From fresh produce and meat to baked good and crafts, our three, area farmers markets are welcoming to both residents and visitors alike. Open several days a week, our farmers markets are a great opportunity to shop local and support small, family businesses.
Our area farmers markets have also taken steps to help you stay #HealthyAtHome and #HealthyAtWork. Please stay home from farmers markets if you are feeling ill, and follow all three on Facebook to find out what vendors and produce will be available each week.
All three farmers markets ask that you practice proper social distancing while shopping, send just one adult per household to shop if possible, wear a face mask, and wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
This market is the longest-running in Bowling Green and is open from 6am-sellout on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in March-November. You'll find a wide a wide selection of produce, bedding plants, flowers, and baked goods. There are friendly faces at the booths of this easy-to-find market, situated in the front parking lot of a shopping center in the 1700 block of Scottsville Road and near lots of other retail and dining options.
You can shop year-round at this store on Nashville Road featuring produce, jewelry, meats and more. The Community Farmers Market is open from 2-6pm on Tuesdays and 8am-1pm on Saturdays. Though it has a brick and mortar store, vendors are setting up outside to provide more space between each booth.
The farmers market has one entrance and one exit to help with traffic flow, and vendors will handle the items for sale. Click here for a list of vendors to place pre-orders or request curbside service.
Bowling Green's downtown farmers market features an outdoor market from 8am-1pm on Saturdays, You'll often find a couple of wineries here on Saturdays, as well as florists, meat producers, craftspeople and farmers.
SOKY Marketplace is offering curbside service at its adjacent Crop Shop at 636 Center St. Call or text 270-202-0256 or email email@example.com to pick up your items on Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 10am to noon. You can also call, text or email to schedule delivery for Thursday and Friday afternoons. Shoppers should plan to use electronic payments, whether they are shopping at the market or using curbside/delivery.
We are proud of the caliber of farmers markets that Bowling Green has to offer, and we love showcasing the businesses who help get food to our tables.
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