Farmers Market and Art Walk

Thanks to our 2020 Sponsors:

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2020 Dates:  May 23 through September | Every Saturday 9a – 1p

To all of the Vendors and participants of the Show Low Farmer’s Market:

Due to an extreme escalation of Covid-19 in Arizona this week, and in compliance with Governor Ducey’s recent Executive Orders, The Show Low Main Street Board is closing the Farmer’s Market from July 2nd through July 27th, 2020.   This closure is to protect the health and safety of our community, our vendors, patrons and visitors.  We believe this is the primary responsibility of the organization under the current circumstances.
We thank you for your continued loyalty and support, and look forward to resuming the Farmer’s Market when restrictions have been lifted. 

Julia Edens, Board President
Show Low Main Street


Due to COVID 19 

We have made some changes to how we do things at the Market


  • All customers, vendors or volunteers must stay home if they are sick or if someone in their household is sick
  • The CDC recommends that you stay home if you are an older person and/or have a serious underlying health condition
  • Do not touch products, let our vendors serve you
  • Social Distancing of 6 feet
  • One Way traffic — Keep to your right, following the Arrows
  • Sanitize and Wash Hands often
  • Hand washing stations are located at the restrooms, near th 9th and 11th street entrances
  • Sanitizing stations are available at each vendor booth
  • SERVICE ANIMALS ONLY AT THIS TIME per the Governor’s Order


We strongly advise customers, vendors, and staff to follow these best practices according to public health guidelines:

  • Do not attend the markets if you or someone in your household is sick.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially: after going to the bathroom; before eating; after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; before/during/after preparing food; after touching an animal or animal waste; after touching garbage.
  • Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve, not your hands.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. This includes thoroughly washing produce before consumption and regularly washing your reusable produce bags.
  • For more info about infection control visit



Space Business-Name Phone Product-Description
E1 Knives by Coy 928-920-6133 Custom Knives, wood carving, gun stock carving
E2 T Rose Designs (360) 480-1817 Stone and sterling silver filled hand wire tied world stone and regional jewelry.
E3 Door & More Decor (480) 390-7421 Home decor items and holiday decor
E4 J Frank Photography (602) 743-0453 Framed Photographs
E5-6 Mary Pierce (520) 336-4361 Of loom beaded jewelry, baby moccasins, small hand sewn toys. Second booth will have Mary Bradley’s succulents every other weekend. Second booth on the other weekends will have crocheted items (Afghans, baby clothes, market bags, toys.)
E7 Cowgirl’s Pantry (928) 242-3367 Jams, sauces, dried soup and brownie mixes, pickled beets, bowl cozies and baked potato bags
E8 Blossom Farm (928) 536-2319 Fruits and Vegitables
E9 Betty Tiernan (480) 755-7229 Baby Clothes
E10-11 Krazed Kreations (928) 369-8009 hand made jewelry, scarves, head pieces, steam punk attire.
E12 Herb N Honey Organics 928-243-6077 Elderberry: syrup, candies,and tinctures. Honey and Manuka honey. Cbd: Oils, tinctures, body rub, jam, candies, capsules, honey, flower
E13 Meadowlark Farms 480-332-3402 Home grown veggies& produce,greens, eggs, garden products;frost fabric, soil, seeds,amendments.
N1 ranch horseshoe art 605-877-0885 Horseshoe Art
N2 Modern Health Coach, LLC (928) 358-6973

Modern Health Coach – our organic Vitality super food green powder, vanilla and chocolate protein Rejuvenator powder, Long-Jevi-Tea, vitamins, minerals, supplements, detox products, quantum, electro-medicine technologies and health services.

Hi~Vibez Farm – Microgreens available in small and large containers or by the tray: sunflower, pea shoot, radish, arugula, broccoli, kale, cabbage, oriental mustard, sandwich and salad mixes and more new flavors this season. Microgreens made using organic soil and filtered water are 4-40 times more nutritious than their garden variety counterparts! Weekly pickups and pre orders welcome.

