Whether you're looking for a seasonal grocery store, a place to have lunch, or simply a place to sit and enjoy the outdoors, Butler Farmer's Market is the place to go! Farm-fresh produce, fruits, honey, candy, specialty meat products, and ready-made foods are just some of the things you will find here.
The market is open every Monday from 12:00pm - 6:00pm, starting on May 20, 2013, and running through October 21, 2013. It's located on Hampton Ave between 124 St and 125 St.- When you're here, stop in at the information booth and say "hello" to Sue, the Market Manager!
Closed Monday, May 27,2013 for Memorial Day
Why Shop a Farmer's Market?
Local Farmers to Local Families
Family farms are part of the American tradition of self-sufficiency and serve as the basis of local communities. With each local food purchase more of your money spent on food goes directly to the farmer. Local farmers spend their money with local merchants and the money stays in your community.
Buying Local Protects the Environment
When you buy food locally you reduce energy consumption. Local food doesn't have to travel far. Food, on average, travels 1500-2500 miles from farm to table. Buying local helps to lower energy consumption by reducing transportation and storage, both of which are very energy-intensive and pollute our air and water.