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  • Worthington Farmers Market

Give Peas a Chance. Girl Scouts Canned Food Drive. COhatch Maker at the Market.


The outdoor season of the Worthington Farmers Market is underway! We're open Saturdays, May-October, 8am to Noon. Find us along High Street in the downtown Worthington historic district.


This Week's Participating Producers

*Note: This list is current as of publishing. Producer participation may change after this list has been published based on availability of products, weather and other unplanned circumstances that may cause them to be absent.

9 Notions & Potions

10 Maani's Indian Spice Blends

11 Columba’s Mexican Food


13 Oink Moo Cluck Farms LLC

14 Sweet Thing Gourmet

15 Wishwell Farms Produce, LLC

16 Wishwell Farms Produce, LLC

17 Oakleaf Farm

18 Oakleaf Farm

19 Aarrows LLC

20 Farmhouse Herbs and Flowers

21A Curly Tail Organic Farm

21B Ohio Farm Direct

22 From My Garden

25 Covey Rise Farms LLC

26 Cottage Garden

27 Cottage Garden

28 C.A.B.B. Farms

29 Red Moon Ranch LLC

33 Ramble Coffee

34 Sitara's Sweets by Kat

35 Fired Up Pizza

36 9N FARM

38 Florentine Legacy, LLC

39 Franklinton Farms

40 Franklinton Farms

41 Tulip Cafe

42 Rime Time Curiously Crafted Pops

43 Simple Times Mixers

44 The Mochi Shop

45 Tiger Mushroom Farms

46 SaraBee Pure Honey

47 Native Cold Pressed

48 Stonefield Naturals

49 Somerset Herbs LLC

50 Rhoads Farm Inc

51 Spotted Salamander Soap Company, LLC

52 North Country Charcuterie

53 Silver Bridge Coffee Company

54A Kokoborrego Cheese

54B Kennedy Farms

55 Ohio Bison Farm

56 The Tart Peach *COhatch Maker at the Market

57 Waffle Hub, LLC

59 Batter and Bowl

60 Baileys Drive Inn Donuts

61 Toad Hill Farm

62 Honeyrun Farm

63 Tilley Farmstead

65 Blue Jacket Dairy

66 Anderson Orchard

67 Scoop O’ Granola

68 The Crazy Cucumber

69 Hummavore

70 The Market Sharpener

71 Kingdom Fish


73 Pleiades Maple Products

74 Chuck Evans' MONTEZUMA Brand Sauces & Salsas

75 Jorgensen Farms

76 Ohio City Pasta

78 Rock Dove Farm

79 Gillogly Orchard

80 Urban Spreads

81 Tupelo Doughnuts

82 Stokeshire Farm

84 The Compost Exchange


Find a Producer With Just a Click!

Our interactive market map is live via this link:

Please Note: Map is provided for informational purposes to help locate your favorite producers. Map is not to scale and does not reflect spacing between booths.


The Veggie Spy is Back!

Pass the Peas Please!

It’s time for peas at the Market! Several producers expect to have their first batches of peas available for your tasting pleasure. Peas are legumes (as are beans) which means they are not technically vegetables. But, the Veggie Spy is not a stickler for such formalities and loves peas!

Humans foraged wild peas long before they were domesticated. There is evidence Neanderthals were eating peas 45,000 years ago. Peas are thought to have been first domesticated in the Fertile Crescent 10,000 years ago and then spread all over the world.

There are hundreds of varieties of peas, but they are categorized into 3 major groups: English, snap, and snow. English (or garden) peas are very popular in general, but less common in Farmers Markets because the pod is not edible, so effort is required to remove the peas from their shell. Snow peas are flat with an edible pod and are popular in Chinese cooking. Sugar snap peas look like English peas but have an edible pod and (obviously!) tend to be sweeter.

Franklinton Farms plans to have sugar snap peas and pea shoots. Toad Hill Farm expects to have both snow and sugar snap peas. 9N Farm hopes to have sugar snap peas. Stokeshire Farm will have pea shoots. Jorgensen has sweet pea microgreens.

If you love peas as much as the Versatile Vegan does, you’ll go for this combo Sugar Snap and Snow Pea Stir Fry recipe. And you can get the green onions at Cottage Garden! Another great option is to grab some delicious carrots from Jorgensen and make Stir Fry Snow Peas with Carrots!

Are you concerned about embarrassing yourself at the dinner table by chasing peas around your plate? You can rest easy because here is surely most elegant way to consume peas courtesy of an "etiquette expert"!

Strawberry Update Rhoads and Rock Dove will have strawberries, so stock up! If you’re a crumble fan the Versatile Vegan suggests this easy Five Ingredient Strawberry Crumble.

Other Finds

We are past peak asparagus, but you can still find some at Anderson Orchards, Cottage Garden, and Wishwell! Oakleaf has German Giant radishes. Yes, they are really big!

Franklinton Farms has broccolini and kohlrabi. Purple carrots are back at Jorgensen! And you can find a beautiful lettuce mix with multiple types of greens and edible flowers at Stokeshire Farm Fresh Picks for This Week Producers have the following available for online pre-order and/or at the Outdoor Market. Note supplies are limited. Arugula, Asparagus!, Beets-purple top and greens, Bok Choi, Broccolini, Cabbage raab,

Carrots, Chives, Collards, Fava Bean greens, Garlic greens & scapes, Green Onions, Herbs, Kale, baby kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, various, Microgreens & shoots, Mushrooms- shiitake, Mustard Greens, Peas, snow and sugar snap!, Popcorn, Radishes, Rhubarb, Scallions, Senposai, Spinach, Strawberries!, Tomatoes, Turnips-Hakurei and greens, Yukina Savoy mustard greens.


