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ARKANSAS COUNTY

 North Market, Pat West, Main & Sixth Street, Stuttgart; (870) 282-3384. Open
 Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from 7:00-11:30 a.m. May thru September.
 During peak harvest, the market may be open Monday thru Saturday. Produce,
 Baked Goods and Crafts grown or produced in Arkansas County.

 South Market, Pat West, The Triangle, 13th and Jefferson, DeWitt; (870) 282-
 3384. Open Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 7:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. May thru
 September. During peak harvest, the market may be open Monday thru
 Saturday. Produce, Baked Goods and Crafts grown or produced in
 Arkansas County.

ASHLEY COUNTY

 Ashley County Farmers’ Market, Highway 82 in Crossett. Seasonal market,
 open Monday & Saturday. For more info contact Crossett Chamber of
 Commerce (870) 364-6591.

BAXTER COUNTY

Cotter Farmers’ Market, Jane Flowers, Cotter Roadside Park, Cotter, 72626;
(870) 435-6524. Open every Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – noon, June through
October. Located on Highway 62 next to Cotter Water Tower.

Mountain Home Farmers’ Market, Courthouse Square, Mountain Home,
72653; Mountain Home City Hall, (870) 425-5116. Open every Wednesday and
Saturday from 6 a.m.-Noon, May thru November.

Norfork Open Air Market, (870) 499-5514, Norfork, 72658. Friday, 9:00 a.m. to
Noon, May – October; first Saturday of each month 9:00a.m. – 4:00 p.m.,
January - December. Baked goods, landscaping plants, homemade jams,
jellies and preserves, crafts and handmade jewelry. Located at Highway 5
South &Andy Lane in Downtown Norfork (across from Post Office).

BENTON COUNTY

Downtown Bentonville Farmers’ Market, on the historical square in downtown
Bentonville, located at Main and Central. Open every Saturday, 7:00 a.m. – 1:00
p.m., April 28 through November 3, 2007. Produce, baked goods, and crafts.
For information contact Brenda Compton at (479) 254-0254. Downtown
Bentonville, Inc., 412 South Main Street, Bentonville, AR 72712.




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The Gentry Main Street Market, Mandy Senese, West Main Street, Gentry,
72734; (479) 721-2798. Saturday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and Wednesday 5:00
p.m.-8:00 p.m. May thru October. Fresh fruit and vegetables, plant items, cut
flowers and an assortment of locally produced crafts. The 2006 season will
be free to all vendors, so hurry and sign up. The Market is located on West Main
Street, between Smith and Byers streets.

 Rogers Farmers’ Market, Sara Adams, Rogers, 72756; (479) 381-2055.
 Wednesday & Saturday, 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. May thru October. Mondays, 4:00
 p.m.-7:00 p.m. between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The Rogers Farmers’
 Market is located next to Frisco Park in Historic Downtown Rogers. Since
 1988, local farmers have been offering fresh Vegetables, Fruit, Herbs,
 Bedding Plants, Cut Flowers and Crafts for sale. Farmers Market WIC
 coupons are accepted. Membership is available to new vendors. We hope to
 see you there! We are located one block south of Walnut, next to the railroad
 tracks. itsagreenbeanworld@hotmail.com


BOONE COUNTY

 Boone County Farmers’ Market, Park Square, Harrison. Open only on
 Tuesday and Saturday from 7:00 a.m.—Noon. June thru October. Crafts and
 Flowers. For more info contact Kay Steffen at Main Street Harrison, (870) 741-
 4889.


CARROLL COUNTY

 Berryville Farmers’ Market, Linda Jones, Historic Downtown Square,
 Berryville, 72616; (870) 423-4530. Saturday 7:30 a.m.-Noon & Tuesday
 2:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Locally grown Seasonal Produce, Fresh Cut Flowers,
 Herbs and Value-added Products.
 Eureka Springs Farmers’ Market at Pine Mountain Village, Heather Quinney,
 Eureka Springs, 72632; (479) 253-5749. Tuesday morning and Thursday
 morning. April thru November. Variety of locally grown Produce, Plants and
 Flowers.

 Eureka Springs Sunday Market, Charlotte Buchanan, glamOrama
 productions, 6 Hillsdale Ave, Eureka Springs, 72632; (479) 363-9528 or (479)
 981-1135. Open from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. May 7 thru October 8. A place
 where neighbors meet in an open air treasure hunt in the historic downtown
 featuring: Fresh Produce, Flowers, Plants, Collectibles, Antiques, Arts &
 Crafts, Music and the Unexpected. Gates reopen at 7:00 p.m. for the Lucky
 13 Starlight Outdoor Cinema featuring: live music, costume contests, shopping
 sprees – classic movies roll at dusk. Located at the 1 North Main parking lot
 under the movie mural on the Basin Spring Bath House.
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CLEBURNE COUNTY

 Cleburne County Growers Market, Spring Park, Heber Springs; Year round,
 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Produce, Foods and
 Crafts.

