About the Market

The Indiana County Farmers' Market is a producer-only market offering fresh, local vegetables, fruits, flowers, baked goods, meats, eggs, raw milk, honey, and more!

This means that our vendors grow or produce what they sell, so you are getting the freshest products around!

We also feature local artists, musicians, community groups, chefs, and kids' activities at our Saturday markets.

Stop by each week to see what's new, and buy local!!

Days & Hours of Operation
  • WEDNESDAYS 3:00 - 5:30 p.m.
    Wayne Avenue across from the Kovalchick Complex (in the old Bilo parking lot) 
  • SATURDAYS 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.
    8th and Church Street, behind S&T Bank
Find tips for getting the most out of your market experience here.

Payment Methods
The Market is now accepting credit, debit, and SNAP/EBT cards at our Information booth each Saturday morning!
  • Cards will be accepted at Saturday morning markets ONLY.
  • Participating vendors will post a sign in their booths stating that they accept market tokens.
  • When you arrive, visit the Market Information booth.  A volunteer will swipe your card and give you tokens.  
  • You can choose how much market money you want.  Credit/debit tokens are $1 each; SNAP tokens are $0.50 each.  
  • Credit/debit transactions include a small transaction fee to help us cover the cost of this service.  There are no fees for SNAP transactions
  • Spend your tokens like cash with participating vendors.  Note: Change cannot be given for purchases made with SNAP tokens.
  • Tokens do not expire.  If you do not spend your market money, you can use it next week, next month, or even next season!
While we hope that many shoppers will take advantage of this system, please remember that cash (especially in small bills) is still the preferred payment method for many of our market vendors!

Pet Policy
Please remember that while we at the Farmers' Market are very fond of animals of all kinds, due to PA Department of Agriculture regulations, no pets are permitted at the market.  If you do bring a pet, please tie them up outside the market area. 

Market Facts
  • The market started originally in the seventies and lasted until the late nineties.  The market was reinstated in 2009.
  • To sell at the Indiana Farmer's Market you must be located in Indiana County or an immediately adjacent county...you cannot get much more LOCAL than that!!
  • On a typical market day you will find around ten different vendors.
  • You can find items ranging from produce, flowers, baked goods, dairy products, meat products, eggs, and crafts generated from farm raised products at the market each week.
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See you at the Market!

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