Old Town Farmers' Market
Better for you. Better for Wichita.

Calendar

Market dates, special events and information. 


Save the Bees Day at OTFM!
Aug
18
7:00 AM07:00

Save the Bees Day at OTFM!

Join us in celebrating Wichita’s first "Save the Bees" Day. This Saturday is National Honey Bee Day and with the help of the good people at Beesponsible, the City of Wichita- Government has proclaimed Saturday, August 18th as Save the Bees Day. At 9am, take part in the official reading of the proclamation with City Council Member, Cindy Claycomb and Beesponsible’s own Jessica Cummings. 

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OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza
Jul
28
7:00 AM07:00

OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza

Check out Ivan! The Museum of World Treasures' new dinosaur is now watching over the Museum and the Market.
In an atmosphere like no other, we are over half way through the 2018 Outdoor Market season here in Old Town Wichita. We have been having fun with seasonal produce, face painting for the kids, family friendly music and safe, clean, wholesome foods and products for everyone! If you haven’t been down, make sure you don’t miss all the great things that the local food and artisan scene have to offer here at OTFM.

THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUESTS:
9-10 FREE Yoga session with Limitless Yoga Studio on the front porch of the Museum of World Treasures.
10-12 Live music featuring a local favorite, Cathead on guitar and harmonica.

Market Tip: Be sure to pick up extra produce for canning or fermented goodness over the winter months.

COMING IN AUGUST: So many things to look forward to next Month. Start planning your Saturday mornings at OTFM. We’ll be celebrating National Watermelon Month, National Water Quality Month, National Farmers’ Market week and National Honey Bee Day! Stay tuned! Tons of activities to get excited about. Can’t wait to see you at the Market.

Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October, then we move indoors throughout the Winter on Sunday’s from 10-2pm.
For more information on:
- Activities
- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks
- Market Tokens
- Vendor locations and bios
- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking
Visit: OldTownFarmersMarket.com

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OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza
Jul
21
7:00 AM07:00

OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza

Celebrate Wichita’s 148th Birthday this Saturday by keeping your money local. Our great city was officially born on July 21, 1870. Join us in Old Town Wichita amongst the brick-lined streets and native limestone accented buildings dating back to Wichita’s founding.

Did you know that for every dollar of sales, Market producers are generating twice as much economic activity within the region, as compared to producers who are not involved in Farmers’ Markets? Also, for every $1 million in revenue, Market Farmers create 3 times more jobs than Industrial Ag wholesale growers.

Veggies, Melons, Berries, Artisan Foods, Cut Flowers, and Handcrafted items galore!
Bring the family or grab a friend and visit OTFM this Saturday, 7-noon for the area’s best selection in integrity-based foods and products.

8-12: Farm-to-Table Brunch menu at In Season Bistro.
9-10 FREE Yoga session with Roxanne Nelson
Come out and enjoy the great weather and community with fellow Yogis. Beginners welcome!
10-12 Live music by The Calm
Since 2010, The Calm has performed around the Wichita area playing an eclectic fusion of rock and hard blues. This powerful four-piece consists of experienced musicians hailing from many musical backgrounds adding to the depth of the band’s overall sound. From their unique, rhythmic forward, and soulful guitar parts to the driving foundation of bass and drums, The Calm makes sure to keep fans entertained. 

OTFM. Better for you. Better for Wichita.
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Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October.
For more information on:
- Activities
- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks
- Market Tokens
- Vendors
- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking
Visit: OldTownFarmersMarket.com

Support Market Operations by purchasing a T-Shirt for only $15 or a Farm-to-Table brunch at In Season Bistro. For you gardeners, source the highest quality in safe and easy to use Organic garden Fertilizers and Pest Control products brought to you by FarmShop LLC and found at the Market’s Information Booth.

-Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags or purchase upcycled reusable mesh produce bags at the Information Booth for only $1.00 ea.

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors, Serenity Farm CSA, Orie's Farm Fresh, One Feather Farm or Muddy Boots Farm by bringing in your used egg cartons.