COLUMBIA COUNTY
 Columbia County Homegrown Market Association, Mark Sharpley, 2031
 Highway 371 South, Magnolia, 71753; (870) 234-2303. Central Baptist Church
 parking lot. Seasonal. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Call for more
 information.


CROSS COUNTY

 Cross County Farmers’ Market, Richard Klerk, Cross County Court House
 lawn, Wynne, 72396; (870) 238-5745. Open 7:00 a.m.– Noon on Saturday,
 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. May thru October. Various Fruits and
 Vegetables in season. Highway 40 to Highway 1 north to Wynne, Courthouse
 on the right.


FAULKNER COUNTY

 Faulkner County Farmers’ Market, Lionel Smith, Faulkner County
 Fairgrounds, Conway, 72032; (501) 679-2220. Call for directions. Produce
 and Honey. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 6:00 a.m.– Noon. Opening May
 28th – mid-September.


GARLAND COUNTY

 Historic Downtown Farmers’ Market, Transportation Plaza at Orange Street,
 Hot Springs. Open 6:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
 May thru October. Located at 100 Broadway Terrace. Produce grown in
 Garland, Saline, Hot Springs, Perry or Montgomery counties and offered for
 sale by the grower. Also some Baked Goods and Crafts. For more
 information contact Hot Springs Public Information Department at (501) 321-
 6806.

GRANT COUNTY

 Grant County Farmers’ Market, Kevin Jones, 101 West Center Street,
 Sheridan, 72150; (870) 942-2231. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays – Call for
 more information.
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GREENE COUNTY

 The Farmers’ Market, Larry Cupp, 100 East Court Street, Paragould, 72450;
 (870) 239-3013 or (870) 215-1325 or Gina Jarrett with Main Street Paragould,
 (870) 240-0544 .Fresh Garden Produce in Season. Located at the 100 block
 of East Court Street. May 15th through October.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

 Arkansas Vegetable Growers & Marketing Cooperative Association
 (Farmers’ Market) - Lawrence Mayer, 315 Walnut St., Pine Bluff, 71603; (870)
 535-0423 or (870) 534-5127. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 6:00 a.m.-
 1:00 p.m. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Located in downtown Pine Bluff, 3
 blocks from Martha Mitchell Expressway, across from Bluff City Furniture.

JOHNSON COUNTY

 Clarksville Farmers’ Market. Every morning during growing season. Market
 held in Clarksville Chamber of Commerce parking lot, West Main in Clarksville.
 Produce only. For more information contact the Clarksville Chamber of
 Commerce at (479) 754-2340.

LAFAYETTE COUNTY

Lafayette County Farmers’ Market, Doyle Smith, Lot E of C&C Packing
Company in Stamps, 71860; (870) 921-4744. Open May through October on
Mondays from 8:00 a.m. until Noon. Located ¼ mile west of Stamps city limits
on south side of U.S. Highway 82. Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, and Nuts.

MADISON COUNTY

 Madison County Farmers’ Market, Susan Siegele, 1521 Madison 2410,
 Huntsville, 72740; (479) 738-1018. Open Tuesday, 7:00 a.m.-Noon. Huntsville
 Square. Produce, Plants and Selected Crafts. This is a producer market,
 vendors must grow or make what they offer for sale.

MILLER COUNTY

Farmers’ Market of Texarkana, Jean Jones, market located at 4323 Jefferson
Avenue, Texarkana, (870) 772-4558. Open Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from
7:00 a.m.-Noon or sold out. Open air market year round. Market located on
Jefferson Ave., half way between Arkansas Boulevard and Interstate 30. Market
has 25 plus registered producers and growers bringing you fresh fruits, fresh
vegetables, honey, fresh eggs, fresh cut flowers, occasional plants,
homemade lye soap, fresh lavender, culinary lavender and much more.

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 MONTGOMERY COUNTY

   Montgomery County Farmers’ Market, Lisa Martin, Mt. Ida, 71957; (870)
   867-2311. Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 7:00 a.m. until Noon. April thru
   October. Peas, Beans, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Okra, Squash, Watermelon,
   Cantaloupes, and a little of everything in season. Located on the Mount
   Ida Courthouse Square.

 NEVADA COUNTY

    Nevada County Farmers’ Market, located on Highway 67 at Prescott- Depot
 Museum, Prescott, 71857; (870) 887- 2101. Located on the loading dock of the
 Historic Prescott/Nevada County Dept Museum. Peas, Corn, Sweet Potatoes,
 Tomatoes, Squash, Cucumbers, Watermelons, Honey. For more information,
 contact Mary Godwin at the Chamber of Commerce or Melissa Beck at the
 County Farm Bureau Office.


 NEWTON COUNTY

   Newton County Farmers’ Market, Jack Boles, Highway 7 South, Jasper,
   72641; (870) 446-2240. Open mid-May thru Mid November on Wednesdays
   7:00 a.m. – Noon. All Types of Fruits and Vegetables.

