May-October, Saturdays 7am-11am, Wednesdays 7am-11am

It is sooo good to have our Mississippi Certified Midtown Farmers' Market back in full swing! Early season veggies(lettuce, cabbage, squash, broccoli, spinach, new potatoes, cucumbers, english peas), fresh baked goods - cakes, bread, specialty brownies, fried pies; grass fed beef and pasture raised eggs, along with beautiful spring flowers... come see us!

For those of you interested in joining our friendly group of vendors, we have added copies of our new 2023 Vendor Application and 2023 Vendor Rules below. Just click on the links to download a copy of each. Read the rules, complete the application and return it as instructed on the application, and get ready for some good times! We would love to have even more vendors this season than last year.

 The Saturday markets are in full swing and the first Wednesday market will be May 17th. Come on out and enjoy!!

Take a look at some pictures from the Market this past season. Just click on them to get a better look.

We are conveniently located in the Midtown Shopping Center

Mid-Town Farmers’ Market will be open each Saturday (7-11am) as well as Wednesday (7am-11am).

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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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 - 2023 Information


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

Annie McCullar

Angela Woods

Matthew Britt

Libby Callicoat

Sandy Patton