Fresh Local Produce, Meats, Eggs, and Artisanal Foods Open Year Round!
The Broad Ripple Farmers Market (BRFM) is committed to supporting locally grown and produced foods. The Market brings the greater Broad Ripple community the very best and freshest of each season. The Market is an event of the Broad Ripple Village Association (BRVA) and proceeds support development and beautification projects in the Village.
OCTOBER HOURS: 9 AM – NOON Vendor Highlights for October 1, Week #1 Featured this week: Plenty of tomatoes, corn, beans, peppers, winter squash, cucumbers, apples, greens, onions, and more. Plus, mums & pumpkins! [...]
These two cozy corn soups are perfect for the summer-to-fall transition. We recommend you enjoy them with half a sandwich for the quintessential cooler weather supper. On their own they make an excellent starter for [...]
Non-Partisan Voter Registration will be available next to the Information Booth through October. Vendor Highlights for September 17, Week #3 Featured this week: Plenty of tomatoes, corn, beans, peppers, apples, berries, greens, onions, melons, and [...]
As the weather turns a little cooler in the fall, it’s a great time to take advantage of the continuing tomato harvest for some delicious baked tomato dishes. Pair with steamed green beans or sauteed [...]
The small south parking lot will not be available this Saturday. Additional parking is available in the west lot and at St. Luke's Catholic Church, 75th and Illinois. Vendor Highlights for September 10, Week #2 [...]
All food items sold by vendors at the Broad Ripple Farmers Market are grown, raised or produced locally. Exceptions are made for specialty products not available locally such as salmon.
All produce, meat, and poultry is raised by the farmer present at the Market. (A few exceptions may be approved by the Market). We prioritize products which are grown or raised using environmentally responsible, sustainable, and humane methods.
For artisanal and ready to eat foods, we prioritize vendors who utilize local ingredients. Products may be made by the vendor in a certified kitchen or in a home-based kitchen that meets the risk and labeling requirements of the Marion County Public Health Department.
All of our farmers use organic (chemical-free) growing practices.