Located on the Historic Museum Square, the Downtown Bloomington Farmers’ Market is managed and staffed by the City of Bloomington’s Economic & Community Development Department.
The Downtown Bloomington Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market offering a wide array of farm products — including vegetables, fruits, cheeses, pork, beef, free-range poultry and eggs, flowers, plants, herbs, and more grown and produced by the individual selling these items!
When the market returns to the McLean County Museum of History Square in May, we will be following current COVID-19 guidelines provided to us from the Illinois Farmers Market Association and will be following State of Illinois and CDC requirements.
Maintain the required 6′ distance between yourself, market staff, vendors, and other shoppers
Do not enter if sick
Wear a face covering at all times, per state guidelines
Use touchless payments if possible
SNAP/LINK customers can use their LINK cards for tokens and LINK Match Coupons.
At home, wash all products thoroughly before consuming them.
Be patient, and kind – we’re all in this together.
The primary purpose of the Farmers’ Market is to help energize Downtown Bloomington by providing a forum where urban residents can deal directly with the farmers who grow their food products, increasing their knowledge and appreciation for the quality and benefits of locally grown and produced agricultural products.
Supporting goals include the following:
- Provide growers and producers of Illinois agricultural commodities and other farm-related products with alternative marketing opportunities.
- Promote the sale of Illinois-grown farm products.
- Improve the variety, freshness, taste, and nutritional value of produce available to consumers in the McLean County area.
The Market is open from 7:30 a.m. to 12/Noon May-October and then moves Indoors from November – April
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