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Palestine Farmers Market

Local, handmade, and homemade!

Developed by a group of area farmers in 1998, the Palestine Farmers Market is a venue where agriculturalists, artists, and creative vendors bring the community together while showcasing local unique, crafty and gardening talent.
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What will I find at the Market?

Some of the items that may be found at the Farmers Market include:
Baked goods that do not require refrigeration, such as cakes, cookies, breads, and pastries
Candy (including chocolate, chocolate-dipped pretzels, etc.), coated and uncoated nuts, unroasted nut butters, fruit butters, canned jams and jellies, fruit pies, dehydrated fruits and vegetables including dried beans, popcorn and popcorn snacks, cereal (including granola), dry mixes, vinegar, pickles (pickled cucumbers only), mustard, roasted coffee or dry tea, dried herbs or herb mixes, crafts, quilts, jewelry, dolls, plants or anything that is 75 percent handmade!
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How do I become a vendor?

Daily Palestine Farmers Market:
Market Days at the Palestine Farmers Market are held the FIRST Saturday of each month.
Food Trucks / Concession Trailers:
Food Trucks / Concession Trailers are allowed at the Palestine Farmers Market for special events. Food Permit Applications must be submitted to the Palestine Health Department 7 days or more before the event. Food Permits are only valid for 1 event at the Palestine Farmers Market. (Market Days on the 3rd Friday & Saturday count as 1 event combined.)
For more information on being a Food Truck / Concession Trailer vendor at the Palestine Farmers Market please contact one of the following:
Patsy Smith - 903.731.8435 - psmith@palestine-tx.org
Janet Migliaccio - 903.731.8493 - jmigliaccio@palestine-tx.org
Ricky Dorsey - 903.731.8492 - rdorsey@palestine-tx.org


Farmers Market Application Farmers Market Application
Market Days Application Market Days Application
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