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Our Mission
  To improve access to locally grown specialty crops & homemade crafts.

  To promote the economic well being of area farmers & growers.

 To support the nutritional well being of our community.

NEWS FLASH!  BARTLESVILLE FARMERS MARKET HIT RECORD PARTICIPATION LEVEL!  On Saturday, July 19th, the local market had a record 1,400 participants!  The crowd enjoyed fresh, local fruits and vegetables, as well as many other items for which the market is known!  Last Saturday also marked the half-way point of the market season, so there remain many opportunities to take advantage of this local phenomenon! 

Speaking of local, it is important for customers to know that the Bartlesville Farmers Market board and staff take that term quite seriously for items sold at the market.  First of all, the working definition of local for the Market is "within a 100 mile radius of Bartlesville".  Second, the growers, producers, and crafts people must grow, produce, or make what they sell.  They may "broker" a few items, but they must have signage showing the customer where the items came from (still must be from within that radius).  Finally, market staff or board members visit the gardens and farms to see the origin of the vendor's vegetables, flowers, meat and eggs.  Pictures are taken and kept on file.  Please look for the "Vendor Visit" plaque which will be displayed after the visits.  If any customer has questions about local produce they are encouraged to see the Market Manager. 

The fresh, warm weather vegetables and fruit are in abundance this year!  Blueberries are probably done, but there are still blackberries, both wild and Sioux.  Watermelon, cantaloupe, and peaches are fresh and juicy!  Sweet corn is still available along with many kinds of tomatoes.

In addition to the above, other warm season vegetables and herbs offered are: green beans, yard long beans (these are very tasty!), cucumbers (many kinds), sweet and hot peppers (many kinds), potatoes, basil, garlic chives, squash (zucchini, pan, and yellow),eggplant, shallots, mature onions, okra, and Malabar, Thai, and Chinese spinach.

A few cool season vegetables will still be available:
kale, broccoli, Chinese broccoli, cabbage, turnips, beets, carrots, and kohlrabi. 

Other items at the market include:
--bingo at 9:15 with now two chances to win a large sampling of the Market!
--local honey, jams, and jellies
--Adrienne's specialty breads and tasty cookies
--great food from Granny's Vittles, including coffee and sweet rolls
--join Friends of the Farmers and get a neat shirt and a good chance to win $50 worth of Market Money (spend it at the Market)
--many beautiful cut flowers, insect repellant, gourd art--the flowers are really coming on!
--eggs, grass fed beef (such as sirloin steak), and free range pork (great hillbilly bacon) (free range chicken is coming!)
--free advice from Master Gardener's (every other Saturday)
--various soaps, and natural skin care items
--hand sewn items from Martha's Task
--local pecans

The band will be "Those Two"--Doug and Pam.

Come join your friends and neighbors at the Bartlesville Farmers Market on Saturday morning!

Steve Forsythe

Market Manager

Music, Fun & Friends
Come out and listen to some great music!
  See friends, connect with neighbors and
enjoy the beauty of Bartlesville.

Market Location: 
Frank Phillips Park on the corner of Frank Phillips Blvd. and Keeler Ave. in downtown Bartlesville.

Every Saturday - May 3 through October 11 2014

8:00 - 11:30 am


Steve at 918-914-3791 or

Deborah Langley


Mrs Linda Yardley is enjoying use of the $50.00 of "Market Money" she was awarded as the "Friends of the Farmer" August drawing winner.  "Friends of the Farmer" donate $20.00 in support of the Farmers Market, thus making them eligible for one of six monthly drawings.


Friends of the Farmers

Please consider joining Friends of the Farmers, a financial support group that helps defray expenses for things such as advertising and music.