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SATURDAYS, June 6 – OCT 10, 2020 

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

WEAR A MASK
NO PETS ARE ALLOWED
PAY VIA CARD VS CASH
NO CONSUMPTION OF FOOD
PLEASE PRE-ORDER FROM VENDORS
1 FAMILY MEMBER VS WHOLE FAMILY
NO TOUCHING OF PRODUCE/PRODUCT
 PLEASE STAY HOME IF YOU ARE NOT FEELING WELL
 

Golden Farmers Market runs from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM, every Saturday, June 6 – October 10, 2020,  and is held in the parking lot just west of the Golden Library on 10th and Illinois streets in historic downtown. Presented by the Golden Chamber of Commerce

WHAT YOU’LL FIND THERE

Presented by the Golden Chamber of Commerce

Featuring fresh produce, beautiful flowers. local products and delicious cuisine.

The Farmers Marker will be following strict guidelines and protocols so please be patient and know that the Market will look very different from prior years. The number of vendors has been greatly reduced and only includes businesses selling products deemed "essential". Please be patient if you must wait your turn to enter the market. 

Since 2001, the Golden Farmers Market has been presented by the Golden Chamber of Commerce. The Farmer’s Market includes free parking.The market features fresh produce, beautiful flowers, local products and delicious cuisine.  Enjoy and purchase fresh fruits and veggies, and much more!

When you're in Golden for the market, please visit our shops, attractions, restaurants, and services that are Open for Business

Free parking is available in Golden’s free parking garages just a few blocks from the market. 

 

The Golden Farmers’ Market accepts Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, previously known as food stamps.  Please visit Jefferson County SNAP Program for more information.

Golden is also participating in the SNAP incentive program, Double Up Food Bucks Colorado.  Double Up Colorado helps increase access to fresh, Colorado-grown fruits and vegetables. When recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) shop at participating farmers markets, they can now have their purchase matched with a voucher worth up to a $20 per visit to put toward Colorado-grown fruits and vegetables. For more information about Double Up Colorado – in both English and Spanish – please visit Double Up Food Bucks.