The Norfolk Farmers Market welcomes inquiries from interested farmers, food producers and artisans who meet its guidelines.
Please read our policies and procedures and the information below, then complete and submit the form at the bottom of the page so that our manager can get in touch with you promptly.
Vendors eligible for acceptance
Farmers who grow at least 70 percent of what they offer for sale. What they do not grow on their premises should come from within 50 miles of Norfolk.
Food producers who make dishes such as baked goods, preserves, soups or sauces. Ingredients for such products must be of local origin to the fullest possible extent.
Artisans who offer for sale non-food products that they have made, manufactured or otherwise produced themselves.
Space is available by advance reservation. The market manager reviews applications and presents them to the steering committee, which makes the final decisions. The manager and committee continually review vendors’ offerings to be sure that market standards are maintained during the season. The committee reserves the right to occasionally allow sales of other high quality items that it believes will enhance the market and add special value for its customers.
Market Dates (all Saturdays)
2019 Summer season: May 18th - October 12th
2019 Winter Season: January 12th - April 20
2019 Holiday Markets: November 16th and December 7th
The Norfolk Farmers Market is nonprofit. Vendor fees, grants and donations are earmarked to pay for the manager, advertising and promotion, signs and any other necessary expenses. Any extra funds are used to keep fees as low as possible (fees are subject to change).
$25 Single market, indoor Jan.-Apr. winter season
$25 Single market, outdoor summer season
$25 Single space, pre-Thanksgiving indoor market
$40 Single space, holiday indoor market (special: $25, Barnadette’s Bookstore)
$160 Full indoor winter season (8 markets)
$325 Full outdoor summer season (22 markets)
$225 11 markets during the summer season for specified dates
All accepted vendors of food and potentially dangerous items must supply proof of insurance, with the policy naming the Town of Norfolk as an additional insured. Every vendor is responsible for having any license(s) that may be required, and for his or her own canopy, table and any other furnishings needed.