Downtown Farmer’s Market Has Opened for Another Season!

Updated May 14, 2019
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Do you love produce that is fresh from the farm? What about grabbing a bite to eat at a local food truck while taking a stroll on your lunch break? Every Wednesday, you can do just that as you head over to the 1000 block of N. Market Street alongside Rodney Square for the Downtown Farmer’s Market! The market will operate every Wednesday, rain or shine, through October 30th from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

 

More than just a market

There is a lot to do throughout the year! Check back often to see what is going on.

May 15th: get a free ride! See the return of the WilminGO golf cart and get a ticket for a free ride.

 

 

June 5th: at 11:45 a.m. you can join Mayor Mike Purzycki, Downtown Visions Executive Director Martin Hageman, sponsors Chase Bank and Colonial Parking, Inc., along with local officials, for the official kick off the 2019 season. RSVP to the event on FaceBook here.

 

The Market offers an array of local produce, plants, herbs, and cut flowers, and you can even find a large assortment of beautiful handmade items, including arts and crafts, and unique jewelry. For a complete list of vendors click here and to help plan your visit, check out “7 Things To Do At The Downtown Farmer’s Market” on Downtown Vision’s website.

 

About Downtown Visions

The Downtown Farmers Market at Rodney Square is produced by Downtown Visions, a private, non-profit organization that manages Wilmington’s Downtown Business Improvement District, facilitated by the City of Wilmington.  The Downtown Farmer’s Market is an example of Downtown Vision’s and the City of Wilmington’s commitment to assisting small businesses, entrepreneurs, startups, and community organizations toward the goal of a more vital and vibrant Downtown for all. The Market has grown each year to become the go-to place for thousands of people each Wednesday. Much of the produce that is sold at the Downtown Farmer’s Market is grown by small, family-owned farms in the tri-state area.

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