The Lowell Farmers’ Market is back, and it’s in a new location for 2020. Vendors will be set up at the east end of the of the Impact Church parking lot, where there is plenty of space and easy access to Main Street. Normally, the market runs every Thursday from 10am to 3pm until October 1. However, because of the extreme heat expected today, the market will run from 9am-12pm on July 9.
Here’s a look at what you can expect if you go.
Impact Church, which is located across from Meijer on Fulton/Main Street, has a large parking lot so look for the market signs at the east end of the lot near Walgreens.
You can also listen for the tropical tunes from the Kona Ice truck to help lead the way.
The vendors at the market offer diverse products so even those who aren’t fans of veggies are bound to find something they like. Fountain’s Fundraising was offering an assortment of popcorn flavors when we visited.
At The Red Poppy, handcrafted goods were in ready supply…
…including these adorable stuffed dogs.
Across the way, Victor and Adrienne Murdock from Four Acre Freedom were selling an assortment of home baked goods.
Their items included breads, candy and chili seasoning, among other products.
The Lowell Farmers’ Market can also satisfy your sweet tooth with Sandy’s Fudge…
…or head to The Cheese People tent for a savory treat.
Mike’s Pure Maple Syrup comes in containers of every size.
Their tent also included an assortment of affordably priced ceramics.
And if it’s veggies you’re after, Wabasis Creek Farms has you covered. As the largest vendor at the market, the farm was selling green beans, strawberries, basil, potatoes and much more at the time of our visit. They also have a selection of handmade soaps and bath products.
Cinnamin Piggott is the Market Master, and she sells all-natural products under the name All Natural Promises.
Perhaps the most unique offering at the 2020 market comes from Crafts by Sharon Mac. Her tent has a collection of baby doll head planters which can be purchased as is or you can add a succulent of your choice.
The Crafts by Sharon Mac tent also has key fobs and crafts projects for sale such as fairy garden kits.
The Lowell Farmers’ Market has been in multiple locations in recent years, including in front of Tractor Supply Co and in the King Milling parking lot downtown. However, one longtime vendor says the Impact Church location is the best spot they’ve been in so far. You’ll have to stop by on a Thursday between 10am-3pm to see if you agree.