The 2013 Season will begin on Wednesday April 16TH, 2014 and will go till September 24th, 2014.

Fair Grove: Northern Greene County Farmers' Market held each Wednesday afternoon, from 3:00 to 6:30pm, just off Hwy. 65 in Fair Grove. Rain or shine, Celebrating our 15th year at the market.

Held under the Wommack Mill Pavilion, we are the only market in the state that is held on a historical Mill site. Look for bands and special events this year continue to check our website and facebook page. Our Market accepts all credit cards, debit cards & EBT (Stamp.

The Market will have a wide variety of bedding plants and flowering plant and landscaping plants and flowers, this season. We will have early tomatoes and lots of baked goods. so be sure and watch for updates on our website at

The kids club will start on April 16Th, this is free to the Kids, Show up to the market on April 16th, check our website and facebook page for kids club events, projects and classes. All of our vendors have stepped up there production this winter so they can offer you a wider and a large selection of there produce and flowing plants as well as garden plants.

Listing last updated on Mar 29, 2014


Schedule and Location:

Fair Grove Farmers' Market is Located at the corner of Hwy. 125 and Main St., 2 blocks east of Hwy. 65, 9.5 miles north of Springfield. Located on the grounds of the Historic Wommack Mill.

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I love that the food is grown locally. The vendors are some of the friendliest people around. They care about their products and their customers. It's a wonderful shopping experience and it's a wonderful visiting place.... [more]

My family always enjoys the fresh fruit & vegetables as well as the the many selections of freshly made breads & desserts. They are the best!! There is too much to tell about so you will have to go see for yourself if you have not been.... [more]

We always have a great time visiting with all the vendors, and you never know what you will find each week.

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