N3 Alice’s Crafty Creation (951) 258-8500 Wood words
N4 Kathy’s Creations (909) 856-4570 Handmade Hair accessories.  Fabric Comb bands, Scrunchies, beaded barrettes, beaded combs, head bands, sweatbands, scarfes. Also beaded keychains and totes.
N5 Ruth Sherman (928) 243-3569 Endalusian and I are teaming up to offer a variety of crafts, fibers and garden produce. We will have homemade goat cheeses in a variety of flavors. Ricotta, cream cheese and mozzarella. Alpaca fibers and wool skeins, Kombucha, eggs (when the ladies are laying!) hand woven Alpaca rugs, yarn and scarves, handmade quilts, baskets and skeps; and placemats and dishcloths. Produce in season as well as Wayne’s in-house greens grown on his towers!! We offer the only greens starting in May!!!!
N6 Four Kings Kitchen LLC 9202032048 April’s Better Than Granola is a nutrient dense, grain-free, sugar-free granola made with a premium 5 nut blend (macadamia, almond, pecan, walnut, and hazelnut) plus organic pumpkin seeds, coconut flakes, and spices. It suits a variety of dietary preferences including keto, paleo, vegan, gluten-free, low-carb, dairy-free, AIP, and diabetic. Better Than Granola comes in three unique and delicious flavors. Cinnamon-Vanilla, Pumpkin Spice-Apple, and Cacao-Goji-Cayenne.
N7 Loyal Bird (480) 206-0372 Handmade, fabric pillows, purses, pouches, bowls and visors.
N8 Kathy Vash 928 536-2328 Metal Art, weather vanes, metal flags and military emblems.
N9 Wiki-MorningstarDesign (928) 251-0859 Native American Arts & Crafts: high end turquoise & silver jewelry, original carvings and paintings. Indian bread.
N12 One 45 Designs 928-892-5099 apparel for men, women and children. designed and printed locally in show low
N13 Heaven on Earth Homemade Fudge 928-243-0986 first and foremost, Heaven on Earth makes/sells fudge and baked goods ( cupcakes, specialty cakes, truffles, toffee. I also make handmade aprons, garland lights, baby comforter sets. I also decorate wreaths (grapevine, barbed wire, rope) as well as put together novelty containers with succulents. Please advise if any of these items are undesirable.
N14 Koko’s Corner (928) 229-9547 honey, lavender pillows, aprons, baby dresses,
N15 mark irons pencil art 520-345-7845 western wildlife pencil art
N16 VitaHound (602) 317-3654 Dog Health supplements.
Total Dog Health Supplement
Total Oral Care (dogs & cats)
Total Dog Joint Care
N17 Growing Season Inc 9282426341 Biochemical soil amendment
N18 Jodi Bombardier 520-419-4183 We sell home decor consisting of hand inked key holders and wall hangings, leather key chains and wooden key holders in the shape of states. We also sell men’s and women’s leather and hand inked copper bracelets, earrings and necklaces. All of our products are handmade in Linden. We use high quality, chemical free components and leather for our jewelry. Our key holders and wall hangings are very unique and colorful with cutouts of cactus, kokopellis, and other AZ related items. I’m happy to bring samples in.
N19 WILD HARE CREATIONS (928) 358-8330

Custom hand made knives, daggers, swords, and hand made from metal (brass, nickel, sterling sheet stock) jewelry by John Craft.

Samples are now available.

We will be displaying and sharing a booth with Rick Timmerman of Timmy’s Viking Wood Turnings if possible.

