Plain Township Farmers' Market

Please join us, rain or shine, for the opportunity to be entertained & educated while shopping, enjoying the park's amenities and dining local. The market offers a diverse group of local vendors that create a wide array of produce, meats, plants, baked & preserved goods, personal care products, crafts, home d├ęcor and made to order food. Every week there will be local musicians sharing their talents, new vendors, a community information booth, 3+ food trucks, special events/classes and activities for children in the Kids Connection tent.

The market is hosted by the Plain Township Parks Department & Board of Trustees. It is held at Veterans Park, located at 1714 Schneider Street NE, Canton, OH 44721. The park is dog friendly and offers a scenic walking trail, covered pavilion, new bathrooms, a top of the line playground and an award winning Veteran's Keystone Monument and Blue Star Memorial Marker.

It's a weekly event the entire family can enjoy!

Farmers' Market Dates

Open every Wednesday from May 3rd until August 30th, 2017 between 4:00-7:00PM.

Get Involved with the Farmers' Market

View DocumentBecome a Farmers' Market Vendor
View DocumentBecome a Farmers' Market Food Vendor
View DocumentBecome a Farmers' Market Winery Vendor
View DocumentBecome a Farmers' Market Informational Vendor
View DocumentBecome a Farmers' Market Musician
View DocumentBecome a Farmers' Market Volunteer
View DocumentBecome a Farmers' Market Sponsor

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The Plain Township Farmers' Market is sponsored by:

Sprouting Sponsor -
Denise Evans, Realtor, Cutler Real Estate

Friend of the Market -
Know Your Roots Ohio

    The Mucci Team

      Friend of the Market -
      Bill McCarron, Huntington

Friend of the Market -
Gionino's Pizzeria

Farmers Market of Plain Township Stark County Inc. is a non-profit public benefit 501(c)(3) corporation and is operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your generous donation.