Farmers Market and Art Walk

11874182018 Dates:  May 26th through Sep 29th

Every Saturday from 9am to 1pm
Located at Festival Marketplace, where the “Cardplayers” statue is, in Downtown Show Low on Cooley Street between 9th and 11th.

2018 SEASON VENDOR UPDATE (2/28/18): 88 ARE SOLD w/ ONLY 6 left. 

TODAY 2/28/18 – Last Day for the Early Bird Discount – Entire Season for $250!!! 
Tomorrow (3/1/18) it becomes Pre-Season Special at $350 for the Season!!!

BEST MARKET in the White Mountains!  We have space for 60+ booths and entertainment and educational programs in addition to other events throughout the season. We offer locally grown plant starts, meats, fruits and vegetables, as well as locally produced food items and handmade, locally created arts and crafts, so join us for the BEST MARKET in the White Mountains!

Great Low PRICES!  If you’re a grower, prepared food maker, artist or crafts person, come on down and join us — Call  Diana (928) 532-2680 for more information, or complete the online “vendor application & waiver” here on the website and submit payment by credit card via our PayPal portal or check by mail or cash/check in person.  Please note this is a first paid, first served event which means, registration is not complete without full payment.


Season Vendors get to choose their booth space for the season, depending on availability at time of full season payment, get their name & space noted on our Market Map as well as their contact information on our website’s Season Vendor Page. This is a great way to get the word out about your business and sell year-round!

Weekly Vendors are invited to apply and each week you would like to attend you will need to call Diana (928) 532-2680 or stop by her office at North Star Business Center – 141 N 6th Street, Show Low AZ 85901 to discuss availability and make immediate non-refundable payment for that Saturday.

ENTERTAINERS!  Are you an  entertainer or do you know of any entertainers who’d like to perform at  the Market?  Send them our way and have them fill out the “Contact us” form —  we are always excited about entertainers that view our market as a great advertising opportunity and enjoy giving back to the community while getting noticed in the local scene.

VOLUNTEERS!  If you’d like to help out, join our “Market Team” by visiting the “contact us” page.

SPONSORS!  You can also become a sponsor to help support the Market by going to our sponsor tab and completing the application. 

FRIENDS OF THE MARKET!  Remember to become a Fan on Facebook to get the latest news, events, and more. 

Thanks for stopping by – – “See you at the Market!”

The Show Low Main Street Farmers’ Market & Art Walk is located in Festival Marketplace and on Cooley Street between 9th and 11th streets. We are accessible from both the Deuce of Clubs and Cooley Street, but Cooley Street will be blocked off to car traffic between 9th and 11th Streets from  8:45am to 1:15pm, every Saturday from May 23rd to September 26th, 2015. You’ll know you’re there when you see our banners and the famous statue of the “card players” in the center of Festival Marketplace!
Want to get involved and help Sponsor this fabulous event?  Click here for the Sponsor application.

Support our Sponsors!
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2018 SEASON UPDATE as of Feb 8, 2018
Our Market has 94 spaces, with 82 ALREADY SOLD & ONLY 12 left … Don’t miss out on this Fabulous Market 🙂

No longer accepting applications for jewelry, Kettle Corn, Soaps, Lotions or Wooden Word/Phrase Signs.

Want to Vend at the Market for the 2018 season?  Click Here to go to the online registration page.

Click Here to view the Ven1422414995dor Application & Waiver form along with the “Rules & Regulations” for the Show Low Main Street Farmers’ Market & Art Walk. Please read all the “Rules & Regulations”, print and complete the application, then submit all forms along with your payment, keeping the “Rules & Regulations” pages for your records. We can’t wait to see you at the Market.

Weekly Vendor Price:

Just $25 a week will get you a 10′ x 10′ space.  You will need to submit application online and call Diana to review availability for that Saturday and make payment by Wednesday each week you would like to attend.

If you’re a local grower, prepare food, artist, crafts person, or have resale items that fit the theme and spirit of our market, come on down and join us

— Call Diana North @ 928*532*2680 for more information!

**PLEASE REMEMBER — ALL resale items have to be juried and decided by the Market Team to make sure our Market continues to be the BEST Farmers Market & Art Walk in the White Mountains of Arizona.

Season Vendors!

Want to lock in your space for the full season at the best price? Become a season Vendor and pay $250 before March 1st, $350 before May 15th or refer to the Pricing Chart on the map thereafter. Bonuses to being a Season Vendor are that you get to stay in one place because you choose where you want to be from available spaces at time of purchase, receive 50% off additional consecutive space, your Business Name is noted on the Market Map and your business information is placed on our Website’s Vendor Page for the Year.

Marketing our Market is Important:

We’ll be advertising yet again in the White Mountains AND in the Valley via radio, TV, print — as well as online — and we allow weekly entertainment, educational presentations and additional events during Market hours to create the biggest and best Farmers’ Market & Art Walk experience in the White Mountains!

Vendor Requirements:

ALL local market vendors must reside within Arizona or New Mexico to be eligible to vend at the Market.

No vendor permits or business licenses are required to sell at the Market. It is recommended that each vendor carry liability insurance, however it is not required. Each vendor must sign a release and indemnification form.

