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Downtown Bloomington Association Farmers’ Market

Downtown Bloomington Association Farmers’ Market

The Downtown Bloomington Association Farmers' Market is located on the Historic Downtown Museum Square. Not only does this award winning market give customers a colorful venue to buy locally grown farm products, it also puts them in touch with local artisans of prepared goods and fine arts, musicians, and community organizations. The Downtown Bloomington Association Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market offering a wide array of farm products — including vegetables, fruits, cheeses, pork, beef, free-range poultry and eggs, flowers, plants, herbs, and more grown and produced by the individual selling these items!

The market features different musical performances each week. Cooking demos are offered regularly, and the Kids’ Zone has sponsors that offer weekly hands-on activities for all ages.

200 North Main Street
Bloomington
IL
61701
309.829.9599
309.829.9599
marketing@downtownbloomington.org

EVERY Saturday, May through October, 7:30 am - noon

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