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Original Town Farmers Market
About the Market
Raymore Original Town Farmer's Market logo
Raymore’s Original Town Farmers Market is located along the 200 block of South Washington Street (behind the First Baptist Church), with area growers and artisans offering locally produced foods, crafts and plants between 4 and 7 p.m. every Tuesday from June through October 14th in 2014.

Available selection will vary by growing season and by vendor, but confirmed vendors will have their wares advertised through the City of Raymore's Facebook page prior to that week's market. Over the course of the season, market visitors will be treated to a diverse selection of entertainment, ranging from musical acts to free fitness classes to instructional gardening workshops.

Raymore’s Original Town Farmers Market is operated by the Raymore Parks and Recreation Department and the City of Raymore. A Market Manager will be on-site from 3 to 7 p.m. on days of market operations. The market is open to anyone, but vendors must register with the market and sell only home-grown produce or homemade products.

Anyone with questions about vending at the farmers market, or an interest in being a market volunteer, should call the Parks and Recreation office at 816-322-2791.

Farmers Market Vendor Packet (rules, information sheet, and vendor application)

Please fax completed vendor application to 816-331-9426 or drop-off at the Parks and Recreation office, located in the Public Works facility at 1021 S. Madison)
 
Market visitors may park their vehicles on the roadside, as well as in the east and west parking lots of the First Baptist Church. Accessible parking is available in the marked lots directly east and south of the church, as well as two spaces at the southeast corner of the market at W. Olive Street and S. Washington Street. Temporary signs will be out on market days directing visitors to these accessible spaces. Please see this market parking map for reference.

This Week's Market Offerings
Raymore Farmers Market vegetable vendor
Vendor selection changes from week to week and as the season progresses, but here's some of what market guests may find this week:
 
01 - Rjenta, LLC - Coffee and aromatherapy items
02-03 - Hubbard Farm - Fresh vegetables and eggs
04 - Buds and Berries - Fresh berries and baked goods
05 - Grandma's Bakery - Baked goods, nuts
06 - Four Seasons/The Bow Box - Handcrafted soap
07-08 - Creative Lighting - Glass bird feeders
09 - Wright Administrative Solutions - Lemonade and baked goods
10 - Larks Meadow Farm, LLC - Fresh produce, plants and flowers
11 - Pam's Past Time - Knitting and crochet items
12 - Mike Smuder - Produce
13 - Kevin Maple - Handcrafted birdhouses
15 - K&B Crafts - Crocheted crafts, etc. 
16 - Foxwood Springs - Handmade crafts
17 - Dragon Fly Farms - Herbs and vegetables
18 - Salt Delight - Baked breads
19 - Kenneth Martin - Fresh vegetables
20 - Tidal Massage - Lotions, soaps and oils
21 - Hi Ho Sheep Farm - Lamb meat
22 - Carol's Creations - Paper jewelry
23 - Somerset Produce - Fresh vegetables
24 - Barbara Tokarz - Floral
25 - Tom Bray - Fresh and canned items
26 - Custom Wood Products - Wood products
27 - Our Creator's Creations - Breads and brownies
28 - Amy Cramer - Organic produce
29 - Creations By M & J - Hand-sewn items
30 - Hilary Rley - Cookies, cakes, etc.
31 - Tamale Dan's - Fresh tamales
32 - Nick's Greenleaf Garden - Fresh produce
33 - LT Enterprises - Berry products
34-36 - Cripple Creek Farms - Fresh produce
37 - Helga Sinzinger - Magnetic jewelry
38 - Rock the House Bakery - Bread, rolls and pies
39-41 - Craig and Colleen Johnston - Rolls and fresh produce
42-43 - French Farms - Fresh produce
44 - Wolf Creek Family Farm - Fresh produce, eggs, etc.
45 - PJ Snacks, LLC - Gourmet pretzels
46 - Terry Brown - Fresh vegetables, jams and jellies
47 - John Berendzen - Fudge and candies
00 - CJ Baked Goods - Fresh baked bread
00 - Pauline Pritchett - Baked goods
00 - Debbie Lehman - Flowers and jellies
00 - Ray-Pec for Life - Baked goods
00 - First Baptist Church of Raymore - Free bottled water
00 - Craig Bobbitt - Hickory syrup
00 - Hair Flair-n-Crafts - Hair bows and tutus
00 - Sugar and Spice - Baked goods
00 - Timberline Farm - Frozen beef and pork
00 - Digging for Bones - Homemade dog treats
00 - Keiser's Konfections - Fudge and candied nuts
00 - Arbee Honey Farm - Honey and beeswax
00 - Tom Glenn - Barbecue
00 - Ed Ortstadt - Hostas and ground cover
00 - Hidden Meadow Farm - Plants and fresh produce
00 - Little Bit Collie - Kettle corn
00 - Lil' Busy Bees - Cookies and muffins
00 - KC Innovations - Sauces, salsa and dips
00 - Patty Weaver - Yard art and plant
00 - Julie Davison - Broccoli and fresh veggies
00 - Farrar Family Farm KC - Chicken and vegetables
00 - J&G Magnetic Jewelry - Necklaces and more
00 - Summercrest Farms - Homemade soaps
00 - Alumina Polish - Lighted glass blocks
00 - Crochilla - Crocheted items
00 - WHH Ranch Company - Jellies, sauces, and salsa
00 - Brian Clisso - Paracord items
00 - Mint Gardens - Fresh produce, flowers and nuts
00 - Sandra Dunley - Homemade crafts
00 - S.A.Y. Granola - Homemade granola
00 - Flew the Coop Egg Farm - Eggs
00 - KC Exotic Air Plants - Air plants
00 - Betsy Sanders - Jewelry
00 - Betsy Thompson - Jewelry
00 - Clearbrook Farm - Fresh produce
00 - Sakota Creations - Wood furniture and crafts
00 - Jimmy - Farm items
00 - Artisan Jewelry - Handmade jewelry
00 - Angela Brown - Handmade bracelets
00 - Angie Winchel - Reclaimed wood signs
00 - Robert Weddington - Vegetables
00 - Huo Gifts - Glass/plate products
00 - Schrunchies Galore - Twists and toys
00 - Samantha Skiles - Produce and canned goods
00 - Allen Cook - Balloons
00 - Raintree Chiropractic - Produce
00 - Canine Crumpets - Homemade dog treats
00 - Kevin's Market - Fruits and vegetables
00 - Sue Martin - Cactus and house plants
00 - Joe and Jean Christopher - Veggies and crafts
00 - Don Hatfield, Jr. - Vegetables
00 - Jason Matters - Baked goods


Market Entertainment
Over the course of the season, market visitors will be treated to a diverse selection of entertainment, ranging from musical acts to free fitness classes to instructional gardening workshops, and more in the center of the market's western edge.
 
SEPTEMBER 2nd: At the September 2nd Raymore Farmers Market, the Raymore Animal Shelter will feature on-site pet adoptions. Come find your new best (four-legged) friend.

Market Photos
Haven't made it down to Raymore's Original Town Farmers Market yet? See what you've been missing by checking out the online gallery of market photos -- click here to view a variety of photos depicting market vendors, products and more.


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