Your application must be on file and approved at least one week in advance of your first Market Saturday so we can add your name to our special event permit.

Parking Requirements:

VENDOR PARKING IS ON OR PAST HALL STREET. WE ALL need to park as far as we can walk and let the customers park as close as possible. It not only is the considerate thing to do for all of our customers, but very smart business too. So, ALL VENDORS can park on the Hall Street or further from the market.

CUSTOMER PARKING is LDS Chapel, 9th and 11th streets for an easy walk to Cooley.

When Your Application Has Been Processed, you will be added to our email list and receive information as a group.

Thank you for your interest in our Market!

2017 Company Phone # Email Address Description
D1 The Painted Ladies (928) 243-8174 Hand sketched, hand painted pallet signs
D2 Annie Oakly Expressions (602) 486-3322 Handcrafted leather concel & carry bags, carmel popcorn & popcorn, seasoned olive oils
E1 Jones Pottery (928) 537-2386 pottery, including serving dishes, bowls, plates, vases and more.
E2 Baer Stained Glass (801) 645-6260 Stained glass windows, suncatchers, holiday decorations, boxes, card holders
E3 Sheryl Hohler (831) 402-5331 oil paingins & handcrafted items
E4 Carl Gosset (520) 235-3330 BBQ sauces, pork, brisket, ribs
E5 Baker’s Bees, LLC (480) 603-7381 Raw Honey, wax and pollen
E7 Lyreck’s Reflections (602) 369-7564 Glitter jars, colored pencil drawing print, maybe food scales
E8 Tonto Basin Cactus (602) 370-3940 Prickly pear jams, jellies, syrup and juice.
E9 T Rose Designs (360) 480-1817 stone pendants wrapped with silver
E10-11 Krazed Kreations (928) 369-8009 Handmade jewelry – glass, crystal, steampunk, jewelry scarves, hair accessories
E12-13 Summer Durand (928) 358-6106 Soy candles, body polish, body cream and jewelry, Sterling silver simi precious stones, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, Sea shell items
Ent Halau O Kanoelani (928) 242-8382 Entertainment – Dates to Perform:  5/27, 6/10. 6/24, 7/8, 7/22, 8/5, 8/19, 9/9, 9/23
M1 Joyce’s Folk Art (480) 671-0606 Folk Art on wood, trees, plaques, pet place mats, umbrella stands.
M2 The Craft Corral (928) 368-3928 stick ponies, wood décor, handmade décor, magnets, keyholders, tooth fairy pillows, homemade baked goods
M3 St H Ranch (928) 242-6198 Goats milk soap bar & liquid. Fiber: Raw, processed, yarns, knitted, crochet, felted, woven, spun. Produce: Eggs, herbs, vegies, fruits.
N1 Modern Health Coach (928) 567-4042 Organic superfood green powdered drinks and vanilla & chocolate superfood protein powder and herbal tea blends.
N2 Alice’s Crafty Creations (951) 258-8500 Wood words, M&M saying bags
N3 Purple Sage Soap (928) 242-3575 Goatmilk soaps, bath & body products, wreaths wood crafts
N4-5 Herb’s Shop (928) 368-3975 handmade raw wood & reclaimed wood products
N6 Loyal Bird (480) 206-0372 Handmade purses, pouches, pillows, bags, hats and visors.
N7 Lasagna and More, LLC (520) 603-8171 Frozen Italian Take-n-Bakes, bottled sauces, spice, beef jerky
N8 Wiki-Morning Star Design (928) 251-0859 Handcrafted jewelry, Navajo rugs, top quality Native American Jewelry and other one of a kind jewelry creations.
N9 Prickly Pear Blossoms 928-651-2821 Vintage & repurposed items
N9 Prickly Pear Blossoms (928) 651-2821 Vintage and repurposed items we make form vintage items.
N10 Unique Crafts & Art by Laurel (602) 510-8592 Tables, solar lights, quilts, rustic wood décor
N11 Vita Hound (928) 532-3417 Dogs health and supplement products.  All natural, blended & packaged in Arizona
N13 One Girls Dreams (909) 260-6827 Handmade New Vintage & Boho Jewelry
N14 Slurp (303) 803-5627 products for dry skin, deodorant, bug repellant, cbd pain cream
N15 Meadowlark Farms (480) 332-3402 veggie starts, then produce when in season, bread, cookies, muffins
N16-18 Ribbon & Lace Baby Boutique (480) 522-7728 Homemade Jam and Pickled Preserves; Baby clothes, Blankets, Accessories, Pillows, Bird feeders, lazy susans, toy boxes
N19-20 Mike & Kelli Sukut (602) 677-2977 produce, plant starts, eggs, essential oil remedies, body butter & scrubs, roller bottle remedies
S3 Arizona Sandstone (928) 242-7899 Sandstone Coasters, Lazy Susans, benches, bird baths, etc.
S4 Dust N Sew (602) 377-2818 Sewn Items: Carry Bags, aprons, baskets, hand crafts, embroidered items, RV tire covers, hats, custom sewing services.
