May-October, Saturdays 7am-11am, Wednesdays 8am-1pm

Midtown Farmers' Market is Now Open For The 2015 Season

Wednesday's market has now started and is open (8am-1pm) May through October.

Mid-Town Farmers’ Market is open each Saturday (7-11am) as well as Wednesday (8am-1pm). The first Saturday of each month is often a children’s day, with face painting and other fun activities usually beginning around 8 am. We also have live music every week--see below for links to more information about the musicians.

You can find the most up-to-date information about what will be sold at Mid-Town market by visiting our Facebook page (, along with additional content such as photos and videos from our vendors and from the market itself. You can also receive weekly updates on expected vendors and food at the market by joining our e-mail list (see below).

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Here is a selection of some of the vendors and their products expected for the 2015 market:

  • Bost Farm: tomatoes, purple-hull peas, okra, watermelon, cantaloupes, Ambrosia sweet corn, Rattlesnake green beans, squash, cucumbers, potatoes, eggplant, bell peppers, hot peppers, and zinnias
  • Cathy Field: rosemary focaccia, olive with parmesan cheese focaccia and basil pesto with goat cheese and tomato focaccia; and almond and chocolate biscotti
  • Cherry Creek Orchards: peaches
  • Cotton's Cafe will have dog treats, made using local farmer’s produce, in 5 flavors: sweet potato, squash apple, pumpkin, peanut butter honey, and blueberry honey 
  • Flora Gardens will have chicken and duck eggs, mixed flower bouquets, cherry tomatoes, Cherokee Purple and other heirloom tomatoes, giant Marconi and other mild peppers, pickled and fermented goods and green beans 
  • Linda Boyd: blueberries, french filet beans, cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes, onion samplers, assorted herbs, heirloom tomato jam, and blueberry jam
  • McCullar Orchard: peaches & nectarines
  • Rico Farm: blueberries, blackberries and peas
  • The Original Grit Girl: grits, corn meal, masa and polenta
  • Pontotoc Ridge Blueberry Farm: blueberries, blackberries, a few figs, jellies, jams, and pies
  • Pumpkin Creek Farm will have blueberries and cinnamon rolls, blueberry danish, English muffin bread, tarts, lemon curd, and creole bread pudding
  • Sherry @7D Farm: scones, blueberry bread, peach cobbler, grits pies, monster & cranberry cookies and the following breads: cinnamon, whole wheat, cracked wheat, whole wheat with quinoa, oat, farm house white, focaccia, challah and garlic studded baguettes 
  • Sonja's Baked Goods will have butter cookies, oatmeal cookies, peanut butter cookies, sock-it-to-me cake, carrot cake, pineapple cake, Italian cream cake, pecan pie, and sweet potato pie
  • Sunlight Springs Certified Organic Produce: rattlesnake green beans, squash and zucchini, shiitake mushrooms, some cucumbers, tomatoes and yellow wax beans along with other miscellaneous items
  • YaYa's Yummys will have an assortment of jellies, jams, and preserves, baking mixes, dip mixes, mild and hot salsa, pepper jellies, chow chow, butter pecan Bundt cake, orange juice pound cake, and blueberry bread
  • Yokna Bottoms Farm: onions, potatoes, garlic, tomatoes, fresh flowers, herbs and maybe more blackberries
  • Zion Farms: chicken, pork, and eggs



Music at the Market



Nearly every week during the market season, Oxford-area musicians entertain at Mid-Town Farmers' Market, working for tips and produce.


May 2nd - Seed Tick Road

May 9th - Ryan Miller

May 16th - Wally Hall

May 23rd - Brian West

May 30th - Love Cannon

June 6th - Ryan Miller

June 13th - Wally Hall

June 20th - Seed Tick Road

June 27th - Greg Johnson

July 4th - Steve Brewer

July 11th - Big E

July 18th - TBD

July 25th - Seed Tick Road

Aug 1st - Love Cannon

Aug 8th - Greg Johnson

Aug 15th - Big E


E-mail Updates


If you'd like to receive periodic updates on the Midtown Farmers' Market, including a weekly preview and reminder about the Saturday market during the season, please send an e-mail to

Vendor & Volunteer Information

  • Vendor Application
  • Vendor Rules
  • MDAC Vendor Requirements
  • Mid-Town Farmers' Market welcomes applications from all prospective vendors--please see the documents linked above.
  • Volunteers are needed each Saturday during market season, to help a farmer's market board member run the market tent. Duties include selling coffee, sitting in the shade, and meeting a bunch of neat people! If you'd like to volunteer, please e-mail volunteer coordinator and board member Betty Crouther (

Thank you!

The coffee served at the market tent is High Point Coffee, roasted and generously provided for us by Right Bean Roasting, LLC. Please consider visiting their website to purchase coffee or learn about their retail locations.


In 2011, the Midtown Farmers' Market recently was certified by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture & Commerce as part of their Mississippi Farmer’s Market Certification Program. Essentially, the certification means that the Mid-Town Farmers' Market is getting official recognition for something that has always been central to its mission: It is a true venue for Mississippi farmers and food artisans to sell their locally-produced food. Some markets allow vendors who re-sell vegetables that they have purchased from wholesalers or other 3rd parties.  At the Mid-Town Market, you can always count on buying a Mississippi product from the Mississippian who made it.

Mid-Town Farmers' Market Board of Directors


The Mid-Town Farmers' Market is directed by a volunteer board, consisting of vendors and non-vendors, which currently consists of the following members:

Aileen Bost (executive director)

Freddy Bost

Larry Carr

Charles Church

Betty Crouther

Susan Foster

Pat Lowe

Angela Woods