The Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market has just concluded it’s 41st season with a record number of vendors and customers. Held Saturdays at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds, the market offers items made or grown by the vendor, which provides the customers the opportunity to ask questions directly of the grower or artist. The items sold at the market range include, but are not limited to, frozen meats, beef sticks, sausages, jewelry, pottery, flowers, produce, wood and metal items, baked goods, puzzles, cards, journals, soaps and lotions, crocheted and knitted items, dog collars and jackets, antler art, photography, paintings and items made from alpaca fur.
Even though the market is over, you can still purchase items from the market for yourself or for Christmas gifts by visiting our vendors are www.montanafarmersmarket.com The website is very user friendly. Just click on the category you want and a list of our reserved vendors will appear. If the item does not fall under a certain category, we have a category for that. Check it out!
If you are not sure who the vendor is, they were a lottery vendor. Call Career Transitions at 388-6701 ext 100 and the market staff will be able to assist you in tracking down the vendor.
With Christmas coming, this is the time to purchase local, handcrafted, unique and one of a kind gifts for family and friends. Make your party successful with original, home-baked goods and local meats. Support your local economy, buy from a Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market vendor and supporter.