Angry Pepper Salsa, Sarah Jane's, Good for a Change Bakery, Belle & Buddy's Kitchen and Holmes-Made Salsa all welcome jar returns from their customers and a few offer discounts!
-Recycle your wine bottles with Lisa at tlc designs
tlc designs.
-Buttons, snaps and children’s shoe re-purposing can be found at Kathy's Quilts and Crafts.

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OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza
Jul
14
7:00 AM07:00

OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza

Do you know where your food comes from?

Here at OTFM we take pride in setting a higher standard for food offered at Market. In addition to other requirements, our Market Standards ensure that all vendors adhere to the following:
- All produce must be grown in Kansas.
- Meat and poultry products must be raised and processed in Kansas.
- Priority is given to vendors who offer artisan foods made from market-purchased items and/or Kansas-produced fresh and healthful ingredients.

Better for you. Better for Wichita.

Never assume! Always ask the vendor about their products and ask farmers about their growing practices.

Know your farmer. Know your food.

Special Events:

9-10 FREE Yoga session with Amber Davey Yoga on the front porch of the Museum of World Treasures

10-12 Live music by Joe Stumpe.
Joe Stumpe is a Wichita, Kan.-based singer-songwriter and member of the band Fly By Night. He plays a blend of rock-pop and country covers, as well as a few original songs.

Also, it’s National Everybody Deserves a Massage Week! – so stop by and treat yourself to a massage at MÜV Fitness and Massage. You'll be glad you did.

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Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October.
For more information on:
- Activities
- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks
- Market Tokens
- Vendors
- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking
Visit: OldTownFarmersMarket.com

Support Market Operations by purchasing a T-Shirt for only $15 or a Farm-to-Table brunch at In Season Bistro. For you gardeners, source the highest quality in safe and easy to use Organic garden Fertilizers and Pest Control products brought to you by FarmShop LLC and found at the Market’s Information Booth.

-Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags or purchase upcycled reusable mesh produce bags at the Information Booth for only $1.00 ea.

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors, Orie's Farm Fresh, Serenity Farm CSA, One Feather Farm or Muddy Boots Farm by bringing in your used egg cartons.

Angry Pepper Salsa, Sarah Jane's Salsa, Good for a Change Bakery, Belle & Buddy's Kitchen and Holmes-Made Salsa all welcome jar returns from their customers and a few offer discounts!

-Recycle your wine bottles with Lisa at tlc designs.

-Buttons, snaps and children’s shoe re-purposing can be found at Kathy's Quilts and Crafts.

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OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza
Jul
7
7:00 AM07:00

OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza

Why shop at OTFM? What makes us different?

Our Market Standards:

 

- Genetically modified (GMO) crops are not permitted to be sold.

- The use of artificial ingredients, including food coloring is prohibited for all foods intended for human consumption.

- Priority is given to produce and meat/poultry products grown/raised using environmentally responsible, healthful and humane methods.

- Our food vendors are insured.

 

Shopping at Old Town Farmers' Market safeguards your ability to source outstanding food and handmade products from producers you know and trust.

Better for you. Better for Wichita.

 

See you this Saturday in Old Town Wichita!

 

Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October.

 

For more information on:

- Activities

- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks

- Market Tokens

- Vendors

- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking

Visit: OldTownFarmersMarket.com

 

Support Market Operations by purchasing a T-Shirt for only $15 or a Farm-to-Table brunch at In Season Bistro. For you gardeners, source the highest quality in safe and easy to use Organic garden Fertilizers and Pest Control products brought to you by FarmShop LLC and found at the Market’s Information Booth.

 

Special Events:

 

9-10 FREE Yoga session with Limitless Yoga Studio on the front porch of the Museum of World Treasures.

 

10-12 Live music by Buck Bourgeois

Buck Bourgeois is a multi-instrumental, multi-genre singer/song-writer based out of Lawrence, KS. We are sure to hear some soulful tunes and appreciate all this self-proclaimed “Zen Cowboy” has to offer. “With love in his heart and a guitar in his hand he follows his dream.”

 

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-Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

 

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags or purchase upcycled, reusable mesh produce bags at the Information Booth for only $1.00 ea.

 

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors Orie's Farm Fresh, Serenity Farm CSA, One Feather Farm or Muddy Boots Farm by bringing in your used egg cartons.

