Jerome Farmers Market
Fruit - apples, peaches, pears, strawberries, grapes, cherries, blackberries, raspberries; Vegetables - 40 varieties, asparagus, zucchinni; Lavender - simple syrups, water, culinary; Artisan Breads
The Farmers Market at the Mountain View Barn
382 East 300 South Jerome, Idaho 83338
Conveniently located at a charming 2 acre historic gathering place right off of US Hwy. 93. Simply turn west on the 300 South road to enter the parking lot.
Parking is close to the market area so vendors and customers can easily transport their wares. Potable water and restroom facilities are available for use.
Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Hotter Than a Dutch Oven
Harvest Festival-Last Day
The Farmers Market at the Mountain View Barn, formerly known as the Spanbauer Barn, is unlike anything to hit southern Idaho before! It will run from 9am to 1pm every Saturday, starting on June 6, 2015 and running until October 10, 2015 come rain, shine or wind.
It will be an outdoor, open-air market sheltered by towering Cottonwood trees in the shadow of the historical Mountain View Barn. The market will be offering a forum for growers, artisans, crafters, bakers, prepared and packaged food vendors, and non-profit organizations to offer their goods and services to the public.
The market will give priority to agricultural products offering locally grown fruits and vegetables, flowers, seeds, cheese, eggs, meat, honey, and other products.
In addition, the farmers market will offer a variety of activities, musical performances, and contests, which guarantee a good time! These events help bring in more customers by making the market a family friendly destination for locals and travelers alike. You will be amazed at the creativity,vitality, and variety of what will be available at the farmers market. And,as the harvest season kicks in,there will be new offerings each week that will be sure to create a loyal following!
Finally, the market encourages local entrepreneurs and small business owners to participate, as it stimulates the local economy and celebrates our agricultural heritage!