The Edwards Farmers Market funs from 9:30am-1:30pm every Saturday through September 13th! Get there early for the best selection!
We’re expanding BEYOND music for the 2014 Edwards Farmers Market with a wide variety of great events!
The Edwards Farmers’ Market is an old-fashioned farmers’ market, focusing on farm and food products. Almost all of our customers are locals or second homeowners. They are health conscious and are looking for fresh, natural and/or organic products. Many customers are now doing much of their weekly food shopping at the Edwards Market and are leaving with 3-5 shopping bags full of the freshest, most flavorful and highest quality Colorado fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese, eggs, honey and gourmet foods.
2014 Approved Vendors
Some of the best vendors in Colorado participate in the Edwards Farmers Market.
Visit us soon! Pets are welcome.
Hours are 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
We are excited to return for 2014!
The Edwards Farmers’ Market is an old-fashioned farm and food market. It’s the LOCALS’ market and the favorite market of second homeowners. This year marks our eleventh year of operation and we have some changes to the market to celebrate. We have decided to expand BEYOND music, bringing pet shows, magic, clowns and more! Check out the full schedule of events here. We’ll also have electric bike demos weekly, a rotating non-profit booth, and a space for Gypsum businesses to share the down valley love. However there will still be live music entertainment and dozens of booths with great food, produce and even some Colorado home grown crafts.
We specialize in fresh, local food, have a central location in downtown Edwards and have convenient, free, on-site parking. Customers are health conscious and are looking for natural and fresh products with great taste.
Pets are welcome!
Free, convenient, on-site parking.
The Edwards Farmers’ Market focuses on high quality Colorado farm and gourmet food products and it attracts some of the finest farmers and food vendors in Colorado. Farmers arrive early on Saturday mornings with refrigerated trucks loaded with freshly-picked conventional and organic fruit & vegetables and with Colorado lamb, beef, pork, chicken, eggs, honey and cheese. Gourmet food vendors come from all over Colorado with their freshly-made specialties.
Fruit and vegetables at the Edwards Farmers’ Market are picked just hours before you buy them. Fruit and vegetables at supermarkets are picked days and sometimes a week or more before you buy them. You can really taste the difference between vine and tree ripened Colorado fruit/vegetables and generic supermarket fare that is often picked green and shipped from hundreds or even thousands of miles away.
Specialty food vendors work from colorful tents selling freshly-made breads, pastries and pies. Others offer a delightful selection of Colorado meats; wild Alaskan seafood; pastas & sauces; jams; olive oils & balsamic vinegars; tamales; organic spices; french table linens and more. You can do much of your entire week’s food shopping at the Edwards Farmers’ Market. Selections vary weekly so arrive early for best selection.
Stop by and enjoy the market’s ambiance. Meet friends and neighbors and relax in the shade. Popular food vendors provide breakfast, brunch, Chinese dumplings, tamales, Indian specialties and more to delight your palate.
Market dates for summer 2014 are every Saturday, from June 14 through September 13.
Hours are 9:30 a.m. til 1:30 p.m. Pets are welcome! Free, convenient, on-site parking.
If you are interested in becoming a vendor at the Edwards Farmers’ Market, please visit the Info for Potential Vendors page on this site.
Edwards Corner is home to unique businesses offering fine dining, great retail and essential services. Be sure to check them out when here for the market!
We are grateful for the help and support of our sponsors, without whom the Edwards Farmers’ Market would not be possible.
Getting to the Edwards Farmers’ Market
Get off I-70 at Edwards, Exit 163 – Drive South about 1/2 mile to the first large commercial intersection (Route 6) and you’re there: Edwards Corner. Look for the colorful tents on your left.