 

Angry Pepper Salsa, Sarah Jane's, Belle & Buddy's Kitchen, Good for a Change Bakery, Holmes-Made Salsa all welcome jar returns from their customers and a few offer discounts!

 

-Recycle your wine bottles with Lisa at tlc designs. 

 

-Buttons,snaps and children’s shoe re-purposing can be found at Kathy's Quilts and Crafts.

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Pollinator Week at OTFM!
Jun
23
7:00 AM07:00

Pollinator Week at OTFM!

It's National Pollinator Week and we will be celebrating them in Old Town Wichita this Saturday! Pollinators, such as most bees, some birds, bats, and other insects, play a crucial role in flowering plant reproduction and in the production of most fruits and vegetables. Pollinators need your help! Evidence shows that many pollinators are in decline. However, there are some simple things you can do at home to encourage pollinator diversity and abundance. Learn more this Saturday at the Market.
SEE OUR SPECIAL GUESTS BELOW. 

Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October. 

Join us every Saturday and shop for fresh produce, herbs, meats, farm fresh eggs, plants, baked goods, jams, jellies, coffee, artisan foods, crafts, art, yoga, live music, farm-to-table brunch and more! 

For more information on:
- Activities
- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks
- Market Tokens
- Vendors
- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking

Support Market Operations by purchasing a T-Shirt for only $15 or a Farm-to-Table brunch at In Season Bistro. For you gardeners, source the highest quality in safe and easy to use Organic garden Fertilizers and Pest Control products brought to you by FarmShop LLC and found at the Market’s Information Booth. 

Special Events:

Beesponsible
Make a pledge to support bees and other pollinators! First, pick a sticker, sign your name and place it on the banner in front of Beesponsible’s booth. Which will you pledge? (I will avoid lawn chemicals that hurt bees) (I will plant for bees) or (I will advocate for bees)?
They also have pencils, stickers, wildflower seeds and coloring pages available for those pledging to support pollinators.

9-10 FREE Yoga session with Amber Davey on the front porch of the Museum of World Treasures. ALSO, THIS WEEK, OTFM SHOPPERS RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT IN THE GIFT SHOP AT THE MUSEUM! 

10-12 Live music by Mark Bowling Music
Mark's music is a mix of soulful-folk-country. You don't want to miss this great singer/songwriter, live on Saturday. 

10:00 and 11:00 - Community Booth: Jessica Balu
Jessica Balu SciArt will be offering sketching demos for all ages. Learn the difference between bees and their mimics, including flies, moths, and beetles! These brief lessons will teach basic insect anatomy and how to identify different types of pollinators. 

7-12 Community Booth: Wichita Region of the Kansas Native Plant Society - Pollinators rely on native plants as a source for pollen, nectar, food and habitat. 
ALSO, KNPS will be having its Annual Wildflower Weekend in Wichita on Sept, 7-8-9 right here in Wichita! 
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-Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags or purchase upcycled NeighboringMovement.org by SoCe Life reusable mesh produce bags at the Information Booth for only $1.00 ea.

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors Muddy Boots FarmSerenity Farm CSAOrie's Farm Fresh, and One Feather Farm by bringing in your used egg cartons.

Angry Pepper SalsaSarah Jane'sBelle & Buddy's KitchenGood for a Change Bakery and Holmes-Made Salsa all welcome jar returns from their customers and a few offer discounts! 

-Recycle your wine bottles with Lisa at tlc designs

-Buttons, snaps and children’s shoe re-purposing can be found at Kathy's Quilts and Crafts.

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Father's Day Weekend Market!
Jun
16
7:00 AM07:00

Father's Day Weekend Market!

Bring Dad to OTFM! Find Father’s Day sales throughout and enjoy an artisan iced tea, kombucha cold-pressed juice or limeade while listening to some great live music and eating a delicious Farm-to-Table brunch. He would love a huge quarter pound Grass-fed beef Burger or gigantic Market Breakfast Burrito! 
Old Town Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday morning from April through October. 

Join us every Saturday and shop for fresh produce, herbs, meats, farm fresh eggs, plants, baked goods, jams, jellies, coffee, artisan foods, crafts, art, yoga, live music, farm-to-table brunch and more! 

