To improve local access to locally grown and made products, to the economic benefit of area farmers and the nutritional well-being of the local population. “Locally grown/made” is defined as being within a one hundred (100) mile radius of Bartlesville, OK.
Where: Frank Phillips Park, 222 SW Frank Phil Blvd
(Just South of the train depot)
When: Every Saturday, May 4 through Oct.12 2019
Time: 8:00 - 12:00 am
President - Mike Melton: 918-534-6542
Market manager - Jeff Wine 918-331-6199
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Music, Fun & Friends
Come out and listen to some great music, see friends, connect with neighbors and enjoy.
Bartlesvile Farmers Market is a full service market offering such things as ground beef, pork, pecans, cinnamon rolls, breakfast burritos, BBQ, eggs, breads, cookies, salsa, plants, lotions, bug spray, lip balm, essential oil blends, honey, jellies, ground flour, onions, kale, lettuce, herbs, snap peas, asparagus, radishes, spinach, soap, magnesium lotion, jerky, popcorn, pork rinds.
This Saturday, have the fam bring Dad down and treat him to a morning at the Market! Cowboy Scott Taylor will be singing. We’ll be having Father’s Day drawings off and on for Market Logo items, and perhaps other goodies, so come get your name in to win! There’s many wonderful gift ideas available for Dad from the Market.
Market Fare you’ll find this Saturday...
The first Okra made a showing last Saturday! There were also Cherokee Purple tomatoes and many vendors had cherry tomatoes available. The first green bell peppers of the season also could be found, and T&K Vegetables had their malabar spinach for the first time this season.
Veggies still available: cucumbers, green peppers, patty pan squash, sugar snap peas, zucchini, yellow squash, green beans, peppers, leaf lettuce, spinach, new and regular sized potatoes, Swiss chard, arugula, greens, cabbage, green tomatoes, garlic, kale, purple kale, beets, radishes, carrots, onions, turnips, and much more.
Honey, Eggs, Grassfed Beef and pastured Chicken and Pork are also available each week! Scads of baked goods from fried pies to bread to candies and cinnamon rolls. Rolling Pin Food Truck will be there each week with breakfast and many of their baked goods as well. And tons of ARTisans with handmade crafts ranging from wood crafts to soaps, essential oils, to jewelry to sewing items, and lots more.
This week’s live music will be:
Friend of the Farmers
Please sign up to support the market by becoming a Friend of the Farmers. For a $25.00 donation you will receive the new market bag, participate in specials during the season and have your name entered into the monthly drawing for $30.00 of Market Money.