Lexington Farmers' Market
Info about visiting the LFM
All Market Vendors accept CASH and DEBIT Market Tokens. While many market vendors also accept WIC Farmers Market Vouchers, SFMNP Vouchers and Credit Cards. The Market Information booth is also able to process SNAP benefits from EBT cards. SNAP benefits are turned into market tokens that may be used to purchase eligible products. Additionally the LFM is participating in a pilot program called BLUEGRASS DOUBLE DOLLARS. This program allows Eligible SNAP benefit purchases to be matched with a veggie token. For more information visit the Program website.
About the LFM
The Lexington Farmers' Market, as we are known to our customers, has developed into a five day per week market during the season. Our traditional outdoor season is mid-April until late November, but we operate YEAR ROUND at the 5/3 Bank Pavilion in Cheapside Park.
We currently have more than 75 members. Many of these farmers only come to the market during the season for their specialties, such as sweet corn or tomatoes, but others come year round with products such as meat, honey, and eggs or value added products like jams, breads, and sauces.
Established in 1975 as the Farm and Garden Market Cooperative Association Better Known As The Lexington Farmers' Market is a cooperative run by a Board of Directors elected by the membership.