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Our Mission

To improve access to locally grown specialty crops & homemade crafts.  To promote the economic well being
of area farmers & growers.  To support the nutritional well being of our community.

Market Information

WhereFrank Phillips Park, 222 SW Frank Phill. Blvd
              (Just South of the train depot)

When:  Every Saturday, April 7 through Oct. 2018

Time: 8:00 - 11:30 am

Contacts: President - Mike Melton: 918-534-6542
                   Market manager - Mike Melton: 918-534-6542


Music, Fun & Friends

Come out and listen to some great music, see friends, connect with neighbors and enjoy.


Your 2018 Bartlesville Farmer's Market Board Members and Volunteers.


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 $50.00 of  Market Money. Join at the Market Managers Booth.





Some recent Market produce




8 am  - 12:00 am  
Frank Phillips + Keeler Downtown
at the Chamber Park

What can you expect to see this week?
Lettuce, lettuce and more lettuce in many different varieties. Many also have Spinach, Kale and Arugula too. Broccoli, Cauliflower, and many have Swiss Chard. The Nou's Garden booth has beautiful Napa Cabbages and green beans! Their daughter, Mia's booth, has gorgeous onions of many sizes.
Then there's radishes, Turnips, Celery, Asparagus, Beets, Carrots, and cut Herbs and starts.  
Also grassfed beef from Jubilee, pasture raised pork from Luman Farms, and Prairie Oaks Farm will be back with pastured eggs and frozen whole chickens for sale.

You'll also see raw honey from Tuckebees and Roarks. Be sure to check out their other goodies for sale too. Roark's has lip balms, lotion bars, soaps and kid-fave flavored honey sticks. Tucker's has cinnamon-honey pretzels (kids loved those!) and trail mixes, peanut and pecan brittle, chocolate-covered salted caramel, and this week for the first time, Honey-Kettle corn!

And don't forget the fresh mushrooms from Tammy at Gam's, and be sure to ask her about her dehydrated produce. Then there's Heather at My 2 Scents who has handmade bath bombs, soaps, and serums.

There's handcrafted essential oils and canned goods from Sugar & Salt. And stop by Rising Star to get those herb starts and kombucha scoby's. Don't forget your Flower Bouquets from Lor's Garden!

Rolling Pin and Nutty Homestead and others will be there with lots of yummy baked goods including cinnamon rolls, cookies, breads, gluten free items, brownies and much more for your breakfast and brunch pleasure!

Jordan's Crossing will be there with Lavender sunscreen bars, No-Itch Cream (a must for your bug bites!), as well as gfree, sugar-free goodies. You'll also see here and there... yummy fudge, brittle, granola, honey sticks, herb jelly, bug spray, magnesium lotion, handmade dolls, art drawings, and a whole lot more!

Leon Goodenough & Family

Please keep in mind that the musicians at the market are paid by the generous donations of vendors and customers. Don't forget to visit the tip jar and express your gratitude.



The Bartlesvile Farmers Market
A full service market offering  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 and a great time to visit friends and make new friends!

ATTENTION!! We love all our customers, but we especially love the older folks. If you're 65 and older we've got good news for you! The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) has added funds for their senior program. So if you know a low income senior that could use a $50 Farmers Market card please let us know! Message us your name, phone number and address. You can also give us your information in person at the Bartlesville Farmers Market this Saturday. Thank you! Please spread the word!!


The new contact phone number to reach Bartlesville Area Farmers Market is 918-534-6542.

If you or someone you know is interested in serving on the Bartlesville Area Farmers Market Board, please have them call the number listed above, we will also be accepting nominations at the meeting.

There is more, so much more, at YOUR BARTLESVILLE FARMERS MARKET!




Bartlesville Farmers' Market this Saturday,
October 14th, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM.



Downtown Bartlesville - Saturdays May thru Oct - 8:30am to 11:30am - Frank Phillips & Keeler - 918.914.3791 - Copyright 2016