For more information on:
- Activities
- SNAP / Double up Food Bucks
- Market Tokens
- Vendors
- Easy, Close, Plaza Parking
Visit: OldTownFarmersMarket.com 

Support Market Operations by purchasing a T-Shirt for only $15 or a Farm-to-Table brunch at In Season Bistro. For you gardeners, source the highest quality in safe and easy to use Organic garden Fertilizers and Pest Control products brought to you by FarmShop LLC and found at the Market’s Information Booth. 

9-10 FREE Yoga session with Amber Davey on the front porch of the Museum of World Treasures. 

10-12 Live music by The Calm
Since 2010, The Calm has performed around the Wichita area playing an eclectic fusion of rock and hard blues. This powerful four-piece consists of experienced musicians hailing from many musical backgrounds adding to the depth of the band’s overall sound. From their unique, rhythmic forward, and soulful guitar parts to the driving foundation of bass and drums, The Calm makes sure to keep fans entertained. 
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-Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags or purchase our upcycled, reusable mesh produce bags for only $1.00 ea. If you forget your reusable bag, there are reusable Boomerang Bags available in two locations at the Market. Feel free to take one, but be sure it boomerangs back to the Market next week!

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors Muddy Boots FarmOrie's Farm FreshSerenity Farm CSA and One Feather Farm by bringing in your used egg cartons.

Angry Pepper SalsaSarah Jane'sSerenity Farm CSAHolmes-Made Salsaand Good for a Change Bakery all welcome jar returns from their customers and a few offer discounts! 

-Recycle your wine bottles with Lisa at tlc designs

-Buttons, snaps and children’s shoe re-purposing can be found at Kathy’s Quilts & Crafts.

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Memorial Day weekend Market
May
26
7:00 AM07:00

Memorial Day weekend Market

Eat a Farm-to-Table brunch at In Season Bistro, listen to great live music, take part in a FREE yoga session and find a large selection of ingredients for your Memorial Day weekend cookout! 
This three-day weekend is an opportunity to remember lost loved ones and those who died in active military service while simply taking a break from the day-to-day monotony of your fast paced life.

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OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza
May
19
7:00 AM07:00

OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza

We love the fact that you care how your food is grown, raised, processed and brought to Market. As our local food economy grows, you can count on OTFM continuing our work in building resilient, integrity-based connection points for both producers and consumers. 
Know your farmer. Know your food. 
Better for you. Better for Wichita. 

We’re looking forward to another fantastic Market on Saturday and can’t wait to see you there!

9-10 Limitless Yoga Studio will be leading a FREE yoga session on the front porch of Museum of World Treasures

10-12 Live music with Trevor Stewart
Playing original jazz, classical and some rock on a unique instrument called the Chapman Stick. This really cool instrument allows the musician to play two guitars simultaneously along with a viola and dulcimer. 

Community Booth:
Stop by the Mayflower Clinic booth for free, on-site blood pressure and blood sugar checks and learn more about their low cost healthcare plans. This great organization helps low income working adults with healthcare services including free labs, X-rays and CT scans.

OTFM accepts SNAP! Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Stop by the Information Booth for a cup of The Spice Merchant - Wichita’s Original Gourmet Coffee Roaster organic coffee, ice water, or Market-infused water! Coffee and water are free if you provide your own reusable mug. Compostable, eco-conscious cups are available for $1.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags or purchase our upcycled, reusable mesh produce bags for only $1.00 ea. If you forget your reusable bag, there are reusable Boomerang Bags - Wichita Chapteravailable in two locations at the Market. Feel free to take one, but be sure it boomerangs back to the Market next week!

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors (Muddy Boots FarmOrie's Farm Fresh andSerenity Farm CSA) by bringing in your used egg cartons.

Angry Pepper SalsaBelle & Buddy's KitchenSarah Jane'sHolmes-Made Salsa and Serenity Farm CSA all welcome jar returns from their customers.

-Recycle your wine bottles with Lisa at tlc designs . 

-Buttons, snaps and children’s shoe re-purposing can be found at Kathy’s Quilts & Crafts.

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Celebrate Mothers' Day @ OTFM
May
12
7:00 AM07:00

Celebrate Mothers' Day @ OTFM

Celebrate Mothers' Day at OTFM!

