Farmers Market and Art Walk

OPENING DAY May 25th – EXTENDED HOURS 9 am – 2 pm
2019 Dates:  May 25th through Sep 28th Every Saturday 9am – 1pm
Located at Festival Marketplace, where the “Cardplayers” statue is, in Downtown Show Low on Cooley Street between 9th & 11th.
Want to Participate — Click Here to get Registered Today!
UPDATE: 83 spaces are sold with only 17 available as of 3/3/19
Need: Honey, food concessions, food products and produce.
No Longer accepting applications for:
Jam/Jellies, Soaps/Lotions, Jewelry,  Kettle Corn, CBD products.

BEST MARKET in the 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!

WEEKLY VENDORS (aka Pay as You Go Vendor)
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 produce, so if you are a gardener or farmer and have extra produce to sell… 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 Mexcio 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.

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.

Space Business-Name Phone Email Product-Description
E1 Jones Pottery (928) 537-2386 Pottery misc: bowls, plates, decorative items
E2 T Rose Designs (360) 480-1817 Hand wire tied stone & sterling pendant on sterling chain $15-50
E5 AdamAndHerb (928) 245-7264 Microgreens and spare produce
E6-7 Pork -n- Bits / Fodder Fed Farm Animals (928) 243-1962 Food concession, Packaged Meat
E8-9 Saw Me This Saw Me That (928) 228-8128 Personalized Desk PLaques, Keychains, etc all cut on site.
E10-11 Krazed Kreations (928) 369-8009 jewelry, scarves, steampunk attire
E12-13 (928) 358-6106
N1 Joyce’s Folk Art (480) 671-0606 Folk Art on wood, trees, plaques, pet place mats, umbrella stands.
N2 Modern Health Coach (928) 567-4042 Organic superfood green powdered drinks and vanilla & chocolate superfood protein powder and herbal tea blends.
N3 Alice’s Crafty Creations (951) 258-8500 Wood products
N4 Jen’s Toffee House (928) 229-0098 Hard Candy, Toffee, Truffles everything on my website
N5 Crusade Metals (602) 703-1058 Metal/Western Decor
N6 (928) 243-3569 homemade goat cheeses, hand woven alpaca rugs, raw alpaca fiber, alpaca roving
N7 Loyal Bird (480) 206-0372 Handmade purses, pouches, pillows, baskets, and hats.
N8 Lasagna and More (520) 603-8171 Frozen Italian Take-n-Bakes, bottled sauces, spice, beef jerky
N9 Wiki-MorningstarDesign (928) 2510859 authentic Native American arts & Crafts, jewelry sterling & quality natural turquoise
N10 BluCreek BLVD (928) 551-3830 Furniture, hand crafted home decor
N11a Whimcicle Shack 928-978-9498 Bonsai Trees
N11b Kim Sacra (602) 509-8366 Essential oil customer make and take roller balls and home made kids emotional regulation toys
N11c Elemental Clay Works – Nicole Renee Peters Fine Art (575) 770-5516 Primarily Handmade Clay Sculptures inspired primarily by the natural world and some functional ceramic pieces
N12 Cosmic bus tie dye & friends (928) 940-9085 tie dyed clothes,fabric hobby horses, crochet accessories
N13 VitaHound (602) 317-3654 Dog Health Supplements
N14 Limitless Holistic Wellness (928) 245-6999 Reiki, massage, metaphysical products
N15 One Girl’s Dream (909) 260-6827 New Vintage and Boho Jewelry
N16 Slurp (303) 803-5627 Products for dry skin and pain relief
N17-18 Meadowlark Farms (480) 332-3402 Summer Produce, veggie starts, herbs, flowers, baked goods, boutique home wares
N20-21 St H Ranch (928) 242-6198 Soap, liquid and bar, lotion, raw fiber products, eggs, produce,
11th St The Bearded Mans Breakfast Van (480) 826-5402 Waffle Van
S1-2 Andrews Applewood Farms (480) 228-2249 az farms cheese, schrieners bratwurst, mustard, flavored pasta,young living essential oils
S3 Arizona Sandstone (928) 242-7899 Sandstone Products, Lazy Susans, Coasters, Bird Baths, Benches, etc.
S4 Blossom Farm (928) 536-2391 Produce
S5 Mogollon Gardens (928) 892-8705 lettuce, greens, micro-greens, and vegetables.  perhaps kombucha, and other home and farm made..
S6 Tonto Basin Cactus (602) 370-3940 Pricklypear
S7 Pinetop Olive Oil (480) 735-1430 Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegars
S8 SoapyTown (928) 532-8123 Handmade Soaps, Lotions, & Lip Balms, CBD skin care
S9 TV Wood Designs (801) 603-5301 Home Décor made from wood, Wood Sculptures, and Copper bracelets
S10-11 Creative Coins (480) 265-7271 Hand cut coins
S12 Ella Rippey-Ludwig (928) 358-3551 We will have fudge, tarts, cookies, wood signs, face painting, hot foods, seedlings, produce from our garden and a variety of crafts.
S13 Juice Box Freshly made juice with only natural sugar
S14 Baker’s Honey (480) 603-7381 Raw Honey, Pollen, Beeswax, Lip Balm, Honey Sticks
S16 Sherri’s Homemade Bake Goods (928) 537-8641 pies, breads, cookies
S17-18 Lorraine Pierce (928) 532-6341 Artisan jewelry including wire wrapped and hand forged solid sterling silver, copper, or brass featuring genuine gemstones, and occasionally, lampwork beads fashioned by my daughter, Lisa Berczel.

