Presented by Quincy Medical Group.
Saturdays, May – October from 8a-1p in Washington Park.
The Quincy Farmers Market is truly a community event, that brings people together from the region to buy directly from local Tri-State Area vendors/producers and enjoy the bounty of the locally grown produce, delicious baked goods, flowers/plants and beautifully hand crafted items.
FREE things to do
The Quincy Medical Group provides children’s activities every Saturday for free from 9:30- 12 p.m. Educational herb, fruit and vegetable cards and recipes for families in addition to the free activities.
The Quincy Farmers Market accepts cash, Debit/Credit cards and QFM Market Dollars, as well as SNAP/EBT and WIC vouchers at approved vendors.
If the vendor does not accept debit or credit at their booth, Market staff can process credit and debit payments at the Market Information Booth.
2020 Vendor Information –
Vendor Handbook for 2020 will be available soon!
Did you know the market also accepts EBT, (SNAP) and WIC Vouchers and you can become an approved vendor with the State? As a vendor, if you do not accept debit or credit at your booth, market staff can process credit and debit payments at the Market Information Booth, providing vouchers for the public to use to shop with you. The market staff then reimburses you for the vouchers.
We welcome homegrown & handcrafted vendors to the Quincy Farmers Market, as well as prepared food vendors.
**Based on the 2015 customer survey, prepared food, coffee, cheese and bread vendors are desired and recommended to apply.
Farmers Market Application 2020 Coming soon!
- Annual Fee | $210.00 (10% off- must be purchased before May 04, 2019)
- Single Market | $9.00 (drop in rate)
Those who commit to the annual fee will have their vendor space reserved at each market until 6:30am.
Help support the Quincy Farmers Market
The Quincy Farmers Market is about to being and we are looking for sponsors. The Quincy Farmers Market strives to:
- Support local farmers and businesses by giving them an available outlet to sell directly to the consumer;
- Enrich the community by making farm fresh in‐season produce available to customers;
- Inform customers about healthy and sustainable food choices;
- Give customers access to locally produced baked goods and food products, and locally handcrafted items;
- Promote a community gathering spot that creates a festive atmosphere and a community destination.
Download | Partnership Information