Tenth Street Community Farmers' Market is a well organized farmers' market with set and strict rules of operation that all of our vendors adhere to. We offer the very best of local growers and the products our many farmers and residents produce. All produce and products are raised and/or produced within a 50 mile radius and so provides a local and convenient market for all whose livelihood depends on their sales. Our motto is "Buy Local & Eat Fresh" and everyone from vendors to the Steering Committee are in every respect devoted to the commitment of bringing fresh from the farm produce and products to consumers. We provide a well-located source of fresher, healthier, tastier products; educational experiences for young and old alike, music, charitable organizations food stands with a picnic area and a destination where everyone can have an entertaining time.
The Tenth Street Community Farmers' Market offers the best of Barton County growers and the products our many farmers and residents produce. A vast variety of locally grown vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs, baked goods, honey, jams and jellies, herbs, bedding plants and farm-made products such as soaps, candles, quilts and yarns/wool is offered throughout the Market's season. Throughout the season special events and festivals, cooking/craft demonstrations, music and food service offer an excellent place to shop and an enjoyable experience for all ages.
Located just 1 block east of the Lamar Square at the Moore Pavilion, 10th & Poplar Street, the Market is open from April through October - Wednesdays 2 pm-5 pm, and Saturdays 9 am - 12 pm.
From Highway 71, take the Lamar exit east for 1 mile and turn left onto Poplar Street (by the Thiebaud Auditorium), the Market is at the end of the block on the left.