Market cancelled today- Sept 22- will resume next week
Homegrown. Homemade. Handcrafted.
The Ellisville Community Farmer’s Market brings together local farmers, food artisans, musicians and crafters. Join us on Thursdays from 4-7 pm in Bluebird Park experience live music, BBQ, cold drinks, tented bistro tables, and of course fresh picked, locally grown produce. Our market is expanding in 2011 and will have farm fresh eggs, meat, mushrooms, eggs, homemade soaps, and even more produce vendors.
Market and More
The Ellisville Community Farmer’s Market also features great local honey, organic olive oil, baked goods, willow baskets, pottery, kid’s activities, community education, and cooking demonstrations from area chefs.
About the Market
We feature locally produced food items, vegetables, fruits, herbs, baked items, local honey, jams and jellies, organic olive oil, handmade artisan items and more. Along with the local fare there will be demonstrations and the kid’s market program. The emphasis of the Ellisville Community Farmer’s Market is to create a space for the community to gather each week and enjoy products that are homegrown, homemade and handcrafted.
Thank you for your support of the Market each week. We appreciate the steady flow of customer’s and positivie feedback that we continue to receive. If you visit the Market once and don’t see what you expect or would like to see, please come back again. The Market changes week to week depending on the weather conditiions, crop availibiity, vacation schedules and so forth. The Market Master also appreciates community feedback in order to improve the Market.
Market Master, Rene Sackett, is excited about beginning the new season in Bluebird Park. The community pool, tennis courts, playground, trail system and amphitheatre are all located in proximity to our Farmer’s market area. Both Rene and the City of Ellisville are committed to bringing the local community together each Thursday for a successful and fun market experience. In addition Rene is working with Slow Food’s St. Louis chapter as well as others this season to bring an educational element to the Market.
René and the Ellisville Community Farmer’s Market was recently featured in the press check out the story.
Questions may be directed to Rene Sacket, Market Master.
NOTE TO POTENTIAL VENDORS: The focus of the market is on homegrown produce, homemade and handmade food products and artisan crafts, as well as some locally branded food products. We are a market that supports seasonal, locally grown food and the education of the community about local and sustainable foods and farming. If your produce or product meets this criteria, please contact us about being a vendor. Vendor’s are not allowed to resell and/or repackage produce and food that they have not produced themselves (some exceptions may apply)
If you have any additional questions please contact the Market Master.