Latest Market Update
Our 2014 Summer Season opens in the creek side parking lot at Tlaquepaque located at 336 Highway 179 in Sedona where residents and visitors alike are invited to meet local and regional food growers, artisan producers and backyard gardeners. The market is open to the public and is held weekly on Fridays 8am to 11.30am beginning May 30th through October 3rd.
Offerings include freshly picked local and AZ seasonal fruits and vegetables, sprouts & micro-greens, raw honey, relishes, herbs, flowers, eggs, pecans, raw truffles & chocolates, freshly milled breads and pastries, gluten free, jams, salsas, sauces, oxygen therapy, soaps, goat milk soaps and lotions, local lavender, beeswax candles, heirloom seeds, and much more – come and greet twin baby goats visiting during market hours!
Look for the Master Gardeners from the University of Arizona Yavapai County Extension to answer your backyard gardening questions. Every Friday at 9.30am the market offers a healthful Qi Gong class along the creek shaded under 200 year old sycamore trees. Our featured musician for the summer season is Ron Drago.
Enrollment is still open for the 2014 Summer Season in – please click here to download your application. The market is W.I.C. certified and select vendors receive FMNP vouchers issued by County Community Health Services.
2014 Vendors and Booths
Sky Hi! Thrive Microgreens, Da’-Nede’ Farms, B Naked Chocolates, Chino Valley Farms, Mina Farm & Orchard, Hidden Valley Farm, J & L Ranches, Oak Creek Apple Company, Carol’s Delectible Jams & Jellies, Irina’s Radiant Gluten Free Foods, The Fish’s Garden Aquaponics, Peppermint Jim, Lillie Mae’s, Relish This, Shrimp Viche, Raimondo’s Gluten Free Italian Cuisine, Desirable Desserts (cheesecakes), Happy Tails Barkery, Mama Letizia, Verde Valley School Garden & Eggs, Rejuvenation Digestives, Wingfield Bakery, Herbescent Organic Teas, Oak Creek Watershed Council, Karen’s Gluten Free Products, Sedona Lavender Farm, Lucky B Acres Eggs, Sunshine Specialty Foods, Sug’Art French Pastries, Essence of the Earth, Ambaya Gold, Golden Beeswax Honey and Candles, Master Gardeners of Yavapai County Extension, Gerard Kaur’s Pure Raw Honey, Crazy Goat Lady plus baby goat.
Our Mission is to support local agriculture
“The market aims to support local sustainable agricultural activity and increase the supply of locally grown food. Local food is not only fresher, it also preserves genetic diversity, promotes energy conservation, supports local farm families, builds community and preserves open space,” says founding director, Katrin Themlitz.
Sedona Artists perform at the Community Market:
Ralf Illenberger, Ione Angeles, Mike Burdick, Vibhas Kendzia, Porangui & Zang, Dos Geckos and more…