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Beloit Farmers’ Market

The Beloit Farmers’ Market is opening for the season on June 6, 2020, with safety precautions in place to help ensure the safety of all staff, volunteers, vendors and customers. Please see the following changes before coming to the market:

  • Hours are from 9 am to noon Saturdays.
  • 300 guests will be allowed into the market at one time. It is suggested to please only send one member from your household to give everyone an opportunity to shop at the market.
  • Masks are required to enter. Click here for press release.
  • The entrance to the market will be at Broad and State streets. There will be a line at Broad Street with 6 feet distancing between individuals. The market exit will be at Grand Avenue and Pleasant Street. Click here for a map.
  • Vendors will be limited to food-only sales. Only 47 vendors will be featured at the market to allow for 15 feet between each vendor booth.
  • Customers are prohibited from touching food items prior to purchase. The vendors are required to have one employee select the food and another employee handle the purchases.
  • Visitors should not eat their food while in the market or gather with others. Please exit the market after making your purchases to allow others to enter the market.
  • Vendors are to sanitize their hands between transactions and maintain six feet of physical distancing.
  • Market staff, vendors and volunteers will be wearing face coverings. Market visitors are highly encouraged and recommended to wear a face covering while at the market.
  • You are recommended to bring your own hand sanitizer to the market. However, we will have hand sanitization stations available to those who need it.
  • Pets are not allowed in the market; pets have not been allowed since September 2014.

The operation of the Beloit Farmers’ Market will be reviewed and adjusted as needed should any safety concerns arise. Please follow us on Facebook at to receive any updates.

We appreciate the long-time support of the Beloit community in putting together the Beloit Farmers’ Market.  We urge patience and understanding as we bring back the market with enhanced safety precautions.

Shop in a wonderful open-air market in the heart of historic Downtown Beloit. An award-winning community tradition, with vendors selling local produce, organics, baked goods, honey, jams & jellies, bedding plants, fish, meat, eggs & cheese, fresh flowers, artisan crafts, scents & skin care. Want to know what produce and fruits are in season? Click here.

Get your reusable bags for just $5 and Beloit Farmers’ Market stickers for just $2 at our Information Booth or office.

**Effective September 6, 2014, the Beloit Farmers’ Market no longer allows pets**

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Interested in becoming a vendor? Click here for our vendor application.


June- October
9 am – 12 pm
Permanent Vendors!

(weekly vendors not listed)

Amazing Microgreens

Anderson Organics


B & T Belts

Bark N Bites Pet Treats, LLC

Beloit Pottery

Birdman’s Pheasant Sausage Products

Blia Home Grown

Books and Art by Kimberly Vogel

Brad & Cindi’s Produce

Bushel & Peck’s

Carousel Acres

Casting Whimsy Tea

CC Angus Beef, LLC

Coco’s Tamales

Crust & Crumbles

David Konowal Shaker Woodworker

Decatur Dairy MCB

Dilly Creations

DL Aqua Farms, LLC

Double D’s B’s

Gensler Gardens

Golden Bear Monarchs Elk Farm

Henna by Alexia

Hutchins Family Farm

J-Dawg Jerky Co.

Johnson Family Produce

Kathy & Hank Baumann

Keller Farms

Kopps Krops

Lilies N’Pots

Lost & Found Farm

Luety’s Pint Size Farm

Magic Mushroom Kombucha Co.

Mai & Tony’s Garden

Marie’s Bees

Mayhew Mosaics

Mentoring Gardens Market

Meyer’s Farm Market

Midwest Gourmet Garlic

Mike’s Blacksmith Creations

Mini Donuts

Misty Meadows Dairy

Mojo’s Majik


Natalie’s Garden & Greenhouse

Nina & Family Garden

Northwoods Premium Confections

O’Dools Dairy Goats, LLC

Oh Baby Mine & Urbanology Essential Oils

Panda Q’uties

Paracres Farms

Pasta Rustica

Pheasant Hill Farm

Pickles the Clown & Co.

Poor Richard’s Farm

Rock County Rocks & Gems

Rucci’s Cinnamon Roasted Nuts

Saint Roger Abbey

Salt & Light Co.

Sashay Acres Meats & Greenhouse

Sassy Sophisticakes

Seng & Pai Lee Thao

Shady Tree Farm Market

Soap by Mom

South Padre Seafood / Streetfood

Spark Spices LLC

Steele’s Greenhouse & Produce

Sweet Lily’s

Tacos El Gordo

Teresa’s Beaded Jewelry

Thao Farm

The Birds & The Bee’s

The Cheese People

The Fruitful Vine

The Salsa Man’s Salsa

The Wright Way Farm

Toni’s Sweet Creations

Uncle Steve’s Creations

Up A Creek Dairy Goats

Van Laar’s Fruit Farm

Wildhaven Soap Co.

Willow Creek Acres

Xay Lo Farm

Xiong Family

Xiong Farms

Y Not Alpaca’s

Yengthao Garden

Zoey’s Furry Friends Bakery