Semiprecious and precious gemstones hand set in solid sterling silver rings, earrings and pendants.

Hand made genuine leather necklaces for stone pendants, artisan sterling pieces, or cast sterling pendants.

S19 Precious Sauces (480) 773-4242 Hot sauce and ketchup
S20 Tortilleria Arevalo (520) 954-7782 I make all types of tortillas Flour,Mesquite,Gluten free Spanish and Chipotle corn and Tamales Beef, Pork, Chicken, Green Corn.  All Types of Mesquite Cookies Mesquite Pancake Mix, Gluten Free Pancake, Mesquite Peruvian Flour.
S21 Peaches & Willie Trading (928) 242-9560 Soap,lotion ,ointment ,bug repellents ,lip balm , hand sanitizer
S22 Making Scents In AZ (602) 435-5241 Soy candles, air fresheners; hurricane lamps/candle holders
S23 Pupcakes (602) 647-1704 Dog treats and accessories
S24 Carols Delectables (602) 722-1358 Jams jellies marmalades and home grown produce, water
S25 Nana Tina’s Creations (928) 241-8419 Handcrafted recycled denim bags and quilts, sock animals, pumpkins, and housewares. Crocheted baby hats and accessories. Home-grown produce when in season, including kale and squash.
S26 Eagle Carving (928) 241-0563 Scroll Saw Wood Carvings
S27 G & L Creations (813) 410-4374 Hi-End Jewelry, Steampunk Jewelry, Quilts
S28 My Green Closet (360) 421-3114 CBD for Bath, Body & Spirit.  Cannabidiol Pain Relieving topical healing salves. Tinctures, candy, tea, bath-bombs & more!
S29 Kendra’s Art & Celestial Stitches (602) 435-0046 Hand made art, paintings and drawings and crochet work
S28-32 Ribbon & Lace Baby Boutique (480) 522-7728 Homemade Jam and Pickled Preserves; Baby clothes, Blankets, Accessories, Pillows, Bird feeders, lazy susans, toy boxes
S33 Jim & Alice’s Homemade Crafts (623) 680-0093 wood wishing wells, paper plate holders, bird houses, knit and crochet items
S34-35 Bears Aprons & Things (928) 240-0257 Aprons, towels, blankets, table runners, baby blankets, coloring book bags, baby bibs, boo boo bags
S36 Candy Cakes (928) 369-6405 Cotton Candy, Funnel Cakes
S37-38 Whimcicle Shack (928) 308-5575 Shaved Iced
S39 We B Jamin Farm (520) 990-3050 jam, Jellies,Pickles, Sauces, Syrups. I use a lot of Prickly Pear & Mesquite
S40-41 Get Your Shine On (928) 580-0943 Hand decorated ladies shirts
W1-2 Angel’s Meadow Ranch (928) 240-2929 Soaps & Body products, aloha shirts, leather crosses, aprons, candles, wax melts, feedbag market bags.
W3 White Mountain Meat Packing (928) 357-2269 jerky, summer sausage, breakfast sausage, eggs, bacon
W4-5 Show Low CraftMates (928) 532-5339 Jewelry (semi-precious beads;) wooden bird houses, feeders; Scroll sawn items
W6 Help from Hayley (602) 568-7618 A LINE OF 7 gourmet cooking sauces: Mushroom marsala, Lemon caper, Herbed white wine, Tequila lime, Chipotle agave, Poblano, Cognac
W7 Michelle Ames (928) 358-2847 Engraved glass
W8 Mountain Paws (951) 378-5737 clothing and accessories for dogs and their humans
W9-10 Pinedora Farms (480) 200-1826 Herbal Teas, Produce, Bitters, Tinctures, Skin Care
W11 Sweet Arizona (520) 312-5351 Prepackaged Toffees and Brittles
W12 Sharon’s Sassy Suds (951) 847-0572 Soaps and lotions
W13 Prickly Pear Tea Co. (480) 223-2717 Loose leaf Prickly Pear Tea Green,black chai latte
W14 OrgaNICKS (928) 537-2497 Organic Vegetables, Garden Worms & Castings
W15-18 Mad Hatter’s Eat Me Drink Me (480) 243-4741 Cuban grille dcheese, breakfast burrito, street tacos, sliders, grilled cheese.
W19-20 Papa Chefs Bakery and Pastry (219) 252-9553 Baked Pie, Muffins Cookies French Pastries Wedding Cakes Occasion Cakes
W21-24 Poppin Hot kettle corn and snacks (928) 242-4890 snack foods/kettle corn/pretzels/pizzas/nachos/bbq/ stuffed potatoes/walking tacos/shaved ice
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