March 4 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Shop from local vendors at the Centerville Farmers Market on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month! Vendors at the market include those with raw agricultural products, value-added agricultural products, meat/dairy/animal products, and non-agricultural products.
If you’re interested in being a vendor, you can complete the Market Application. Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee a vendor spot. Vendors are selected and invited based on the needs of the market. Additionally, there is currently a waitlist for craft vendors and direct sales vendors do not qualify for the Farmers Market.
- RAW AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS: Fruits, vegetables, grains, herbs, flowers, bedding and potted plants. The seller must grow from seed, plugs, cuttings, bulbs, bare roots, and bedding or potted plants. No resale of produce is allowed.
- VALUE-ADDED AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS: products made from raw agricultural products grown by the seller that have been processed or any whose sale a government agency regulates, such as jams, jellies, sauces, oils, vinegars, baked goods, molasses, cider and nuts
- NON-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS: farm, garden, or food related crafts and value-added agricultural products made without raw agricultural products; arts and crafts, handmade soap, handcrafted furniture, garden related products, pottery, and similar items. The vendor selling these items must have created these items. Arts and Craft items must be handcrafted by the vendor, be original and exhibit a high level of quality and design. Vendors are prohibited from selling items made from a kit assembly and reselling commercially available products.
- MEAT AND OTHER ANIMAL PRODUCTS: meats, farm raised fish, poultry, milk, cheese, eggs, honey, wool, leather and other products derived from animals. Vendors must abide by all applicable federal, state and local regulations and inspection regimes. In addition, vendors must adhere to federal and state guidelines on all labels. No live animals shall be sold at the Market.