7 of the BEST St. Louis Farmers Markets

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Summer is Farmers Market season and we have got you covered!  Here are some of the best St. Louis area Farmers Markets.

 

Soulard Farmers Market

Located at a Grand Hall, 730 Carroll Street, St. Louis, MO 63104

Dates & Hours:

CLOSED Sun-Tues

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. W/Th/F

7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Saturdays

Open year round 

What to expect:

concessions, floral, produce, meat … biggest crowds on Fridays and Saturdays, playground, park and plaza, BYO shopping bags.

Soulard MARKET MAP

 

 

 

Tower Grove Farmers Market

4256 Magnolia Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110

Dates & Hours: 

Saturday Market: April 2 – Nov. 5 || 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Tuesday Market: May 3 – Sept. 27 || 4 p.m. – sunset

Sunday (Boulevard) Market: May 1 – Oct. 30 || 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

What to expect:

9:30am yoga classes, splash pad opening soon, a dog-friendly market at Tower Grove (not at The Boulevard in Richmond Heights), bring your own bags, restrooms available at Tower Grove Park, Saturday market is open rain or shine, Tuesday evenings with entertainment! 

Tower Grove MARKET MAP

 

 

Lake Saint Louis Farmers & Artists Market

The Meadows Shopping Center, Meadows Circle Drive, Lake St. Louis, MO 63367

Dates & Hours:

Apr. 2 – Oct. 29 || Saturdays 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

What to expect:

Rain or shine, dog-friendly market, exclusively local “producer only” market – live music, enjoy coffee and brunch while shopping seasonal produce, herbs, flowers, locally raised meats, custom art, handcrafted items, gifts, and more. Bring your mat for 8am outdoor yoga classes!

Lake Saint Louis MARKET MAP

 

 

 

Kirkwood Farmers Market

150 E Argonne, Kirkwood, MO 63122

Kirkwood farmers market
Dates & Hours:

Apr. 2 – Oct. 1 || M-F 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. 

Open year round

See website for seasonal hours.

What to expect:

Bring your family for breakfast at Honey Bee’s Biscuits and morning out – partly shaded, tables for eating, and tons of vendors from fresh produce, flowers, and hand crafted items. Check out the summer concert series, and don’t miss the Peach Festival on July 16! 

Kirkwood Parking Map 

 

 

Wildwood Farmers Market

Wildwood Town Center, 221 Plaza Drive, Grover, MO 63040

Dates & Hours:

May 28 – Oct. 1

Saturdays 8:00 am – Noon

What to expect:

Dog-friendly, fresh produce, locally grown meats, eggs, flowers, and more! Local honey, baked goods, olive oils, and wide variety of vendors and artisans with hand crafted items. Enjoy food and drink while you shop.

 

 

Ferguson Farmers Market

Plaza at 501 S. Florissant Road, Ferguson, MO 63135

Dates & Hours:

Summer Market: May 7 – Oct. 29 || Saturdays 8 a.m. – Noon

Winter Market: Nov – Apr || 3rd Saturdays 9 a.m. – Noon

(Winter Market is at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 33 N Clay, Ferguson, MO 63135)

What to expect:

Special events, live music, fresh fruits, veggies, eggs, meats, breads, cheeses, baked goods, prepared foods, flowers and handmade items. Accessible via the Ted Jones Bike Trail. 

Ferguson EVENTS CALENDAR

 

 

Roger’s Produce (Webster + Ellisville)

625 E. Lockwood Avenue, Webster Groves, MO 63119

493-501 Old State Road, Ellisville, MO 63021


Dates & Hours:

Now open, check Facebook page for hours and updates 

What to expect:

Fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers, flowers, pumpkins in fall, two different locations, cash or check only!

 

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Kristi, a small-town IL farm girl, finally feels she can call St. Louis “home” after 8 years. She and her husband Dan have three boys – Carson, Harrison (who happens to be rocking an extra chromosome), and Nelson. A former Parkway teacher, Kristi now stays home with her boys and leads a local MOPS group. A ripple of life changes quickly taught her that adapting and pivoting is the name of the game: starting over in a new state, full-time working mom to stay-at-home mom, battling PPD, navigating Down syndrome and Autism diagnoses, and most recently walking the painful road of grief after the loss of her brother. Her faith roots have been her lifeline, and she always seeks to be a voice of truth, compassion and hope, especially in the messy. She is passionate about advocating for individuals with special needs, sharing encouragement through the roller coaster of life, and supporting moms in overall health and wholeness so they can show up just as they are in every season of motherhood.

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