The Worthington Farmers Market

A Tribute to The Worthington Farmers Market

Our market is Central Ohio's largest farmers market, boasting more than 70 vendors from Columbus and the surrounding areas. The market includes locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables, locally produced cheeses, jams, jellies, honey and maple syrup, high quality cuts of meat from carefully raised farm animals, eggs from pastured chickens, flowers, herbs, plants, homemade soaps, and foodstuffs. 

The market is a year-round tradition that is held in the heart of Worthington. 

The summer market runs every Saturday from May thru October from 8 a.m. to noon in Old Worthington and is followed by our indoor winter market, which runs Saturdays from November thru April from 9am-12pm at The Shops at Worthington Place.

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Our market is Central Ohio's largest farmers market, boasting more than 70 vendors from Columbus and the surrounding areas. The market includes locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables, locally produced cheeses, jams, jellies, honey and maple syrup, high quality cuts of meat from carefully raised farm animals, eggs from pastured chickens, flowers, herbs, plants, homemade soaps, and foodstuffs. 

The market is a year-round tradition that is held in the heart of Worthington. 

The summer market runs every Saturday from May thru October from 8 a.m. to noon in Old Worthington and is followed by our indoor winter market, which runs Saturdays from November thru April from 9am-12pm at The Shops at Worthington Place.

 

Details

Summer Market
May through October
Saturdays, 8 a.m. to noon** (see changes)

Winter Market
November through April
Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon

 

contact

Email: worthingtonfarmersmarket@gmail.com
Website: worthingtonfarmersmarket.com
Facebook: facebook.com/worthingtonfarmersmarket
Twitter @WorthingtonFM
 

2018 Outdoor Market Changes

The Old Worthington Partnership values the support of the
local neighborhood in welcoming residents and visitors to High
Street for our outdoor Worthington Farmers Market. It is a
tradition that differentiates our community experience from
many others.

The first outdoor market will be Saturday, May 5. And while we
have been indoors for several months, we’ve been considering
many adjustments and enhancements to the outdoor market.
Here are a few things you’ll notice different this year:

• Extended Hours: We’re going to test extending the market to 1 p.m. in June, July and August as another tactic to better serve customers, as well as attract visitors who may stay for lunch or to shop when the market closes. Based on an analysis of
nationwide best practices, farmers markets our size should be open for five hours. We will evaluate this pilot at the end of August and make a determination at that time for the rest of the outdoor season.

• Handicapped Parking: The Dewey’s parking lot will be reserved for handicapped customers. Current tags must be visible in each vehicle.

• Expanded Footprint: Vendors will extend farther down the east side of high street in front of the United Methodist Church.