The Brigham City Farmers Market starts June 17th!
We have ambitious plans for the Farmers Market this year, starting with a very slight change of Venue and including more Cultural and Food Art oriented entertainment. We’ve expanded our community partners, changed our location (just slightly), and are working behind the scenes to ensure the market is viable for years to come.
We strive to be farmer friendly and the first choice of markets for our agricultural vendors. We boast the lowest weekly cost for vendors in the region. We also have some of the most customer friendly accommodations and the least burdensome regulatory environment.
We believe the secret to a sustainable and viable Farmers Market is the result of three essential ingredients. Farmers, Food, & Entertainment. As our market continues to grow, we will continue to invest in these four key areas:
- First and foremost, we want to have the very BEST agriculture vendors in the region with a stated preference toward sustainable farming practices.
- Second, we seek out the finest food vendors serving high quality prepared food for consumption at the market, or shortly thereafter.
- Third, we emphasize a Utah First or locally manufactured vendor lineup and limit vendors offering low cost, imported items.
- Finally, we support cultural diversity through wholesome entertainment, including music, dancing, and the food arts (demonstrations, cook-offs, etc.).
Our plans this year are to host the Farmers Market on the north side of the County Courthouse, rather than the south parking lot. Technically we will be in the Bill of Rights Plaza, in front of our wonderful Carnegie Library. There our market goers will find shade, grassy areas, and more seating. And our vendors will have more service options, including electricity, running water, etc. See Booth map here.
If you have interest in Vending at the Farmers Market, please download our application.
We enjoyed a robust first season and have an excellent group of vendors lined up for 2017. We look forward to seeing you each Saturday morning, beginning June 17th through September 30th.