but not limited to): produce, jams, breads, cookies, aprons, paintings, soaps, hair accessories, quilts, crafts, and interior decorating pieces. Come and see us, and bring your children, so they can learn to love their community and grow up understanding the importance of buying local!
We are starting to compile our volunteer list for the Community Teaching Garden. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or if you have an organization or group that is looking for community service projects we would love to have you call the office at 573-468-3314.
Under the pavilion on the Sullivan Fairgrounds, 7am-1pm, every Saturday, from the first of April through the last of October.
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Okay, so I'm biased... I'm a vendor at the Sullivan Farmers Market, and I enjoy hanging out on Saturday mornings with our market friends. The other vendors are super nice, generous and decent folks- our customers are very supportive, love to ask questions and learn, and very smart, sophisticated shoppers- always on the look-out for good food, natural products and something useful.... [more]