Save the Date: 2018 Holiday Markets
The Holiday Market dates are set for Saturday, December 1st and Saturday, December 8th from 10am-1pm. In addition to our regular 25+ producer only food vendors, we will have an additional 20+ gift and art vendors at the indoor market in the United Methodist Church of Kent. There will also be live music for both days. Shop local for your family and friends this year. Not only will you be able to buy local, organic produce and other amazing food for dinner, you can support local artists and their craft with gifts for your loved ones for the holiday.
The Haymaker Farmers' Market provides a connection between producers of local food and the community by creating a vibrant and sustainable gathering place promoting direct access to fresh and prepared food, agricultural and environmental education and the arts.
About Haymaker Farmers' Market
Portage County’s oldest producer’s only farmers’ market offers a wide variety of locally grown and produced item including: fresh fruits; vegetables; herbs; garden starts; perennials; hypertufas; jams and jellies; preserves; grassfed beef, pork, and chicken; pastured eggs; pastured cow, goat, and sheep milk cheeses; honey and honey products; maple syrup and maple products; fresh sauerkraut, baked goods including traditional, vegan and gluten free; fresh handmade pasta; dried handmade pasta; locally roasted coffee and whole beans; gourmet culinary herb blends; frozen vegan veggie filets; kettle corn; handmade soaps, lotions, and body care products; art and more!
“Whether you search the stalls at Haymaker Farmers Market beneath a beautifully painted bridge, or frequent a market near you, the relationship you create with your food deepens. Take some time, find a story, engage with people. And above all, connect with your food. Your taste buds will thank you.” — Sarah Kloos, Edible Cleveland Blog
Low on Cash?
Visit the market info table -- We welcome the Ohio Direction Card as well as credit/debit cards, and offer a weekly $10 Produce Perks match for SNAP customers for the purchase of fresh fruit and vegetables.
You can also visit the market info table to swipe your card in exchange for market tokens (which are used as cash).
Stop by the Campus Kitchen table for free samples and a recipe card, and excellent nutrition information!