N20 James Oquist (928) 899-9866 Handmade original jewelry made with a variety of materials. We use cedar berry or “ghost beads” collected from the Show Low area as well as lava beads which hold popular scents such as lavender in the jewelry itself. We also design one of a kind necklaces, bracelets, earrings, ankle bracelets with numerous materials such as lapis, turquoise, crystals, leather, wire wrapping and beadwork.
N21 Sutton Weed and Pest Control LLC 9283696415 Lady bug chocolate chip cookies (no actual bugs were involved in the process). And then cute marketing materials for our weed and pest control business
N22 Tammy Lopez Dedigns 8146912012 Hand crafted Native American jewelry, pottery, woven rugs, and face painting
N23 White Mountain Flowers (480) 648-7875 Locally, home grown seasonal flowers, fresh veggies, gluten free baked goods
S1-2 Andrews Applewood Farms 360-431-9581 Schrieners brat’s (Fully cooked, Hickory smoked,) Italian, Cheddar, Regular Braut’s.
Arizona Farms Cheese Curds (variety)
Pappardellis flavored pasta (variety)
Herlochers  Dipping Mustard
Gourmet Pasta Sauce
Sheyboygan summer sausage
Water, ice tea, lemonade
S3-4 Shrimp Viche Man (480) 734-3886 Same menu as last year
S5 Chef Scotty LLC/dba:Lasagna and More (520) 603-8171 you know…check your freezer….lol
S6 Lazy outlaw farms (707) 599-7401 I will be selling home organically grown produce (tomatoes, peppers, cucumber, greens, summer and winter squash, beans, okra, beets, carrots, radish, watermelon and melons ect. ) We will also be bringing our fresh eggs.
S7 JC Leather Goods
S8 SoapyTown LLC (928) 532-8123 Soaps, lotions, CBD oil and pain creams, & lip balm.
S9 Timoteo’s Spice Co. (928) 241-0373 Sonoran Spice Rub, Sonoran Fudge, Sonoran Spice Popcorn
S10-11 CREATIVE COINS (480) 265-7271 Hand Cut Coin Art/Jewelry
S12 Blue’s Greens (928) 243-2265 Plants, plant ‘starts’, veggies, fruits
S13 Jen’s Toffee House and Nutz (928) 229-0098 Asrtd toffee and assrtd homemade beer nutz
S14-16 Market Manager 928-532-2680
S17-18 Lorraine Antiques (928) 532-6341 I make artisan jewelry from solid sterling silver and solid copper, including hand forged or wire wrap earrings, necklaces and bracelets featuring natural gemstones.  I also make fine jewelry with set gemstones.
S19 Precious Sauces LLC. (480) 773-4242 Hot Sauces in four flavors and Ketchup in three flavors. It is possible we will have BBQ sauces in four flavors by the 2020 season.
S20 Fralin Creations (480) 612-1287 clay creations, signs, magnets, yard decor, plates, bowls
S21 Gideon’s Works (928) 313-3903 Wood and epoxy Art Walk
S22 I’m Just Nuts (702) 595-3517 Granola, flavored nuts and snack.  Dessert Bars
S23 pupcakes 6023005201 Dog treats and pet accessories
S24 Carols Delectables (602) 722-1358
S25 High country products (520) 247-5938 We are a local natural artisan and gift shop.
S26 Eagle Carving by JES (928) 241-0563 Homemade Scroll Saw cut wood items
S27 Beyond Massage (928) 243-0382 Massage chair & homestead goods
S28 Show Low CraftMates (928) 532-5399

Women’s and girl’s silver plated necklaces, bracelets and earrings made from natural stone, pewter, and glass beads. Girls’ necklaces may have acrylic bicones on them. They are strung on beading wire for strength.

Various hardwood items, including but not limited to: artwork, wall hangings, scrollsawn key racks, clocks, games (cribbage boards, chess/checkers, backgammon, dice towers, etc) toys. Custom woodwork by customer request.

Note: Not all woodwork items will be available at all times, but will vary in type and quantity throughout the season.

S29 Queen Ceviche 5209044715 Ceviche, salsas, chips, lemonade, hibiscus syrup, hibiscus body care, Arizona pistachios
S30-32 Ribbons and Lace Baby boutique (480) 522-7728 pickled edibles, jams and jellies
home sewn dresses nd blankets
quilted blankets
lazy susans and painted toilet seats
benches an toy boxes
S33-34 Hand made crafts by Jim & Alice (623) 680-0093 Wishing wells, bird houses, paper plate holders and other wood items, knit and crochet items, wind chimes, wash cloth sets etc.
S35 Bears Country Aprons and Things (928) 240-0257 Aprons for adults and kids. Country Aprons for women and little girls baby bibs, Binky bibs, pot holders, Amish potholders, coloring book bags, hand towels, napkins, napkin rings, table runners, oven mitts, plastic bag holders.
S36 Tortilleria Arevalo (520) 954-7782 Tamales,   different kinds of tortillas,  and mesquite products.
S37-38 Incrediblesnacks (520) 310-5186 Nuts, dried Fruits
S39-41 Get Your Shine On (928) 580-0943 Hand decorated ladies shirts
W1-2 Angel’s Meadow Ranch (928) 240-2929 Aloha Shirts, Soaps, Lotions, Bath Bombs, Sugar Scrubs, Solid Bubble Bath, Leather Crosses, Aprons, Wax Melts, Candles, Feedbag Market Bags.
W3-5 Against The Grain Living (909) 435-6774 Zaidee Lane by Against The Grain Living- Art (watercolors, alcohol inks, resin art), home décor, handmade fabric items, hand painted wood crafts.
Against The Grain Living – T-shirts, spices, baking extracts, flavored oils, salsa, plant starts, planting seeds, natural pesticide.
W6 White Mountain Tees (928) 205-7556 Tee shirts
W7 Creative Expressions Beyond Tradition (928) 207-7978 Hand made jewelry by Sarah, ( beaded, designed, and assembled ).
W8 Jeniffer Dunlavy (509) 590-9992 Handmade concrete pots, planted fairy gardens, homemade paper, yucca and
Juniper products, organic vegetables, arts and crafts, pet toys, rocks and minerals, etc.
Baked goods and confectionery.
W9-10 Pinedora Farms (480) 200-1826 Locally grown organic produce (12 miles from Show Low),  Herbal Teas, Lotions, Anti-aging, skin care, Thermal Microwaveable Heat packs, educational programs, Holistic Wellness programs and classes, children’s educational programs.
W11 Sweet Arizona (520) 312-5351 A variety of homemade Toffee, Brittle & Fudge
W12 Sharon’s soaps & Lotions (951) 847-0572 Hand made soap, lotions, bath bombs, sewing items “bags”.
W13 Cowgirls & Gypsies Too Trading Company 9283683794 Fresh flowers By the stem from a flower farm in Paulden, AZ
Possibly some facial products.  I own a skincare company here in town.
W14 The Craft Corral (928) 368-3928 Scroll saw wall decor, keyholders, tooth fairy pillows, fractal burned decor, trays, stick ponies (hobby horses), magnets.
W15 Celestial Stitches (520) 568-3569 Crochet blankets, beanies, etc
Henna art
Wood art
W16 Judy Dan 9286373496 Turquoise & natural stone jewelry  necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, bolo ties & beadwork earrings, necklaces,  a few sewing skirts, face mask & shirts.
W17 White Mountain Thread Co. 480-381-2661 White Mountain Thread Co. is our family business. We design, produce and sell embroidered items, thread and beaded bracelets, fine art, homemade granola and baked goods.
W18-21 Poppin Hot Kettle Corn 928 242 4890 Kettle and flavored corn, BBQ, Nachos, Pretzels, walking tacos and breakfast items, shaved ice and drinks
W22-23 Bathroom & Handwashing Stations
W24-25 Coffee, lattes, espresso and nitro on tap (928) 751-8700 Espresso, lattes, cold brew coffee and nito coffee on tap. Possible packaged muffins and bags of roasted beans for sale from our phoenix roaster.