 OUACHITA COUNTY

Ouachita County Farmers’ Market, Ryan Francis, Corner of Cash Road and
 California, Camden, 71701; (870) 231-1160. May through September. Monday,
 Wednesday and Saturday from 7:00 a.m.-Noon. Produce availability depends on
 season. A variety of Fruits and Vegetables that are grown within Ouachita
 County. From the North: take Hwy 79 S to Camden, take exit for Magnolia (still
 Hwy 79) go right off exit. At first light, market is on the left. From the South: take
 Hwy 7 North to Camden, then Hwy 79 South to Magnolia, turn right off exit and
 market is on the left at the first light.


 PERRY COUNTY

 Perry County Farmers’ Market, Chuck Crimmins, 55 Heifer Road, Perryville,
 72126; (501) 889-5124. Opens May 1, Wednesday and Saturdays from 8:00
 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Brand new central Arkansas farmers’ market featuring locally
 grown in-season fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts, Herbs, Flowers, Meats,
 Eggs, Baked and Canned Goods, Honey, Potted and Bedding Plants.
 Located by the Perryville City Park in Perry County. All local growers striving to
 help our local economy.

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POLK COUNTY

 Polk County Farmers’ Market, Kim Hughes, Highway 71 and Sherwood,
 Mena, 71953; (479) 394-6018. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from
 7:00 a.m. until sold out (usually around 10:00 a.m.). June thru October. Local
 Crops, Fruits, Honey, Homemade Breads, Goatmilk Cheeses, Local
 Crafts, Relishes.

POPE COUNTY

 Pope County Farmers’ Market, Rick Holland, 320 West “C” Street,
 Russellville, 72801. Opens last Saturday in May and closes first Saturday in
 November. Open Saturday 7:00 a.m. – noon, Monday 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.,
 Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. Located in
 historic downtown Russellville at the Depot. Exit 81 off I-40, 2 miles south on
 Hwy 7 (South Arkansas Avenue.) Turn right just across the tracks on “C” Street
 beside Peter’s Family Living.

PULASKI COUNTY

 River Market Farmers’ Market, 400 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock,
 72201; (501) 375-2552. Open every Tuesday and Saturday from 7:00 a.m.
 until 3:00 p.m. May thru October. The River Market’s two outdoor, open air
 pavilions overlooking Riverfront Park are filled with farmers selling farm-fresh
 produce straight to you from the back of their trucks. Peaches, Eggplant,
 Strawberries, Watermelon, Beans, Peas, Corn, Herbs, Plants, Greens,
 Tomatoes, Plums, Berries, Goat Cheese, Beets, Cucumbers, Peppers,
 Potatoes, Squash, Asparagus, Eggs, Cabbage, Broccoli, Zucchini,
 Cherries, Lettuce, Onions, Spinach and Radishes. WIC coupons accepted.

SALINE COUNTY

 Benton Farmers’ Market I, Lisa Baldwin, Main Street Benton, Benton, 72015;
 (501) 315-7712. Market Street side of Courthouse. Open on Tuesday,
 Thursday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m.-Noon. May thru August. Produce grown
 in Saline County.

 Benton Farmers’ Market II, Market Street football field parking lot, Benton.
 Wednesday and Saturday- May thru September. Contact Mark Gillis, Benton
 Chamber of Commerce, (501) 315-8272 for more information.




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SCOTT COUNTY

Scott County Farmers’ Market, James Forbes, 100 West 1st Street, Waldron,
72958; (479) 637-2173. Open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at
the Scott County Courthouse. June thru September. All garden products such as,
Tomatoes, Potatoes, Melons, Peppers, Fruits and Berries are available.

SEBASTIAN COUNTY

 Brunwick Place Farmers’ Market, Paul Giuffre, 115 North 10th Street
 (Brunwick Place), Fort Smith, 72901; (479) 785-4651. Open April through
 October on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Produce,
 Herbs, Flowers, Crafts and Baked Goods.

STONE COUNTY

 Stone County Farmers’ Market, Libby Appley, Courthouse Square, Mountain
 View, 72560; (870) 269-4524. Wednesday and Saturday. Call for more
 information.

UNION COUNTY

 Farmers’ Market, Elizabeth Eggleston, Main Street, El Dorado, 71731; (870)
 862-4747. Open on Wednesday and Saturday from 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. May
 thru October. Produce, Jelly, Pickles, Relish. All grown or produced in Union
 County. Can Call for Availability.

WASHINGTON COUNTY

 Fayetteville Farmers’ Market, Roger Hill, P.O. Box 3076, Fayetteville, 72702;
 (479) 236-2910. writeroger@cox.net. Located in the Fayetteville Square. April
 through November, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays- 7:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
 And in Fayetteville Mill District, South School & 6th Street, Thursday’s only
 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. June – September. WIC coupons accepted.
 Produce, Flowers, Plants, Eggs, Meat, Arts,
 Crafts.www.fayettevillefarmersmarket.org


WHITE COUNTY
 Strawberry Fields Farmers’ Market, J.P. Saunders, 1112 Highway 16 N (
 Maple Street), Searcy, 72143; (501) 268-0725. April – October, Tuesday –
 Saturday; 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.




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