Updated for 2013.

farmers market

Now that it’s getting chilly out, the Farmer’s Markets have moved indoors! Yes, some have ended until next spring, but you can still find some great shopping inside!

Buy things, window shop, meet people and learn so much from them! The best part? Your kids will begin to see that food doesn’t really come from a building with neon lights and doesn’t have to be shipped from far away places. When they help you select the fresh produce and they know where it came from, they might have more fun eating it. If I’ve left one off, please comment below or email info (at) indywithkids.com

Winter Farmers Markets in Central Indiana [anti-both]

Binford Farmers Market (Northwest corner of Binford Boulevard and East 62nd Street)Indy Winter Farmers Market City Market
Select Saturdays: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. November 23rd, December 1st, December 7th, December 14th
Meat, produce, flowers, specialty foods and baked goods (over 40 vendors most weeks).

Broad Ripple Farmers Market (1115 Broad Ripple Avenue – Behind Broad Ripple High School)
Saturdays, 8am – Noon  through the Saturday before Thanksgiving. Rain or shine!
Fruit, vegetables, honey, lavender, fresh and dried flowers, plants, meat, dairy products, coffee, tea, preserves, pasta, bread and other baked goods. Shoppers are welcome to bring their dogs to the market.

Indianapolis Farmers Market (222 East Market Street )
Saturdays 9:00am-12:30pm November through April.
Scoutie at the Farmers Market at Indianapolis City MarketMeat, eggs, cheese, poultry, honey, plants, produce, flowers, baked goods and more.

Carmel Farmers Market (Indiana Design Center underground parking garage  -200 S Range Line Rd, Carmel )
Saturdays 9am-noon – through March 15th
Produce, wine, meat, poultry, cheeses, eggs, baked goods, salsa, honey, flowers and plants. No pets allowed.