2018 Outdoor Farmers Market
April 14 – October 13 | 8am – 1pm
City Park, Downtown Siloam Springs
Join us for free activities on Kids Day every second Saturday!
Our Local Promise
Local food finds a home at the producers-only Siloam Springs Farmers Market, and it’s offered in abundance. Our producers have a passion for providing consumers with foods grown directly at their farms here in Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma. Local artisans offer hand-made wares ranging from woodcarvings to jewelry to hand-knit household goods to beautiful artisan soaps and more. Fresh pasture-raised meats include pork, chicken, turkey and beef, as well as pastured chicken and duck eggs. And bakers tempt you with handmade granola, scones, cookies, breads, pizza crusts, jams, kolaches, and much more! There’s always something to discover at the market!
Have any questions?
Email email@example.com or call the office of Main Street Siloam Springs at 479.524.4556
“Our Market is a greenhouse for ‘gardeners’ to grow into ‘farmers’, an incubator for cottage businesses, and a growing network for health-minded consumers. I treasure the relationships I have formed through Siloam Springs Farmers Market that directly enhance my quality of life!”Becky Flory
“The Farmers Market is one of the best ways to invest in and connect with our community-you get to know the vendors and know not only where your food comes from, but WHO it comes from. I love the convenience of being able to pick up local pastured meats, fresh produce, delicious baked goodies, and even laundry detergent! Our Farmers Market is part of what makes Siloam such a charming and vibrant small town.”Jesyka Farley
“We love the Siloam Springs Farmers Market because of the wonderful opportunity to access fresh, local produce and locally raised organic meats. It’s important to us to spend our money supporting local businesses, and local farmers are a part of that as well. Besides, there is no better way to spend a Saturday morning in Siloam Springs than at the Farmers Market—enjoying conversation with neighbors and gathering a bounty of food for the week!”Erin Harrell