Whitley County Farmer's Market

The Columbia City Farmers Market meets every Saturday from the 2nd week of May to the 2nd week of October. Shop here first for fresh, local, and delicious foods produced in Whitley County and surrounding areas. Growers have a great selection of seasonal vegetables, and fruits; bedding plants, landscape plants; eggs and meats; jams and honey; breads and baked goods. In addition, we have talented local crafters and artisans displaying their goods. Shop here for hand crafted natural soaps, lotions, birdhouses, jewelry, blankets, knitted and crocheted items, and handspun wool. We also have a great line-up of musical guests for your entertainment.

Many of our vendors use organic or sustainable practices. Get to know your local farmers so you can be confident in knowing how your food was raised. Buy supporting local growers and artisans, we keep more money in the local economy.

Columbia City is a short and scenic 15-20 minute drive from the south west side of Fort Wayne. The market is located on the west and south sides of the Town Square.

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Listing last updated on Jul 22, 2014

Come visit one of the best and largest farmers markets in the area. Nearly 60 vendors offer a wide selection of fresh, locally grown produce and hand crafted products. Gathered around the majestic Whitley County Courthouse in the center of Columbia City, the market lines three street blocks. A truly great market! May thru October: 8am - 12:30 pm, every Saturday at the Courthouse Square. Mid-June thru October: 4 pm to 7 pm on Wednesdays at the Parkview Whitley Hospital @US 30 and SR 205



Schedule and Location:

Columbia City Town Square (west side)
Saturdays 8-12:30pm.

Parkview Whitley Hospital SR 205 & US 30
Wednesday 4 pm -7 pm.



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The woodcrafts displayed by Tom Wise were wonderful especially the plant stands and handmade wooden crates! Also, their gooseberries were the lagest I've ever seen!


Grandparents farm is now owned by relation. They are supporting a CSA Program for the community. I like to volunteer at my cousins farm when possible, and am able to join them at the farmers market.... [more]


So many reasons -- good food, fresh food, supporting the local economy, socializing, music -- just an all around good time!

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