Welcome

  • The Ellisville Community Farmers Market is a neighborhood, “producer” market where everything is homegrown, homemade and handmade. We are located in the parking lot of Bluebird Park on Thursdays from 4 to 7:30 p.m. We strive to be family friendly event with music, children’s activities and lots of produce and fine products. Come shop and stay to enjoy a beverage and the music. Our opening market will be on May 22. The Ellisville Community Farmers Market has been a supporter of Got Your Back Pack program in partnership with the Rockwood School District which helps feed the more than 135 homeless students who attend school in our area. Please consider bringing a few of the following items including bread, oatmeal, peanut butter, jelly, tuna, macaroni and cheese, pasta and spaghetti sauce, fresh fruit and applesauce. Gift cards to purchase these items are also appreciated. No glass containers please as the students will be carrying the food “home” in their backpacks. We will Continue Reading...
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News

  • Support “Got your Back Pack”

    The Ellisville Community Farmers Market has been a supporter of Got Your Back Pack program in partnership with the Rockwood School District which helps feed the more...
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  • Announcing Snow Delay

    No the market will start this Thursday BUT the kids movie we had planned for this week will be shown next week (May 29) at...
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Market Report

  • Vendor update for today, July 31

    We are expecting a great market today with wonderful weather and lots of vendors with a variety of fresh produce along with some unique handmade...
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  • Market Report for July 24

    Local produce today – Sweet Corn, varieties of tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, squash and zucchini, cucumbers, beans, potatoes, onions, garlic, blueberries, blackberries, cantaloupe, watermelon...
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Entertainment
  • Entertainment for July 24

    We are happy to present the Fosters (Brandon and Meredith), Sam Smalley and Ryan Vockel, a new group of musicians to the market. They performed at...
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