Farmers Market to Open May 9
The Nobleville Farmers Market is returning a week earlier this year, bringing fresh and healthy food choices to residents May 9.
The 24-week event is hosted by Noblesville Main Street and will remain in its usual spot at Riverview Health overflow parking lot located on Conner Street at the intersection of State Roads 32 and 19.
“We are once again pleased to host the Noblesville Main Street Farmers Market in the area adjacent to the hospital,” said Pat Fox, CEO of Riverview Health. “This event is a long-standing staple of Noblesville and we support anything that enables our community members to eat healthier, stay fit and live well.”
Rain or shine the oldest and largest farmers market in Hamilton County will be open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. More than 80 vendors that feature farm-fresh homegrown fruits, vegetables, meats, plants, herbs, flowers, honey, spices, wine, jams, jellies and salsas. Local artisans will also be there selling hand items which include baked goods, soaps, jewelry, artwork, quality crafts and pet products.
Visitors can make a day out of coming to the Farmers Market with the food court offering breakfast and lunch. There are take-out items for people on the go, or tables that allow people to sit down and enjoy the market while listening to live entertainment.
Registration applications are open to all vendors. A market committee reviews all applications where locally grown and produced goods are emphasized. Go to NoblesvilleMainStreet.org for more information or contact Chris Owens at 317-710-1354.