Open 7 am to noon

Live music from 10 am to noon, featuring popular local musicians, Pretend Friend.

OTFM accepts SNAP! Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Stop by the Information Booth for a cup of The Spice Merchant - Wichita’s Original Gourmet Coffee Roaster organic coffee, ice water, or Market-infused water! Coffee and water are free if you provide your own reusable mug. Compostable, eco-conscious cups are available for $1.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags to OTFM or purchase our upcycled, reusable mesh produce bags for only $1.00 ea. If you forget your reusable bag, there are reusable Boomerang Bags - Wichita Chapter available in two locations at the Market. Feel free to take one, but be sure it boomerangs back to the Market next week.

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors (Muddy Boots Farm, Orie's Farm Fresh, and Serenity Farm CSA) by bringing in your used egg cartons.

- Angry Pepper Salsa, Belle & Buddy's Kitchen, Sarah Jane's, Holmes-Made Salsa, and Serenity Farm CSA all welcome jar returns from their customers.

-Wine bottle recycling at TLC Designs

-plastic bag, buttons/snaps, children’s shoe re-purposing by Kathy’s Quilts & Crafts

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OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza
May
5
7:00 AM07:00

OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza

Open 7:00 am - 12:00 pm each Saturday

May is National Salsa Month! Celebrate with these 3 great salsa vendors: Angry Pepper Salsa, Sarah Jane's and Holmes-Made Salsa. Enjoy salsas scrambled in eggs, as a garnish for chicken and fish, or as a flavorful ingredient in salad dressing.

Live music from 10 am to noon, featuring local favorite, Cathead, on guitar and harmonica.

OTFM accepts SNAP! Families and individuals with SNAP/EBT benefits may use those to purchase fresh, local food from all participating vendors. SNAP Benefits can buy foods such as: breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, meats, and eggs. Stop by the Information Booth to convert your benefits into Market tokens. In addition, individuals using SNAP benefits at the Market are eligible for up to $25 in free Double Up Food Bucks matching tokens to be used to purchase fruit and vegetables.

- Stop by the Information Booth for a cup of The Spice Merchant - Wichita’s Original Gourmet Coffee Roaster organic coffee, ice water, or Market-infused water! Coffee and water are free if you provide your own reusable mug. Compostable, eco-conscious cups are available for $1.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags to OTFM or purchase our upcycled, reusable mesh produce bags for only $1.00 ea. If you forget your reusable bag, there are reusable Boomerang Bags - Wichita Chapter available in two locations at the Market. Feel free to take one, but be sure it boomerangs back to the Market next week.

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors (Muddy Boots Farm, Orie's Farm Fresh, and Serenity Farm CSA) by bringing in your used egg cartons.

- Angry Pepper Salsa, Belle & Buddy's Kitchen, Sarah Jane's, Holmes-Made Salsa, and Serenity Farm CSA all welcome jar returns from their customers.

-Wine bottle recycling at TLC Designs

-plastic bag, buttons/snaps, children’s shoe re-purposing by Kathy’s Quilts & Crafts

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OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza
Apr
28
7:00 AM07:00

OTFM @ Farm & Art Plaza

Market opens at 7am

Children’s Activities
Jessica Balu Sci/Art Exhibit
Story Time with Peter Mader
Face Painting

8 - 12
Jessica Balu (Artist and Master Naturalist)
Sci/Art Interactive Exhibit: Exploring science and nature through the arts to promote inspired learning in the Wichita community.
Providing nature edutainment for people of all ages and inspiring pride of place in the Wichita community.

- Synergy Arts Face Painting
Michelle Mallow and other Synergy Arts Artists paint amazing, fun, and magical faces of all sorts. What magical adventure will you choose? 

9 - 10
Are honey bees bouncing back? Honey Bees, GMOs and Colony Collapse Disorder
Presentation by Wes Wolken of W.W. Bee Ranch
W.W. Bee Ranch Honey available through Juniper Clay canning company at the Market. 

9 - 10
Bring the kids for Falling Star Concessions - Peter Mader's story-time reading of the LORAX on the steps of Museum of World Treasures

9 - 12
In Season Bistro
Pop-up Farm-to-Table eatery, offering hyper-seasonal brunch selections each week. 

