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Meet Us at The Atchison Farmers Market, our 24th Season – Market Open Day is May 21, 2022!

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Opening Day is Saturday, May 21, 2022 (8AM to Noon). Tell all your family and friends to “Meet Me at The Market,” on the opening of our 24th Farmers Market Season!

In the meantime, visit our website at atchisonfarmers.market, and subscribe to our email list for notifications on upcoming events and festivals!

If you have any questions about our market, our product offerings or becoming a vendor, you can either email us (debbiemarkgenova@yahoo.com), or Facebook message us. You can also find us on  Instagram.

See you at the Market!

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Mandala painting at the Market

The Atchison Farmers’ Market has the mission of developing a congenial, supportive community among our visitors, customers, and the farmers, bakers, and others who bring their ware to our market. This Saturday, we are inviting all to bring their art supplies (crayons, paints, markers, etc.) to the Market to create personal peace bringing artwork – Mandalas. A mandala is a symbol of the universe in its ideal form, and its creation signifies the transformation of a universe of suffering into one of joy. 

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Amelia Earhart Festival

This weekend is the return of the Amelia Earhart Festival in Atchison with Lakefest on Friday evening. Today, Saturday, there is a full schedule (see: https://local.aarp.org/event/amelia-earhart-festival-2022-07-16-atchison-ks.html).

But before participating in these activities – come to the Atchison Farmers’ Market to get all your local, fresh produce, baked goods, flowers and so much more. Then – CELEBRATE Atchison’s daughter – Amelia Earhart.

Did you know that a statue of Amelia Earhart will be put in the Statuary Hall of the Capital in Washington, D.C. on July 27?

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Atchison Jazz Express at the Market

The Saturday, July 9, Atchison Farmers Market will be filled with great music. The Atchison Jazz Express will perform from 9:30 to 11 a.m! Their sounds include classic Big Band swing (Tommy Dorsey, Glen Miller, etc.) from the 30s to the late 40s and more contemporary jazz such as Henry Mancini, Sammy Nestico, and Count Basie.

Bring a chair and enjoy their music before or after you do you Saturday AFM shopping for summer vegetables, fruits, baked goods, and other locally produced goodies!