S5 Soapy Town (928) 532-8123 bath & body products, made in Concho
S6 Pinetop Olive Oil (928) 367-6544 Naturally infused olive oil & Balsomic Vinegars
S7 John Rockwell (928) 476-6578 Upcycled crafts from wine bottles. Windchimes, beer bottle clocks, trays, vases, bowls, lamps
S8 Vanotti Design (801) 603-4817 Wooden lamps, picture frames, coasters, pen holders, wreaths , wood carvings
S9 Ruth Sherman (928) 243-3569 Ricotta & Mozzarella goat cheese
S10 Karen’s Country Bake Shop (928) 537-5104 pies, breads, cookies, baked goods
S11-12 Creative Coins (480) 265-7271 Hand cut coins
S13-14 Show Low Main Street
S14 Pure Therapeutic Bodyworks (928) 215-0451 Massage therapy
S15 Sherri’s Baked Goods (928) 537-8641 breads, pies, cookies
S16-17 Lorraine Antiques (928) 532-6341 Gemstone jewelry, hand made with solid sterling silver or solid copper and genuine leather made by myself.
S18 Whispers & Widgets (623) 241-0316 Bath products, home goods and toys
S19 Peaches & Willie (928) 242-9560 Hand made soap, liquid soap, lotion, cream, facial cleanser.
S20 Making Scents in AZ (602) 4348861
(602) 4355241 candles, sachets, melts
S21 Pupcakes from Zie Hart (602) 647-1704 Gourmet dog treats & accessories, bow ties, bandanas, clothing, charms, collar accessories
S22 Carol’s Delectables (602) 722-1358 jams and jellies, pesticide free vegetables, and lemonaide drink & water.
S23 Nana Tina’s Creations (928) 241-8419 Hand crafted jean bags, aprons, quilts, baby items, hats, sock animal, croceted baby items, hats, scarfs, hair ties,. Fresh Produce
S24 Eagle Carving by J.E.S. (928) 241-0563 scroll saw wood items, mantel clocks, music boxes, wood jewelry, wood boxes.
S25 Nature’s Remedies & Education (928) 457-8884 handcrafted home décor, wood signs with vinyl, butterfly express essential oils, salves, rubs, diffusers, jewelry, learning games
S26 Mlky Whey Soaps (928) 739-4124 goats milk soap, plants, seeds, mulch, vigas, railings, green houses
S27 Olive & Gabrie (928) 554-6180 Low Carb baked goods, diabetic, gluten free. Arthritis rub, boo boo cream, foot salve, muscle rub
S28-29 Bears Aprons and Things (928) 240-0257 Aprons, towels, blankets, table runners, baby blankets, coloring book bags, baby bibs, boo boo bags
S30 Jim & Alice’s Crafts (623) 680-0093 hand made: wooden items, wishing wells, napkin holders, planters, paper plate holders, birdhouses. Knit/crochet items, towels sets, dishclothes, afgans. Quilts, fabric angels Christmas treets, other Christmas items
S31 White Mountain Massage (602) 577-8609 Massage, ceramics
S32 Crikette’s Crafts (928) 536-9009 mini scrapbooks, shotgun shell art
S34 Precious Sauces LLC (480) 773-4242 Hot sauces and ketchups made under FDA regulation standards
S35 Red Zebra (520) 709-2996 home décor, wreaths, candlesticks, brick brac, pictures in frams, hair bows
S36 Blue Ribbon Baking & Arlene’s Beef Jerky (928) 205-9069 Baked goods, homegrown vegies, beef jerkey  &arts & crafts
W1-2 Angel’s Meadow Ranch (928) 240-2929 Aloha shirts, soaps and bath products, leather crosses, aprons, candles, wax melts.  All made in my home
W3 Blossom Farm (928) 536-2319 produce & eggs
W4-5 Show Low CraftMates (928) 532-5339 Handmade jewelery made from gold, silver, copper, semi-precious stones & other materials.  Handmade cedar birdhouses, feeders and related items, scroll sawn artwork, souveniers and utility items.
W6 Doctor Hummus (480) 818-3800 CHIPS:  Rosemary, Garlic & Plain.  6 kinds of hummus dips , 10 kinds of vegan dips, cheese dips, pesto sandwiches and salads.
W7 Zona Tea (480) 469-4915 hand crafted locally made prickly pear tea blends
W8 Mountain Paws, LLC (951) 378-5737 Hand-crafted items for dogs and spa products for their humans. (body butter, bath salts and sugar scrubs)
W9-10 The Good Stuff (480) 200-1826 The Good Stuff – Natural skin care.  Five Elements Farm – Organic Produce & Herbs
W11 Desert Delights by Sweet Arizona (520) 312-5351 Pre-packaged home made brittle & toffee
W12 Sharon’s Sassy Soaps (951) 847-0572 Soaps, lotions, candles, shampoo, conditioner
W14-15 Mad Hatter’s Eat Me Drink Me (480) 243-4741 Fried donuts & other foods
W16-18 Poppin’ Hot (928) 242-4890 Kettle & flavored corn, hot dogs, nachos, pretzels, shaved ice, soda, water, possibly pizza, stuffed potatoes, grilled sandwiches – if truck is completed.