At My Dad’s Sweet Corn, our farmers market participation is unfortunately limited to the summer months. But – throughout the city, there are many opportunities to support local farmers and other vendors all year long.

Below are three Indianapolis area winter farmers markets you should definitely check out this winter. We’ve also highlighted a few unique, locally owned vendors that are worth a try!


Broad Ripple Winter Farmers Market

At this market, you’ll find more than 50 vendors selling vegetables, meat, bakery items, and more.

Here are just a few vendors we think are worth a try:

Apricot Sun – Mediterranean Food Bar
Dickinson Woodworking – Handcrafted wood kitchenware
Eagle Creek Apiary – Local honey
Good Chew Company – Dog chews and supplements
Wild Sage Tea Co. – Hand blended, organic loose-leaf teas

2615 E 62nd Street, Indianapolis
November – April
Saturdays 9am-12pm


Carmel Winter Market

Now in its new location, you’ll find 35 local vendors each week including meats, honey, and baked goods.

We love these vendors (and many more not listed!):

Brickhouse Vinaigrettes – Healthy, natural vinaigrettes
Groomsville Popcorn – Non-GMO popcorn
Jo Jo’s Dough – Artisan breads, cookies, and cheesecakes
Mission Coffee – Arabic Coffee
xchocol’Art – Gourmet chocolate gifts

611 3rd Avenue SW, Carmel
Late October – March
Saturdays 9am-12pm


Indy Winter Farmers Market

This market is celebrating it’s 15th anniversary this year. In addition to vendors, you can enjoy live music and a kids’ play area.

Check out a few of the treats you’ll find:

317 Juicery – Organic cold-pressed juice
Baked & Smoked – Gluten-free sweets and savory meats
Candle and Cole – Artesian candles
Earth & Fire – Handmade jewelry
Tulip Tree Creamery – Artisan cheeses and butter

1220 Waterway Blvd, Indianapolis
Mid-November – April
Saturdays 9am-12:30pm


What markets and vendors are your favorites to visit during the colder months? Any we should add to our list?