Experience the fun and excitement of visiting Raymore's own Original Town Farmer's Market.
Located in T.B. Hanna Station Park the farmers market offers area growers and artisans selling locally produced foods, crafts and plants between 4 and 7 p.m. every Tuesday June to September.
Available selection will vary by growing season and by vendor, but confirmed vendors will have their wares advertised through the City of Raymore's Parks and Recreation 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 all vendors must register with the market and sell only home-grown produce or homemade products.
Returning vendors can start registration on April 16, 2019 at 8:00 a.m. New vendors can begin registering on May 1 at 8:00 a.m. Below is the Vendor Application that needs to be filled out and turned in to Raymore Parks and Recreation at 227 Municipal Circle, or mailed to Raymore Parks and Recreation at 100 Municipal Circle.
Anyone with questions about being a vendor at the farmers market, should call the Parks and Recreation office at 816-322-2791 or email Katie VanKeulen at KVanKeulen@Raymore.com
Vendors are required to follow all the county regulations. The health inspector frequents the market and can shut down an individual booth as needed.
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.
Over the course of the season, market visitors will be treated to a diverse selection of entertainment, ranging from musical acts to professional face painting, to free giveaways.
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.