Explore the Maker’s Market for locally made and grown treasures! Hosted every Thursday evening in Orchard Park, historic downtown Farmington.
The Downtown Maker’s Market is held every Thursday evening through October 25, 2018. Located in “the heart” of downtown, the Maker’s Market features local makers and growers ... selling fresh produce, baked goods, jams and jellies, handmade leather goods, art, re-purposed items and much more! Vendors are local and if it’s handmade, homemade, or home grown- -it’s here!
Makers and growers interested in participating can call 505-599-8442 or show up at the Market 30 minutes prior to start. Visit Downtown Farmington’s webpage for the Maker’s Market Rules and Contracts. Vendors must pay booth fee the day of Maker’s Market prior to setting up. A seasonal pass is available for $105 or a five punch pass for $25. Income generated from stall fees will be used for advertising, insurance, and other expenses associated with the function of the market. Otherwise, booths are $8 per Market.
Located in Historic Downtown, Three Rivers Art Center (TRAC) is the perfect place to stop for a sampling of the local art scene. TRAC Art Center hosts workshops and classes and the Gallery carries works from members of the Three Rivers Art Center.Learn More »