Welcome to the Brownsburg Farmers Market!
Brownsburg Parks, in partnership with IU Health West Hospital, is pleased to continue the tradition of providing fresh produce, dairy and meats to the Brownsburg community.View Complete List of Vendors
Date, Time & Location
The Brownsburg Farmers Market is open for the 2021 season!
Town Hall Green, 61 N. Green St.
Open Thursdays, 4-7 PM through September 30
You’ll find Indiana-grown vegetables, honey, jam, fresh flowers and handcrafted goods at the market.
For the safety of our customers, sampling of products is not allowed.
Products at the Market
September 2 – Box Burger, Papaw’s Ice Cream
September 9 – Box Burger, Fireboxxe, Lazy J’s Kettle Corn, The Ice Barn
September 16 – Box Burger, Grumpy Gringo, Hometown Mini Donuts
September 23 – New York Hot Dog
September 30 – Box Burger, The Ice Barn
Special Dates and Activities
June 10 – Strawberry Festival (strawberry shortcake $6 each, cash only) & music by Emily Ann Thompson (Music from 4:30-6:30 PM)
June 24 – Music By Chad Mills (4:30-6:30 PM)
July 8 – Non-Profit Night & music by Mike Whitlock (Music from 4:30-6:30 PM) (rained out)
July 22 – Non-Profit Night and Rotary Baked Potato Sale Night. Music by Chris Burch (4:30-6:30 PM)
August 5 – Corn Roast (corn donated by Weber Farms)
August 19 – Chamber of Commerce Night, music by Wayne Pennington (4:30-6:30 PM)
September 2 – Music by Susan Boots (4:30-6:30 PM)
Farmers Market Activities
Where do I park?
Free parking is available in the public parking lot on Adams St. (behind Town Hall), at Arbuckle Acres Park and in The Arbuckle parking garage.
What forms of payment can I use?
All forms of payments (cash, credit/debit, and SNAP) are available at the market. Some vendors will only accept cash. Each vendor will have a sign designating what forms of payment are accepted.Learn More About SNAP and WIC
Event Safety During Covid-19
- Do not touch products; vendors will handle all products.
- Wash all products before eating or using.
- Maintain social distance of 6 ft. while waiting in line.
- Wash/disinfect your hands often with soap and water or hand sanitizer.