New Albany’s Farmers Market is a producer-only market where you can find local organic produce, farm fresh eggs, dairy, organic meats, salsas, herbs, and more. The market also features local musicians and artists and even a food truck. Located at 200 Market St., the market has been running for several years, and has even survived COVID-19!
Most farmers markets are outdoor, but the New Albany Farmers Market is indoor at the Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany. The market will feature two or more farm vendors, with many of them offering a wide range of fresh produce. You can also find locally-produced coffee, bread, and eggs, as well as artisanal products.
The market is open Wednesday through Sunday. In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, you can buy locally-crafted gifts, as well. Denae’s Sweets sells specialty sweets and Glenn Avenue Soap Company makes artisan soaps from the finest ingredients. Valerie Long, another local vendor, specializes in jewelry inspired from antiques and gems.
Farmers market has been a meeting place for locals. In past years, the market has hosted political rallies, public ceremonies, and July 4 celebrations. In 1913, the market was also used as a place to celebrate New Albany’s centennial.