We welcome a variety of agricultural, specialty foods, food trucks, and a few specialty art vendors from Colorado. While we attempt to stay as local as possible, due to Teller County's high altitude and harsh environment, our agricultural vendors travel from places as far as Pueblo, Palisade and other areas on the Western Slope. You will find a wide variety of produce as well as wonderful baked goods, pickles, jams and jellies, sweet treats, and specialty wellness products at the market.
We welcome representatives from our many local non-profits to set up booths and share information about their services. Some of our non-profit vendors include the CSU-Extension Office, Teller Public Health, and TCRAS.
You will also find our amazing sponsors at the market. And, we allow local merchant business to set up one time per summer.
Children aged 8-18 are encouraged to participate in our Young Entrepreneurs Program where they can learn all about selling and marketing their own products at the market. The Farmers Market charges a reduced booth fee and covers insurance costs for all YE participants.
Senior Citizens over the age of 70 are eligible for a reduce booth fee. Some seniors may also be eligible for coverage under the Market's insurance for an additional fee.
Every week we feature local musicians at the market. If you are a local musician interested in playing at the market, please submit an application!
Enjoy special programs such as visiting dance troops, performances by local theater troops, wildlife demonstrations, and other educational programs.
The Farmers Market accepts a limited number of artisanal crafters who's work is related to agriculture, cooking and the kitchen, or health and wellness. However, the Woodland Park Arts and Crafts Fair also sets up with us every Friday and they showcase a variety of talented artists and crafters. You may contact them here:
Woodland Park Arts & Crafts Fair
Susie Norton & Vicki Cline