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Bloomington Community Farmers Market, Bloomington

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  • Love the farmers market. I'm all about paying a fair price but think it's a little pricey if you have a large family to feed.  more »
  • Opening day April 1, 2017 was our first time at the market. Wife and I were impressed with the venues and the prices were comparable if not a little hirer than most markets. However, we noticed they d...  more »
  • They have a great variety of vendors. including flowers, plants, meats, honey, popcorn, and many more, in addition to fruits and vegetables. Each week has a different theme with entertainment involved...  more »
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  • Great food, a nice variety of produce, dairy, bakery and food that's ready to eat. I love the Feast or the No Coast stands for a quick bite to eat. I like to get my honey from this market as well. There's a couple that's always selling really good kettle corn. Give yourself no less than an hour to enjoy. Give yourself more time if you like music or enjoy stopping to talk to the people you know.
  • Fun atmosphere. Lots of local vendors who love to chat. There is plenty of food and snacks to be bought from the vendors and live music. A fun place to take your family or friends on a Saturday morning.
  • One of the best farmer's markets around. Bring your own bags if you can! Most vendors only take cash, but some do take card. Check out the tamales, local cheese, the honey lady, & pick up a plant for your dorm room.
  • It was a fantastic little market loaded with fresh produce and people. Even though the second Flood with a capital F started while we were there. An old man was playing accordion, but instead of drawing in two of each animal, he only attracted dogs and people who like accordion music. Still could get a croissant in the driving rain. Caught a Kabuto; would shop there again.
  • I refer to it as the Bloomington Saturday Morning Market. Grate place to pick up fresh produce,wild mushrooms while in season. Check out the tamales while your there.