10 - 12
Live music by Brian Tiemeyer; a Kansas-based musician who focuses on acoustic soul and reggae music. 
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Market Reminders:

- Stop by the Information Booth for a cup of Spice Merchant organic coffee, ice water, or Market-infused water! Coffee and water are free if you provide your own reusable mug. Compostable, eco-conscious cups are available for $1.

- Reduce waste: remember to bring your reusable bags to OTFM or purchase our upcycled, reusable mesh produce bags for only $1.00 ea. There will be reusable Boomerang Bags available, so feel free to leave a bag or take a bag.

- Help OTFM’s egg vendors by bringing in your used egg cartons.

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First Outdoor Market of 2018! Earth Day Celebration. OTFM @ Farm and Art Plaza
Apr
21
7:00 AM07:00

First Outdoor Market of 2018! Earth Day Celebration. OTFM @ Farm and Art Plaza

Earth Day Market Celebration

 OTFM @ Farm and Art Plaza

Spring is here and after a long winter, we want to celebrate. Make OTFM a part of your Earth Day celebrations! Some of Wichita’s greatest eco-conscious non-profit and civic organizations will be at the Market helping expand your knowledge of great things happening in and around Wichita. 

Live music. 
Demonstrations. 
Kids activities. 
Over 50 vendors. 
In Season Bistro (Market fresh brunch selections) 
And more. 
It's gonna be a blast!

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Last indoor Market cancelled! OTFM@Distillery 244
Apr
15
10:00 AM10:00

Last indoor Market cancelled! OTFM@Distillery 244

The last indoor Market at Distillery 244 Old Town has been cancelled. Market producers chose to take a week and prepare for the outdoor season, opening next weekend. 

Opening Day for the Outdoor Season: Saturday, April 21st at Farm & Art Plaza. 
(1st and Mosley in front of the Museum of World Treasures)


Make OTFM a part of your Earth Day celebrations!

Some of Wichita’s greatest eco-conscious non-profit and civic organizations will be at the Market helping expand your knowledge of great things happening in and around Wichita. 
Live music. 
Demonstrations. 
Kids activities. 
Over 50 vendors. 
In Season Bistro (Market fresh brunch selections) 
And more. 
It's gonna be a blast!


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Strategic Marketing Workshop for OTFM Vendors
Apr
3
6:30 PM18:30

Strategic Marketing Workshop for OTFM Vendors

Join the Market and attend this one-night workshop for small business Marketing!
 
In this workshop:
Our panel will ease your uncertainty and clue you into the most effective methods for using websites and strategic social media marketing to promote your business, conduct market research, and advertise your business on a small budget.


NOTE: this workshop is open to OTFM vendors only.

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Spring Non-Food Related Vendor Meeting
Mar
21
6:30 PM18:30

Spring Non-Food Related Vendor Meeting

OTFM's Spring Non-Food Vendor Meeting for the Outdoor Season

NOTE: This is a closed meeting for approved vendors only. 

If you are not yet an approved vendor, please go to ‘Join the Market’ and click on ‘Proceed to Form’. For returning vendors, the application process has been simplified. You can now pre-fill some of your information from your previous application and speed up the process.

This year, OTFM’s first outdoor date is April 21st - Earth Day weekend! We are looking forward to an exciting Market season and are anxious to get vendors on board with all the new programs and events the Market will be doing. 

Please click HERE and complete your application now.


Location:

Our Office - The Labor Party building

216 N. Mosley 67202

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Spring Farm/Food Vendor Meeting
Mar
20
6:30 PM18:30

Spring Farm/Food Vendor Meeting

OTFM's Spring Farm/Food Vendor Meeting for the Outdoor Season

NOTE: This is a closed meeting for approved vendors only. 

If you are not yet an approved vendor, please go to ‘Join the Market’ and click on ‘Proceed to Form’. For returning vendors, the application process has been simplified. You can now pre-fill some of your information from your previous application and speed up the process.

This year, OTFM’s first outdoor date is April 21st - Earth Day weekend! We are looking forward to an exciting Market season and are anxious to get vendors on board with all the new programs and events the Market will be doing. 

Please click HERE and complete your application now.


Location:

Our Office - The Labor Party building

216 N. Mosley 67202

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