The Gravette Framers Market is a direct farmer-to-consume market, providing only locally grown products at Old Town Park, 110 Park Drive, Gravette, Arkansas 72736.
Every Saturday, beginning in April and continues through the growing season, usually November. 8am - 1pm
There is no fee to join. Vendors shall agree to pay 10% of their total sales at the end of each market day (not to exceed $20.00) to the "Farmer's Market of Gravette" (tax not included) All funds collected will go into an Arvest Bank account to be used for future market expenses, such as advertising, and incidentals. Market manager and co-managers are volunteer, unpaid positions.
Prior to Market
All Farmers/vendors must register before selling at market and products must be approved by a manager prior to bringing to market. Produce growers shall allow manager to tour their gardens or farm operations at the managers availability.
All items sold by the vendor shall be their own and grown or made by hand within a 60-mile radius of Gravette, Arkansas; with prior approval, vendors my pick fruit from local berry/fruit farms or bring other pre-approved locally produced Agri products such as honey from local apiaries.
Vendors of baked goods, jams and other approved foods shall meet all state and local health code requirements and use proper labeling as designated in AR Act 72 regarding cottage food industries and special events. BC Health inspector does visit market unannounced to see that all vendors are abiding by health codes under state law.
No animals (chickens, goats, dogs, cats, etc) allowed on the site during the event for sale, display or to give away. Vendors may advertise other sale items from their booth.
Established produce vendors set up under the pavilion. All other vendors may set up adjacent to the pavilion.
WIC and Senior Nutrition voucher program vendor applications available for Arkansas growers (January & March only)
Vendors shall supply their own awnings/booths/tables/chairs/supplies. There are limited electrical outlets and no water source at the market site. Vendors must provide their own if needed.
Farmers/vendors are responsible for leaving their area clean at the end of each market day, including cleaning up cigarette butts.
No smoking in market area, please walk away at a distance downwind to smoke
Local civic, church, or school groups may request permission to set up anytime near the market season to promote or sell their non-market items or host fundraisers near the pavilion.
Manager reserves the right to refuse or cancel membership to anyone, if he/she cannot abide by the rules set forth, and/or whose behavior is deemed inappropriate, disruptive, or unsafe.