The market features over 40 local vendors offering produce, grass-fed meats, pasture-raised eggs, honey, prepared foods, gifts and other items.
To help raise funds for women's health nonprofit I’ll Have What She’s Having, local culinary leaders have signed up for a dunking booth, including El Topo's Tony Luhrman, Sparrow Cookshop's Monica Pope and Feges BBQ's Erin Smith. The chefs will also have vendor booths on-site.
“I still pinch myself at the success the market has made in such a short time, especially during a time when small businesses desperately need our support,” said Casey Barbles, owner and operator of the Heights Mercantile Farmers Market, in a news release.
The market requires facial coverings and social distancing, and masks and hand sanitizer are available.
The Heights Mercantile Farmers Market runs the second and fourth Sundays each month.