We are now accepting applications for the 2021 season. You are welcome to submit an application for consumable products for review by the Medina Farmers Market Advisory Committee.
Please mail inquiries to 39 Public Square, Suite 305, Medina, OH 44256 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline is January 8, 2021.
At this time, we are not accepting applications for makers/artists.
Our 2021 Vendors list
We are proud to have been selected by you for the 2020 Medina Gazette’s Medina County Readers Choice Award for Best Produce! Thank you ... and congratulations go to Richardson Farms, Moreland Fruit Farm, Quiroz Family Farm, Family Roots Farm, Medina Creative Housing, and Wellspring Farm for their award-winning produce!
SNAP & Produce Perks Information
Do you have an Ohio Directions Card?
Did you know that you can purchase SNAP tokens to spend on nutritious foods at eligible vendor booths? You will also receive up to $25 in matching tokens for produce at participating vendors for free!
Please go here for details on the SNAP and Produce Perks programs offered at the Medina Square Farmers Market.
Main Street Medina is pleased to announce our new Medina Square Farmers Market Manager, Angela Mansier. Angela has been a resident of Medina for nearly 20 years, has a background in special event planning and coordination, and is very involved in the community. In addition to managing the market, one of her first priorities will be to revise the farmers market advisory committee, which annually reviews the market make-up, suggests updates to the vendor application, and helps guide the overall direction of the market. “I’m thrilled to be part of the farmers market,” shared Mansier. “My family has been loyal customers of the market on the Square for many years, and it’s exciting to be able to work in partnership with the vendors to ensure that we remain one of the top and most respected markets in Northeast Ohio. I have a lot of ideas on how we can grow the market, improve the market experience, and make stronger connections to the historic district and surrounding community. We’re averaging 1,500-2,000 guests, and 25-30 vendors per weekend. We continue to add new vendors weekly, offering products the customers have been requesting. I’m also excited to work with the new committee and get their feedback on how we can continue to make improvements to make it a great experience for the vendors and for guests. Going forward, one of the members of the advisory committee will have an ex officio seat on the Board of Main Street Medina, to help improve direct communications between the market and the Board,” said Mansier. “With all the new regulations respective to coronavirus, 2020 has been an interesting year in which we’ve had to be fluid with many things, including instituting new rules on safety and social distancing. We hope that we can get back to a more traditional market in 2021, and include special events, cooking demonstrations, and an even more diverse vendors.”