About the Market

Come Meet Your Friends at the Atchison Farmers Market and Celebrate Our 21st Year! The market is open May 18th through October 26th on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Saturday markets run from 8 a.m. until Noon, and the Wednesday markets begin at 2:30 p.m. and close at 5:30 p.m. Make Atchison Farmers Market your Saturday morning ritual and tell all your friends and family: “Meet Me at The Market,” for fresh produce, meats, homemade baked goods, jams, jellies, bedding plants, live music, food demos, contests and more!

Founded in 1998, growers from Atchison and surrounding counties provide fresh, locally produced vegetables and fruits at the market. There are also vendors selling locally raised meat and plenty of bakers and jelly and jam makers.

Throughout the season Atchison Farmers’ Market has a variety of entertainment, including Celebrity Chef Market-to-Kitchen Meal Demos, musicians, and fundraisers sponsored by local non-profit organizations.

The market participates in the Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program coupons.  Credit and debit cards are welcome.  Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) card users are encouraged to use their cards to double their buying power under a grant, “Double-Up” program.  The Market Manager has a card reader for all EBT transactions.

See you at the Market!

5 thoughts on “About the Market”

  1. This seems like a good place to put your market season and hours 🙂 I am adding your market to our website, and I’ll just use the season/hours information from the USDA Farmers’ Market Directory….but maybe you want to add it here for future visitors? Thank you for all you do to help feed Atchison!

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  2. do you sell local real honey, not that store bought all sugar honey? How much does it run? does your honey have the honeycomb in it?

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    1. Jason, my name is Doug Hall and own Hall n honey. I have 50 hives that are located in Dekalb, Wallace, Faucet, St Joe. The honey is right out of our hives. We extract right off the frames. We do not heat nor strain our honey so you get the health benefits from the enzymes and the pollen from the local areas. We do have some honey that has the comb in it and we also sell honeycomb. Feel free to stop by the farmers market and sample some of our honey and enjoy many other products that our great vendors sell

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