For the past quarter century, Noblesville Main Street has had one primary goal with its seasonal farmers market – to provide local produce and goods to the community.
Now in its 27th year, the farmers market will return May 4 to Federal Hill Commons for 24 consecutive weeks, ending Oct. 12, running each week from 8 a.m. to noon.
“The farmers market is one of my favorite seasons,” said Lorna Steele, executive director of Noblesville Main Street. “I just love watching all the people interact, the kids
playing and all the puppy dogs. It’s a great place for the community to come together. We also have a lot of new vendors this year, which I am really excited about. ”
In an effort to relieve some of the parking issues of past years, there will be a new trolley service from Premier Trolley Co., a local and family owned business. Guests can take a trip on the trolley from Federal Hill Commons to the downtown square and back for $2. Children age 3 and younger are free. Trolley routes and stops can be found at noblesvillemainstreet.org.
More than 90 vendors will make up this season’s market, selling fresh produce, meats and dairy, plants and herbs, flowers, honey, spices, wine, jar-canned foods, baked goods, soaps, jewelry, art, crafts, clothing, pet products and other products.
In addition, on the first Saturday of each month, Shine Yoga will offer a free yoga class, and the Noblesville Schools bookmobile will be on-site, conducting a free book-lending program for kids.
For more, visit noblesvillemainstreet.org.