Is there anything quite as satisfying as making your meals with locally-grown fresh produce? Once you stop in at the Duncan Farmer’s Market and find out everything you can get from our local community, you’ll know why people make the Duncan Farmer’s Market part of their Saturday routine.
This farmer’s market runs year-round, so you’ll be able to get a taste of what’s fresh and in-season whenever you want. It’s not just produce, either—learn more about the many vendors that come to the Farmer’s Market every week.
Fruits and Vegetables
Of course, delicious, local produce is one of the biggest draws of the local farmer’s market. Over one dozen local farms bring their best produce to the Farmer’s Market each week, so you can feed your family the best. Many vendors also have fresh, locally-raised meat, including cows, chickens, and turkeys.
Concessions and Baked Goods
Walking through the Farmer’s Market and looking at all the fresh produce can definitely make you hungry—I’ve been through that a time or two myself! Luckily, there are dozens of vendors that serve prepared food, baked goods, and snacks. Whether you want a slice of pie, a fresh-baked cookie, a sandwich, or another tasty treat, take a walk around the Farmer’s Market and get your fill of tasty local food.
Jewelry and Art
We’ve got a lot of incredible artisans in Duncan, and the Farmer’s Market is one of the best places to check out their work. On any given Saturday, you can find chain mail jewelry, ceramic mugs, handmade hats, pearl jewelry, handmade journals, and more—all by walking around the Farmer’s Market.
Liquor and Specialty Foods
Coffee, fudge, spices, cheese, tea, wine, cider—whatever your favorite culinary indulgence is, you can probably find someone at the Farmer’s Market who specializes in it.
Duncan’s got a fantastic community of farmers, artists, chefs, and artisans! Not only can you get wonderful local products and food when you stop at the Duncan Farmer’s Market, you can feel good about supporting your local community. Get out of the house for a little bit on Saturday and explore the market.