About Farmers Market Events
Join us at our Saturday Morning Farmers Market at the intersection of Fifth and Pollasky year-round from 8-11:30 AM. This small market has everything you need for your local, seasonal shopping: Smiling Oranges with fresh squeezed orange juice and oranges–they also carry Matthew’s Honey and Bee Pollen along with fresh eggs (both duck and chicken). Trevino Family Farms gets the vote for “best booth” and carries fresh eggs (duck, turkey and chicken) fresh vegetables, fruits, raisins and herbs–including homemade Lavender Salt and Loofahs! G.T. Florists & Herbs have a large assortment of vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers; Tasty Cow has grass fed beef (roasts, steaks, ground beef) and Ferrer Farms has seasonal, local grown fruits and veggies. While a majority of our farmers use organic practices, Farmer & the Dale is our Certified Organic grower with seasonal fruits, nuts, and fresh Pomegranate Juice!
The Old Town Clovis Friday Night Farmers Market is in its 27th Season and will continue through the end of September. The hours are 5:30 to 9:00 PM. The crowds are large and people line the streets waiting to hear, and dance to, live concerts, purchase the freshest produce and have tasty summer treats from snow cones to kettle corn. You can view the upcoming band to the right of this about box.
We have many Certified Producers such as Sumner-Peck, Shasky Farms, G.T. Florists & Herbs and Mao Farms to name a few, as well as Certified organic producers like Farmer & the Dale. Our Farmers Market also supports the NOSH Program – “To Provide, To Nourish, To Give”. This “eat one-give one” program helps provide nourishing fresh fruits and vegetables to families in need distributed through five Clovis pantries.
When you’re done with buying your fruits and vegetables for the week, head over to the food vendors and grab a bite to eat. Our food vendors include; Yosemite Concessions, Salsa’s Restaurant, Bobby Salazar’s, Bowlzeye, Scoops, Soups & More and Mattie’s Pizza. Returning specialties and gourmet folks Glacier Bay Shave Ice, Good Time Kettle Korn, Sanchez Corn, Scoops, Soups & More, Baba’s Foods, Two Cities Coffee and Cuzin’ Babs. We have added several new specialty vendors, including Ci’s Brioche, Sunshine & Sugar Bakery and Ashjian Jams & Jellies!
Our information booth is located between 4th and 5th Streets on Pollasky Avenue and passersby can stop and buy our new Farmers Market t-shirts or ask a variety of questions to our staff who run the booth.
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Next Peach Party ~ July 14, 2017
All about the peach!
Free samples & Cooking demonstrations by the IOT culinary academy, Vendors will create peach dishes for the evening: Peach ice cream, peach salsa, peaches & creme pizza, peach tamales!
Next Pistachio Party ~ September 29, 2017
The last farmers market of the year! Come and enjoy an evening of everything pistachio!
Cooking demonstrations by chefs from the institute of technology culinary academy and free pistachio samples.
Sponsor This Event
Thank you to Clovis Community Medical Center, the Official Sponsor of the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market.
And thank you to:
Interested in sponsoring a night at the Farmers Market? Please call us at 559.298.5774, or click here for the Sponsorship Packet.
Become a Vendor
Please print and return the appropriate Vendor application for the Farmers Market, which can be found below. Spacing is limited; we will contact you to let you know about availability upon receipt of your application.
- Certified Producer Application
- Gourmet & Specialty Vendor Application
- Non-Profit or Informational Vendor Application
- For-Profit Vendor Application
- Entree Vendor Application
- Attractions / Kids Zone Application
- Old Town Farmers Market Rules and Regulations
- Community Event Food Vendor Application
- Community Event Food Vendor Requirements
*Please note that we are NOT accepting applications for Kettle Korn, Shave Ice/Hawaiian Ice/Ice Cream/Frozen Yogurt or Mexican Food.*
All Vendors must pay a $150 Market Membership fee to save their space for the Season. Additionally, nightly fees are determined by what you are selling. Certified Growers pay a nightly fee of 10% of their sales, with a $40 minimum per booth space; Entrée vendors pay a nightly fee of $165, Specialty/Gourmet Vendors and other booths selling items pay 15% of their nightly gross sales with a $35 minimum, Informational Booths pay a flat fee of $35 per night. All booths are now required to pay an additional $2.00 per night which B.O.O.T. pays quarterly to the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA).
In addition, we host the Old Town Clovis ArtHop weekly during the Farmers Market. The fees are based on how many times you participate: $35 for 5 nights; $50 for 10 nights; and $100 for all 21 nights. Please fill out an application and we will confirm your space as soon as possible. As of May 12, 2017 a majority of the spaces have been filled. Please contact our office at (559) 298-5774 to check availability.
Farmers Market FAQ's
How do I sponsor an event? +
We are always looking for sponsors for our special events. Please contact our office at (559) 298-5774 for more information.
How can my band participate in Old Town Clovis events? +
Please send correspondence, including an .mp3 file or link to your web site, to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be in contact with you by the end of April for Farmers Market band considerations. Please be advised that many of our popular bands have been coming for years so they get first priority.
If it’s too hot do you close the Farmers Market? +
No, our Friday Night Farmers Market is open every Friday regardless of the temperature! If it is too hot for you on Friday night, please take advantage of our Saturday Morning Farmers Market at the intersection of Bullard and Pollasky, year round.
How much does it cost to participate in the Farmers Market? +
All Vendors must pay a $150 Market Membership fee to save their space for the Season. Additionally, nightly fees are determined by what you are selling. Certified Growers pay a nightly fee of 10% of their sales, with a $40 minimum, Entrée vendors pay a nightly fee of $165, Specialty/Gourmet Vendors and other booths selling items pay 15% of their nightly sales with a $35 minimum, Informational Booths pay a flat fee of $35 per night.
What band is playing at the Farmers Market this week? +
The Friday Night Farmers Market has the hottest bands in the Central Valley! You can find a complete band listing here.
Can I bring my dog to the Farmers Market? +
No. The City of Clovis has a “No Pet” ordinance and pets are not allowed at any Old Town event.
Where is the Farmers Market located? +
The Friday Night Farmers Market is located on Pollasky Avenue between Third and Fifth Street. Occasionally we will extend the Market from Third Street to Bullard for special events within the Market, such as for ArtHops. The Saturday Morning Farmers Market is located in the Old DMV Parking lot across from Central Valley Community Bank, next to Fire Station #1 at the intersection of Pollasky and Bullard.
What are the hours of the Farmers Market? +
The Friday Night Farmers Market runs from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm, May through the end of September. The Saturday Morning Farmers Market runs from 8:30 am to 11 am year round.
How do I become a vendor for the Farmers Market? +
Please print and return the appropriate Vendor application for the Farmers Market, which can be found on our Farmers Market page under “Become a Vendor.” Spacing is limited; we will contact you to let you know about availability upon receipt of your application.
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