Join us every Saturday on Historic 25th Street from 8 am – 1 pm through September 11th, 2021.
Parking is available North of 25th street in Electric Alley, the District Court parking lot to the south of 25th street and the Municipal Building parking lot just south of the Ogden City Municipal Building.
Don’t forget your yoga mat, because yoga starts at 9 am in the Municipal Park.
Your furry friends are absolutely welcome to attend the market along with you. Please be attentive of the temperature and that the ground may be much hotter than ambient temperature and could hurt their paws.
Live music from local musicians starts at 9:30 am and 11:30 at the mainstage near Alleged at the intersection of Lincoln Ave and 25th Street.
Buskers are located on each block throughout the market near water stations. We encourage you to bring your own refillable water bottle to stay hydrated.
We do not allow vendors to use plastic bags when selling but you can bring your own reusable shopping bag. If you do not have one, we sell reusable shopping bags at the info booth at the intersection of Grant Ave and 25th Street.
Do you have a Horizon EBT card?
Visit the info booth at Grant Ave and 25th Street to get SNAP tokens and receive FREE Double Up Food Bucks to purchase locally grown fruits and veggies. Visit www.doubleuputah.org for more information about the program.
Bring a friend and we look forward to seeing you each Saturday through September 11, 2021.
Farmers Market Ogden Series strives to provide awareness of, and access to, local agriculture while utilizing vendors, musicians, artists, and community partners to create an inclusionary culture of urban arts and community engagement. The Farmers Market Ogden series acts as a community drawing board for urban development and reflects a large economic impact annually.
As the largest season of the Farmers Market Ogden Series, the Summer market strives to provide an opportunity for new and growing businesses to expand their customer base and brand, promote locally grown produce, highlight existing businesses on Historic 25th Street, and create an inclusive culture for patrons and community members.