A lot about a farmers market is old-school. Based on most people’s eating habits the mere idea of buying raw ingredients and cooking from scratch is all too rare. To many, cooking dinner is opening a jar of sauce that someone else made and serving it over pasta someone else made. We don’t expect to, nor are we trying to, convince everyone to make everything completely from scratch but we hope to at least make people conscious of the difference. This is the spirit of planning winter food demos with a bit of a party also.

Covid 19

  • The Market has widened aisles and the space between vendors to better enable social distancing.  Vendors are required to wear masks or a cloth face covering.  Food demos and sampling are not being offered.
  • We ask that customers stay home and not return until they are free of fever for at least 72 hours without fever-reducing medication and improvement in respiratory symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath) and, at least 7 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.
  • We encourage shoppers to prioritize only essential food purchasing and discontinue social gatherings. 
  • We encourage shoppers to send only one member from each household to the market in order to curtail crowds.
  • We encourage shoppers to practice the recommended 6’ social distancing from one another while at the market. 
  • Please refrain from touching any products, rather allow the vendor to select and bag products you wish to purchase. 
  • Please wash your hands frequently. Follow CDC recommendations for doing so. We have hand sanitizer, paper towels, gloves, and masks available for your use. 
  • Please leave your reusable bags and materials in the car at this time. The vendors will use only new plastic bags for your purchases. 
  • Wear a mask or cloth face covering per CDC guidelines.

When possible, order directly from farmers and vendors for delivery or pick-up.


Care-A-Van: 2nd Saturday each month:

Saturday, September 11: 11am to 1pm (Healthy Aging sponsored by Dedicated Care)
Saturday, October 9: 11am to 1pm (Season Finale)
Join us for our monthly wellness series, free and open to the public, featuring health screenings, food demonstrations and education, wraparound resources, art, music and more! .

Volunteer at the Market

Saturday, September 18, 9am to 12pm
Saturday, October 16, 9am to 12pm
Please come out and help us get the Coit Road Farmers Market and Urban Farm renovated and beautified! We will be working on cleaning, repairing, and organizing the market.
We will be convening in larger groups outdoors as well as requiring masks.
This is a great opportunity for groups, organizations, and youth to get community service hours and give back!
If you have any questions, please call 216-640-0342 or

Far Out Flea Market

Saturday, September 18, 8am to 1pm
Saturday, October 16, 8am to 1pm
Far Out Flea is a chance to get our community back together, back to the market, and in on that ‘circular economy’ that is trending right now. Like your gramma’s bread recipe and her solid old house in the city, everything old is new again! Bring your own bag and cash in a variety of denominations.  Register at or call (216) 235-5009.