Despite these uneasy times, many people are still looking to support local farmers and sellers. Many farmer’s markets in the Columbus area are staying safe and staying open with changes in how they deliver products. Here you can read up on all of the markets which are still open, and the recent changes they’ve made.

  • Clintonville Farmers’ Market
    The Clintonville Farmers’ Market has shut down, but they have provided a spreadsheet on their website for purchasing directly from their suppliers.
  • New Albany Farmers Market
    When: Thursdays 4-7pm, June 25 – Sept 10
    Where: Market Square New Albany Ohio
    The New Albany Farmers’ Market is still planning on opening this summer if this virus dies down. However, they have provided a spreadsheet in order to connect vendors with consumers. This can be found on their website.
  • North Market Farmers’ Market
    When: Saturdays 8am-1pm and Sundays 11am-4pm, June – October
    Where: 59 Spruce St Columbus Ohio
    The North Market is providing delivery bundles. These can be purchased via their online shop.
  • Witten Farm Market & Greenhouse (Smith Farm Market)
    This is a year round market with multiple locations. Visit their website to see what’s in season and what locations have on offer. As a response to COVID-19, the Witten Farm Market now allows for curbside pickup as well as normal shopping. The number of shoppers in-store will be limited and everything will be periodically disinfected. See their website for more information.
  • Worthington Farmers Market
    • The Worthington Farmers’ Market will not be open for the forseeable future. However, they are allowing for curbside pickup.
    • Where: Worthington Community Center 345 East Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington
      When: Saturday, April 11, 9am-12pm
    • See their website for more information.

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We want you to be safe and still be able to support local vendors in the Columbus, OH area!


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