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It is almost that time! Salt Lake farmers markets bring local farmers, producers and purveyors together in a centralized, open-aired market to sell their fresh products to the public. Farmers Markets are popping up all over the state, and we could not be happier. Supporting local is paramount to building our communities, keeping money in our economy and making connections.
Here are a few of our favorites:

Sugar House Farmers Market 

This family-friendly neighborhood market focuses on local products with a Sugar House flair. Enjoy fresh produce, unique craft artisans, and delicious foods on a Wednesday evening.

Fairmont Park

June-October

(Schedule to be confirmed)

Downtown SLC Farmers Market

Now entering its 28th year as Salt Lake’s long-running summer tradition, the Saturday market supports local farmers and producers by offering a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, grass-fed beef, dairy, eggs, honey and locally made baked goods and other culinary delights.

Pioneer Park

June – October 

8am-1pm

Liberty Park Farmers Market 

one of SLC’s newer markets, this market is great for families with fun kids activities, an art market, and a robust produce market.

Liberty Park

June 12th through October 9th

Fridays 4 pm – Dusk

 

Daybreak Farmers Market 

This market launched last year and has been a huge hit. Here you will find small producers, locally crafted good, organic produce, wild seafood, and many other fun vendors creating leather goods, pottery etc.

Daybreak-11274 Kestrel Rise Road

June 6th – October 31st

Saturdays, 10am-1pm

BEYOND SALT LAKE CITY

Park Silly Market  

Entering its 13th season, the Park Silly market takes place on Sundays on Park City’s Main street and includes artisans, local foods, jewelers, and local products. The Park Silly Market is full of fun vendors, an energetic vibe- some folks dress in costume, and great treats.

Park City’s Historic Main Street

(Postponed until June 6, 2021)