Farmers' markets are an integral part of the urban/farm linkage and have continued to rise in popularity over the last decade. Farmers' markets allow consumers to have access to locally grown, farm fresh produce, enable farmers the opportunity to develop a personal relationship with their customers, and cultivate consumer loyalty with the farmers who grows the produce. Our markets celebrate our local gardeners, bakers, artisans, nonprofits, and ordinary folks in and around Guthrie County by providing them with a venue by which they can show and sell their items to the community.
Farmers' Markets of Guthrie County
Lawbaugh City Park
Corner of 3rd and S Division Street
Every Wednesday afternoon from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Mid-May through mid-October
Stuart’s market is located in Lawbaugh City Park, corner of 3rd and South Division Street. . Market held in shelter at park, if raining. For vendors, there is a $20 seasonal fee or $3 one-day fee.
This market accepts WIC and SFMNP.
Square Fridays - Panora
Town Square Park
Main Street and NW 2nd Street
Every Friday from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Mid-May through late-September
Square Fridays is located on the historic town square in downtown Panora. For vendors, there is a $10 seasonal fee or a $3 one-day fee. Market is held “rain or shine.”