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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.

The band for this Saturday is Steve LIddell.  Listen to his music while enjoying the cool weather and great market items! 

Due to some scheduling problems, the Wesleyan Christian School cannot have their great muffins, cinnamon rolls, burritos, and coffee at the market until October 11, the last market day of the season.  Sad, but it gives us something special to anticipate! 

This Saturday October 4, 2014 will be Pumpkin Power Day at the Farmers Market.  Children, or anyone else too, can have their face painted from 9:00 to 11:30 just for coming to the market!  Please join us!will be Pumpkin Power Day! 

There will be some great deals on pumpkins, decorative squash, lovely flowers and other fall decoration items!  With a little luck there will be a face painter for children.

There are still delicious warm season vegetables, including: a few varieties of tomatoes, a few "yard long" green beans, dried beans,  a few cucumbers, sweet peppers(many kinds, such as banana), hot peppers (jalapeno), potatoes (Irish, red, purple, and sweet), basil, squash (zucchini, and yellow), eggplant (several kinds), mature and tender green onions, okra, and Chinese and Malabar) spinach.  There are watermelon and some cantaloupe might still be there.

It is not too late to buy things like tomatoes and onions in larger quantities so that you can have that healthy freshness most of the winter.  Check with the Market Manager on how to preserve the flavor!

Tasty cool season  and fall vegetables are more numerous, such as: kale, cilantro, turnips (greens and roots), radishes, beets, acorn and butternut squash, Swiss chard, greens (turnip, collard, beet, and mustard), leaf lettuce, Thai water spinach, and Chinese broccoli.

Other items at the market include:
--fresh ground, locally grown, whole wheat (Heritage Red Turkey) flour
--bingo at 9:15 with two chances to win a large sampling of the Market!
--local honey, jams, and jellies
--Adrienne's specialty breads and tasty cookies
--Friends of the Farmers T-shirts for $20
--natural insect repellant
--grass fed beef (such as sirloin steak), and free range pork
--FFR (former free ranging) chickens (now frozen) will be here from Luman Farms
--various soaps, and natural skin care items
--custom built barn wood furniture
--local pecans
--Master Gardener advice

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.