Fishers Farmers’ Market
The summer Fishers Farmers’ Market presented by IU Health Saxony returns to the Nickel Plate District on Saturday, May 5 and will run through Saturday, September 29. The market takes place every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon, and features over 60 full and part-time local vendors. Check out the list of 2018 Fishers Farmers' Market vendors.
Parking is available in The Depot and The Switch parking garages (see the Parking Map for details). The first 100 shoppers will receive a complementary reusable tote.
Farmers' Market Upcoming Events
Fall Harvest Festival - September 29
Celebrate fall at your favorite Farmers’ Market! Enjoy boot-scootin’ tunes, kids activities, and other fall fun while you shop for pumpkins, apples, mums, and many more seasonal products.
October Farmers' Market
The new October Farmers' Market will take place every Saturday in October from 9 a.m. to noon both inside the Holland Park building and outside in the parking lot. The Market will highlight fall farm produce and seasonal products like mums, pumpkins, and more.
Winter Farmers' Market
The Winter Farmers' Market takes place Saturdays, November 3 to March 16 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Holland Park building, extending the Market season and increasing the availability of fresh produce and other local products throughout the year. Shoppers will find cold weather crops such as carrots, squash, and greens, as well as greenhouse-grown vegetables and a wide variety of prepared foods.
Bringing a Canine Companion?
The Fishers Farmers' Market knows that many of our shoppers enjoy bringing their canine companions to our Market. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to join you at the Market, and if you plan to bring your four-legged pal, please review our dog guidelines to help our visitors have a safe and enjoyable Market experience. Thank you for your cooperation!
- Dogs must be comfortable around crowds and other dogs to shop at the market.
- Dogs must be short-leashed with leash in-hand, well-mannered and by your side at all times.
- Dogs must be kept away from products, plants and other market/vendor fixtures – both head and tail ends.
- Any damages caused by a dog (such as marking of product, tent poles, weights, or other fixtures) will be the responsibility of the dog owner and may include the costs associated with the replacement or cleaning of the damaged item.