Sing along, dance and feast your eyes and ears in Stowe with a summer market full of food, music, art and special activities for children and adults.

Each Sunday, from mid-May to mid-October, the Farmers’ Market comes to Stowe. The selection of fresh fare includes locally grown produce, handmade crafts, jewelry, sweet and savory treats, breads, plants, and meats and cheeses from Vermont’s lush pastures. Weekly entertainment and demonstrations make the Stowe Farmers’ Market more than a shopping experience; it’s an exhibition of what Vermont has to offer!

The market kicks off at 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (rain or shine), with a mission of “preserving the Vermont tradition of locally grown and crafted.” Vendors, artisans, musicians and other groups are featured each week to entertain, educate, nourish and promote fun in Vermont!

Stowe is known for its farms and fresh food, so visitors and locals alike gather each week to share in the specialties of these local purveyors – a community effort to unite local producers with the greater community.

Located right off the Stowe Recreation Path, this spot is a hit for walkers and bikers alike. As you stroll along Stowe’s famed 5-mile paved walkway, you might be captivated by the musical offerings of the Eames Bros. Band or a unique leather demonstration. Kids can stop to engage in hands-on artwork, sponsored by River Arts perhaps, or enjoy a temporary petting zoo. Buy your lunch and picnic on the beautiful lawn while enjoying the bucolic countryside.

The market is located about 2 miles from the intersection of Route 100 and 108, next to the Red Barn Shops and across from Stoweflake Resort. For more information on the market and weekly activities, please visit the market’s site or e-mail

Stowe is a great place to be in summer and the Stowe Farmers’ Market is just one activity that makes this area desirable and unique.

Looking to explore? Here’s a list of other markets in and around the Stowe area: