May 22nd- Live music with Ves Akimbo; Kasey Burns, OSU SNAP Educator
May 29th - Live Music with Travis Luncan; Food Truck - Kona Ice
June 5th- Live Music with Joel Hogle; Start of Customer Appreciation Reward Program (Visit the market and on the 5th visit receive a $5.00 token)
June 12th - Food Truck - Kona Ice
June 19th- Healthy Family Day: Clinton County Health Department; Free kids bicycle helmets while supplies last; Clinton County Youth Center; Bike safety; Clinton County Trails Coalition; Talbert House Prevention Services-Zach McDaniel; Kasey Burns, Ohio SNAP Educator; And More!!!
June 26th – Live Music with Travis Luncan
Announcing our special event! July 17th- "Kids Market" Kids ages 7-17 can apply to be a vendor to sell their crafts or items they have made or produced. See the Market staff for more details or check out information: CLICK HERE
Kids' Club Clinton County kids ages 5-12 may sign-up for Kids' Club. Membership in Kids' Club entitles a child to receive $2 in Kids' Club tokens to spend on fresh fruits or veggies for every Saturday market they attend! If your child is interested in becoming a Kids' Club member, sign up at the Market Booth to receive their membership card.
Senior Days Residents of the Prairie Oaks Village senior living community are eligible to participate in Senior Day on the 3rd Saturday of each Market month. Eligible seniors may sign-up to receive FREE transportation to the Market, provided by Wilmington Transit Authority, as well as a voucher redeemable for $10 in tokens to be spent on healthy fruits and vegetables.
Double Your Bucks Participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are eligible to receive up to $10 in market tokens when they use their food assistance benefits at the Market! When participants purchase tokens using their SNAP/EBT cards, the Market will "double their bucks" by matching every dollar they spend up to $10.
2021 Special Markets Partnered with the Clinton County Health Dept.
WIC Markets In partnership with the Clinton County Health Department, the Farmers' Market hosts three annual "pop-up" markets at the Health Department for participants in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. Recipients receive $20 in vouchers from the WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program to be spent on healthy, locally-grown fruits and vegetables.