Portage County's oldest producer's only farmers' market offers a wide variety of locally grown and produced item including: fresh fruits; vegetables; herbs; garden starts; perennials; hypertufas; jams and jellies; preserves; grassfed beef, pork, and chicken; pastured eggs; pastured cow, goat, and sheep milk cheeses; honey and honey products; maple syrup and maple products; fresh sauerkraut, baked goods including traditional, vegan and gluten free; fresh handmade pasta; dried handmade pasta; locally roasted coffee and whole beans; gourmet culinary herb blends; frozen vegan veggie filets; kettle corn; handmade soaps, lotions, and body care products; art and more!
Summer Market: Find us in the municipal parking lot at the corner of Franklin Ave. and Summit St., under the Market Mural on the Haymaker Overpass.
Saturdays, May 17 – October 25 • 9am to 1pm, rain or shine
Free live local music 10am to noon weekly, and cooking demonstrations with free samples, recipe cards, and nutrition information provided weekly by The Campus Kitchen at Kent State University.
Winter Market: Find us in Pierson Hall at the rear of United Methodist Church of Kent, 1435 E. Main St., Kent.
Saturdays, November 1 - May 9 • 10am - 1pm
Low On Cash?
Visit the market info table – We welcome the Ohio Direction Card as well as credit/debit cards, and offer a monthly $10 Lettuce Loot match for SNAP customers for the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Visit the market info table to swipe your card in exchange for market tokens.
Stop by the Campus Kitchen table for free samples and recipe card, and excellent nutrition information!