Morristown Farmers Market Opens Its 32nd Season


Ever wondered where to find fresh-caught fish, sweet peaches and corn, oats & grains, spirits, wild mushrooms, spices & herbs, local honey, grass-fed beef, artisan cheese, and floral bouquets all at once? 

It’s time to welcome back one of the Garden State’s highest regarded markets, the Morristown Farmers Market (FM). 

Produced by the Morristown Partnership, the FM will kick off Sunday, June 19th, and continue each Sunday thereafter until November 20th

Shoppers are welcome each week between 8:30 am and 1:00 pm to see, smell, sample, and delight in everything Jersey Fresh.

The FM will once again be located in the Morristown Parking Authority Lot at Spring and Morris Streets (behind the Morristown Post Office)

Come stock up on New Jersey farms' and specialty vendors' very best local-grown or raised products, all Jersey Fresh.

Morristown Partnership, which produces the Morristown Farmers Market in conjunction with returning sponsors BASF, The Pediatric Orthopedic Center, and Morristown Airport, as well as a new sponsor in 2022, Valley National Bank, invites everyone to slow the pace and enjoy Morristown on Sundays. 

Come connect with local farmers and vendors who will be happy to recommend the very best way to enjoy or prepare their goods.

“This year we are happy to welcome back our returning vendors, as well as new specialty vendors who will add variety to the Farmers Market. Rotational vendors began in 2021, and will continue this year, so be sure and check our website weekly,” said Cassidy Champi, Program Manager at the Morristown Partnership. “In addition to weekly musical performances, we are especially pleased to have several downtown businesses joining us throughout the season.”

For more information on the Morristown Farmers Market, vendors, and sponsors please visit the Morristown Partnership website

The Farmers Market is held on the open-air parking lot behind the corner of Morris Street and Spring Street, and off Dumont Place.

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