May 2, 2020 - Sept. 26, 2020
Fifty vendors offer pesticide-free fruits and vegetables, cage free eggs, honey, herbs, spices, jam, bread, hot food, snacks, art, jewelry, gifts, clothing, body products, information on local community organizations and more at this outdoor market (the field is covered in wood chips). Visit us on Facebook @ RSfarmersmarket to learn about this year's happenings.
The Running Springs Area Chamber of Commerce Certified Farmers Market and Artisan Faire runs Saturdays, May 2nd through September 26th, 9am-1pm.
Enjoy Naturally Grown Fruit & Vegetables, Microgreens, Cage-Free Eggs, Honey, Spices, Bread, Jams, Sweets, Coffee, Dips, Food, Hot Food (Mexican Food, Tamales, Stuffed Avocados), Face Masks, Soap, Art, Crafts, Products, Clothing, Body Products, Community Groups, Plants and More.
FREE Snow Valley Mountain Resort Ski Lift Tickets (one with $25 purchase; limit two per person) on the last Saturdays of May-August, as well as Every Saturday in September.
We are asking customers to please distance 6 feet (unless family/roomies), wear face masks/coverings (nice, but optional), sanitize/wash hands and cough/sneeze into your elbow/tissue and away from products/people. If you are sick, please stay home during this time.
Visit Running Springs Farmers Market and Artisan Faire at Farmspread.com for other vendor contact information (some vendors do mail order).
Updates are posted on Facebook & Twitter @RSfarmersmarket or Instagram @RS_farmersmarket.
At 6,000 feet elevation, the field has nice views of nearby pine trees, blue skies (mostly) and cooler mountain temperatures. The area is considered a Gateway to the San Bernardino Mountains. Many visitors come year round to enjoy the San Bernardino National Forest.
Market Manager Susan Heisler
This mountain farmers market has many vendors (half from the mountain communities) and some vendors change every week. Buenrostro Farm brings strawberries, cage-free eggs from Markowicz Farm, some Herbs and lots of vegetables and added fruit in the summer. Little Wingnut Farms brings spices, herbs, hot peppers, tomatoes, garlic, onions, jams, honey and spice mixes that are a hit with many customers. Happy Hawk Farm comes with microgreens, avocados (when available), guacamole, salsa and oranges. Gaytan Family Farms has a wide array of your favorite vegetables as well as strawberries and blueberries and more fruit in the summer. Rancho de los Proyectos grows a little of a lot of different produce, sells eggs from happy chickens who eat well and brings specialty surprises when available. Jaime is starting a new farm with plums - updates to come.
The market is sponsored by the Running Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and is volunteer led. We have quite a crew of volunteers!