Welcome to Olde Pickerington Farmers’ Market!
The Olde Pickerington Farmers’ Market will soon begin its third season at 89 North Center Street in Olde Pickerington Village. Last year more than 13,000 shoppers supported a total of 30 part and full-season vendors who were approved for participation during our 17 weekly markets held June through September. Each week, 19-24 vendors offered produce, meats and dairy products as well as baked goods, crafts, and more.
Our 2015 Farmers’ Market will open Thursday, June 4, from 4:00 – 7:00PM and continue each Thursday through September 24, 2015.
The Olde Pickerington Farmers’ Market is sponsored by the non-profit Olde Pickerington Village Business Association (OPVBA). The 2015 Rules, Regulations, and Application Forms are now available.
We have a rotating space available each week for community organizations or local businesses who would like to showcase their services. CLICK HERE for more information.
Are you interested in being an Olde Pickerington Farmers Market VENDOR during 2015?
Click HERE for our rules and application.
Our 2015 Vendors
A Fancy Farmstead: Fresh flowers & herbs, perennial plants, repurposed garden art
A Few of My Favorite Things: Pies, cookies, pickles, relish, jams
Jo Barton: Indoor plants and terrariums
Bella Luna Cakes & Confections: Scones, cinnamon rolls, cookies, brownies, cutie-pies, cupcakes
Berry Family Farm (farm established in 1807): Hormone-antibotic free beef, pork, chicken, lamb, milk, cheese, eggs
Brown Brothers Farms: Free-range,100% natural fresh chicken and turkey, sausages, pet products
Calico Country Creations: Fresh produce, plants, crafts, jams & jellies, baked goods, soaps
Don's Woodworking: birdhouses made from repurposed materials
Down the Road Farm: Naturally grown fresh produce, berries (in season), fresh and dried herbs, fresh flowers
Fornof Farm Market: Strawberries (in June), fresh produce, eggs, honey, apples & pears (in season)
Great Harvest Bread: Breads and cookies
Hinton Apiaries: Varietal honey, bee pollen, honey candy, beeswax
Jennifer's Custon Designs: Repurposed jewelry, accessories, home decor
Judy's Pies: assorted pies
Leather or Knot: Leather belts, wallets, bags, leather cuffs
Lisa Marie Bakery: Artisan breads, compound butter
Maugers Mini Donuts: Fresh, hot mini donuts made on site
Nellie & Maggie's Gluten Free Bake Shoppe: All gluten free baked goods, crafts
Oak Creek Garden: Fresh produce, berries (in season), annual plants, pies, jams & jelly, fresh & dried herbs, crafts, garden fences, fertilizer and soil supplements
Paiges Produce: Fresh produce, fruit (in season), fresh flowers, annual and perennial plants
Pompeii's Inferno: Wood-fired pizza made on site, water and soda
Poplar Creek Perennials: Herb plants, perennial & annual flowering plants, veggie plants, fresh & dried flowers, gourds, ornamental corn
Principessa Teas by Colaizzi: loose leaf teas, brewed tea
Rhoads Garden Center: sweet corn, melons, vegetables, peaches, berries, and more!
Saum Family Farms: Sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, pumpkins, squash, Indian corn, peaches (in season), goat milk soap
Derek & Emily Schmitt: heirloon tomatoes, sweet corn, peppers, squash, radishes, eggplant, fresh flowers, jams/jelly, woodcrafts
Schultz Valley Farms: Many kinds of naturally grown produce including greens/lettuce, peas, squash, tomatoes, potatoes, fresh herbs, sweet corn, melons, tomatillos, pumpkins, baked goods, jams/jelly, berries (in season), maple syrup, straw, cornstalks
Shriner Farms: Strawberries, strawberry jam and sweet corn
Silver Bridge Coffee Company: Freshly roasted coffee (ground, whole beans), brewed coffee
Southwestern Style Salsa: 22 varieties of salsa!
Stonefield Naturals: Pork, lettuce, kale, green beens, beets, heirloom tomatoes, squash, eggplant, okra and more
Tasha's Carmel Corn: Carmel corn (with and without nuts), flavored popcorn
Taylor's Made: Hot pepper sauce
Team Spirit Sports Unlimited: Flags, garden flags, blankets, pillows, coasters, necklaces, bracelets, purses
Underhill Farm: tomatoes (heirloom and hybrid)
Urban Spread: Jams and jellies
We look forward to seeing you at the market!