We CAN Fight Hunger - Wanted: Canned Tomatoes and Beans for the Worthington Resource Pantry

THIS SATURDAY! Donate canned food items to benefit the Worthington Resource Pantry's efforts to fight hunger in our neighborhood. Canned tomatoes and canned beans are especially needed.

We're pleased to have local Girl Scout Troop 1155 leading this community initiative as part of their Sow What education.

Girl Scout Troop 1155 is a multi-school troop of rising sophomores at Thomas Worthington, Worthington Kilbourne, and Linworth high schools. This group of girls is working on completing their Sow What journey, which is the last step they need before they are eligible to start on their Gold Awards - the highest honor in Girl Scouts.

The Sow What journey explores global issues of food and land use and the roles we play as consumers, as well as related social and community issues. Through this journey, the girls are talking with community experts, exploring ways they can change their behavior and get others involved and work on creating change in their communities.

Canned food and monetary donations will be accepted this Saturday at the Worthington Resource Pantry table at the southwest corner of High Street and W. New England Ave.


COhatch Maker at the Market - The Tart Peach

Indulge in some summer self-care this weekend with the colorful line of locally made nail polish, lip stick, tint, balm and brow tint from The Tart Peach - the COhatch Maker at the Market. Each Saturday in June, as part of our partnership with Worthington-based COhatch, we'll be featuring a local maker at the Market.

This Saturday, you'll find Jordan Penix, owner of The Tart Peach, in booth #56, between the Graeter's parking lot and E. New England Ave. We asked Jordan how she got started with her own cosmetics line:

"It all started with a do it yourself lip balm kit, a curiosity to know what was in my lip products, and a passion for lip color.

After hours of searching for ingredient lists in many of my favorite name-brand lipsticks, I'd come up short. I couldn't find them, or when I could, they would have 50+ ingredients, some of which I couldn't pronounce or understand. I became curious; what are they trying to hide, and why am I putting it on my face?

Since then, I have been hand-making lipstick and other lip products in my Columbus, Ohio studio. More recently, I've added hand-poured nail polishes, lash and brow tints, and hope to add other cosmetics further down the road!"

Take a peek at her Spring color palette here:

I think Matcha, pictured here, is the perfect farmers market green!


Save the Dates!

  • June 12: COhatch Marketplace - Maker at the Market

Featuring the nostalgic summer scents of Watermelon Rancher, Honeysuckle and Grapefruit & Sage, your nose knows the way to the Elizabeth M display - Next Saturday's COhatch Maker at the Market. Browse

a selection of handcrafted candles, wax melts and a skin care line with scents that are sure to delight your senses!

  • June 19: A Tribute to Dads, Men's Health Month and Cancer Survival

In honor of Market Manager, Christine's, dad, a stage 4 cancer patient, the Worthington Farmers Market will be hosting a celebration of dads and good health through fresh food, exercise and healthy living. Shop for locally designed apparel with a cancer-fighting mission on the Ohio Hates Cancer boutique bus. And, explore plant-based foods prepared by Chef Jim Warner and his team at the mobile education kitchen from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.


Parking at the Market

Historic Old Worthington is delightfully walk-able, especially during the Worthington Farmers Market. With our expanded footprint, extending south from the Village Green along High Street, there's plenty to explore while you stretch your legs! Use these maps to familiarize yourself with public parking options available around our downtown:

Or view the maps online at:


Can I Bring My Dog to the Outdoor Market?

Well-socialized and well-behaved dogs are welcome to accompany visitors to the Worthington Farmers Market.

We ask that pet owners abide by these rules to make a pet’s visit to the Market a good experience for everyone:

  • Pets must be kept on a short leash.

  • Pets must be under control and by the owner’s side at all times.

  • Keep pets away from produce, plants, and other food products.

  • Pets must be friendly with other pets and people of all ages.

  • Be considerate—not everyone loves your pet; some customers are fearful and others are allergic to animals.

  • Please clean up after your pet.


Current Operational Guidelines

  • Facial coverings are optional, though recommended for unvaccinated people.

  • Space between vendor booths has increased to ensure maximum aisle width. Form lines in empty spaces next to booths to allow other pedestrians to pass and keep traffic flowing in the main aisles and sidewalks.

  • Sanitize your hands often. Hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the Market space.

  • Only touch the products that you intend to buy. Or, allow the farmer or food maker to select your products for you.

  • All extracurricular activities (music at the market, busking, Market Sprouts, cooking demonstrations, etc.) have been postponed until further notice.

​And, remember, if you have a fever or if you are not feeling well, please stay home.

Thank you for your continued support, cooperation and patience!



The Worthington Partnership is pleased to announce that COhatch is furthering its investment in the Worthington community. Together the organizations will continue to drive initiatives to bring positive attention to the historic district, and support professional development and educational seminars for local merchants and business owners. The Partnership also will support soon-to-be-announced COhatch community events geared toward improving the lives of local residents.

COhatch will provide funding, hosting venues and people resources to help design and plan future programs for the community in collaboration with the Old Worthington Partnership. You will also see the COhatch airstream trailer, a multi-purpose office on wheels named "Mobi" at various events.

Thanks to COhatch for bringing energy and resources to Old Worthington! We are thrilled to work even more closely together to enhance the Old Worthington experience.

For more information, or questions related to any of our services, please contact us via email at

The Worthington Farmers Market is an event of The Worthington Partnership.

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