BEST MARKET in the AZ White Mountains!  We have over 75 vendors that fill our 100 space market with regionally grown plant starts, meats, eggs, fruits, vegetables, honey, jams, jellies, baked goods and a variety of other wonderful food products and concessionaires.  We have a ton of Arizona arts & crafts,  soaps, candles, pet products, CBD products, pottery, birdhouses and jewelry galore… so mark it on your calendar and join us for the BEST MARKET in the AZ White Mountains!

VENDORS:  If you’re a grower, prepared food maker, artist or crafter, come on down and join us — Call  Diana (928) 532-2680 for more information, and complete the online “vendor application & waiver” here on the website and submit payment via credit card, cash or check.  Please note that all sales are final and 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!  Season Pricing:  Early-Bird Discount of $100 if purchased by 12/31 or Pre-Season Discount of $50 off by 4/30 Cancellation are allowed with the following fees: Cancel by 12/31 25% | 2/28 50% | 4/30 75% | 5/1 no refunds

WEEKLY VENDORS – If Space is Available
If you would like to participate on a part-time basis or just once in awhile, please submit an application for our file.  Then  you may call Diana @ the office (928) 532-2680 Mon-Fri 10a – 4pm for the Saturday you would like to attend.  We will look at the Season Vendor Vacation schedule and see if we can get you in.  THIS IS ON A FIRST PAID, FIRST SERVED BASIS.  Price is per 10 x 10 space and does depend on when payment is received.  Mon- Wed $30 | Thu-Fri $35 | Sat $40.  Please note ALL sales are final with NO-REFUNDS.

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!”

No longer accepting applications for jewelry, Kettle Corn, Jams, Jellies, Soaps, Lotions, Candles or Hot dogs.  We always need edible items and produce, so if you are a food vendor, gardener or farmer… please give me a call 🙂

Want to Vend at the Market for the 2019 season?  Click Here to go to the online registration page.

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

Vendor Requirements:

ALL local market vendors must reside within Arizona or New Mexico to be eligible to vend 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.  The City of Show Low does not require our vendors to purchase a City of Show Low business license to participate in our events.  It is each vendors responsibility to know the business/vending laws for selling their product in the City of Show Low, Navajo County and State of Arizona.

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.

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!

The Show Low Main Street Farmers’ Market & Art Walk is every Saturday from Memorial Day Saturday through September every year and our hours are 9 am to 1 pm, except on Memorial Day Saturday we stay open until 2pm.  You will find us on Cooley Street between 9th & 11th Streets as well as in Festival Marketplace, the little City of Show Low Park where the “Card Player Statue” is  located.  Our Market has two entrances, one is on the West end at 9th Street & Cooley and the other is at the East end at 11th Street & Cooley.  Public Parking is located all through out our Downtown area on 9th Street, 11th Street, Hall Street and Huning Street.