The Farmers Market at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City will merge with Scissortail Park spring 2020 to create a destination Saturday market in the heart of downtown.
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OSU-OKC is partnering with Scissortail Park to create a destination Saturday farmers market, scheduled to open at the Park on April 4, 2020. The move to Scissortail Park allows for significant growth in the number of vendors and the variety of goods sold. This will provide a more robust and enriching experience for visitors. Moving forward, the on-campus pavilion at OSU-OKC will be utilized for student learning opportunities that include, but are not limited to, police and fire programs.
Scissortail Park is approximately 4 miles from the OSU-OKC campus. From OSU-OKC, go east on Reno Avenue and south onto Oklahoma City Boulevard. The Farmers Market will be located at the corner of Oklahoma City Boulevard and South Robinson. The address to the area is:
415 South Robinson Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
There are approximately 170 parking spaces around the perimeter of Scissortail Park. These spaces are free on weekends and after 6pm during the week. In addition, there is street parking to the north and west of the Park.
Additionally, there is an OKC Streetcar stop at the corner of Oklahoma City Boulevard and South Robinson Avenue directly across the street from the market location.
We are working with our volunteers called the Horticulture Heroes to assist at the market. They will be available to assist shoppers with questions as well as help to carry packages to a shopper’s car. In addition, the Park is investigating the possibility of creating a drive-up purchase pick up area on Oklahoma City Boulevard.
The OSU-OKC Farmers Market at Scissortail Park will be open on Saturdays from 9am until 1pm beginning on Saturday, April 4, 2020.
Initially, the season will run through October. Park officials are looking at opportunities to extend these operating months by utilizing the Event Pavilion on the southeast corner of the Park. Eventually, the hope is to use space in Union Station for a year-round market.
Currently, the OSU-OKC Farmers Market at Scissortail Park will be a seasonal market. However, Park officials are looking at opportunities to extend these operating months by utilizing the Event Pavilion on the southeast corner of the Park. Eventually, the hope is to use space in Union Station for a year-round market.
All of the existing vendors including those on a waiting list to attend the market were invited to be part of the OSU-OKC Farmers Market at Scissortail Park. As of February 2020, sixteen vendors have chosen to move to the new Park location. Some vendors have chosen to attend other markets in the metro area.
In addition to producing a market with the largest assortment of Made in Oklahoma vendors, the OSU-OKC Farmers Market at Scissortail Park will offer cooking demonstrations, speakers, classes, live entertainment, and food trucks creating a festive, vibrant atmosphere.
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Join our Horticulture Heroes to assist with the Farmers Market, and to help maintain the landscaping in the Park throughout the year. Email email@example.com for more information.
We are committed to creating a top-quality, destination Farmers Market for all of Oklahoma City. This partnership with OSU-OKC allows Scissortail Park to provide downtown Oklahoma City with fresh, Made in Oklahoma produce and goods while supporting local farmers, producers, and artisans. Oklahoma has an incredible network of markets across the state to support shopping locally. To see information about these markets around the state, visit http://bit.ly/MarketsinOK
Farmers Market Vendors at Scissortail Park
Beef jerky and raw beef products
A + H Urban Farm
Oklahoma grown produce
Acadian Family Farm
All certified organic seasonal vegetables and sweet potatoes
Handmade jewelry and accessories
ALZ Hotdogs & More
Sandwiches, nachos, fresh-squeezed lemonade, cherry limeade, teas, fountain drinks
Awesome Acres Pacas & Pyrs
Made in Oklahoma yarn and alpaca fiber products
Authentic German pretzels, breads, pastries, treats, and snacks
Crystals, minerals, jewelry, stones, crystal plant critters, sage, homemade natural incense, and dried flowers
Bent Tree Farm
Bedding plants, Begonias, Ipomoea, periwinkles, impatiens, petunias, dahlia, dianthus, zinnias
Burrows Family Farm
Freshly grown vegetables, seedling plants in the spring
Canadian Valley Farms
Produce, eggs, pork, beef
Coldiron Cattle Company Ranch
Natural Black Angus Beef
COOP Ale Works
Craft beer, wine, COOP Ale Works merchandise, bottled water
Crows Vegetables and Greenhouses
Wide variety of vegetables, bedding plants, hanging baskets, and fruits
David’s Smokn Barbeque
Homemade barbeque sauce
Handmade, all-natural soap, lotions, balms, face masks, lip balms, gloss and scrubs, essential oils, body butter and more
Hall and Doak’s Farm
Tomato, pepper, herb, and bedding plant starts; cut flowers, tomatoes, peppers, assorted vegetables
Happy Tails Tees & Animal Rescue
T-shirts to support our animal rescue
Heritage Grains Bread Company
i2U Culinary Solutions
Karamella Toffee Company
Ridiculously good toffee!
Jams, pickles, relish
La Cocina de Gaby
Ceviche shrimp, fish
Little Red Barn Orchard
Fresh produce and fruit
Magick Tree/Day Dreams
Handmade soaps and more
Handcrafted Druzy jewelry
Ms. Nettie’s Herbs, Spices & Teas
Herbs, spices, teas, and mixes
Mustang Creek Alpacas
Alpaca fleece products: socks, dryer balls, cat toys, bird nesting balls
Natures Harmony Farms
Herbs, lettuce bowls, herb bowls, houseplants, succulent bowls, healing plants, seasonal vegetables and fruits, MIO natural peanut butter, and spun honey
Nourished Roots Company
Handmade spice blends and seasonings
100% soy candles
Payne County Beef Company
Wagyu: ribeye, filet, strip, sirloin, bratwursts, sausage, ground beef
Pet Wants Edmond
Housemade dog treats and Spaw products, all-natural dog chews, cat treats
Petal Pusher Farms
Cut flowers and floral arrangements
Handmade fruit and cream pies
Plant Wisdom Garden Center
Herbs, vegetable plants, succulents, pottery, tropicals
Prairie Artisan Ales
Beer, T-shirts, hats
Prairie Wind Nursery
Herbs, perennials, hanging basket, annuals, grasses
Royalty Tees & Apparel
T-shirts and artwork
SA Stained Glass Creations
Stained glass sun catchers, wind chimes, night lights, indoor/outdoor plant stakes, ornaments
Sage & Elm Apothecary
Plant based artisanal bath, home and pet products
Savoir Savon Apothicaire
Soap, bubble bars, body butter, mens shaving products, non-toxic bath/body products
Croissants, pies, cake, sourdough bread
Art, t-shirts, hats, koozies
Sweet Spirit Foods
BBQ sauce, salsa, relish, peppers, pickles, olives, jams, jellies, fruit butters-condiments
Swinging K Farm
Goat milk soap, lotion, and balms
The Looney Farm
Produce: lettuce, other greens, root vegetables, seasonal fruits, and other various vegetables
The Winn Garden
Vegetables: leafy greens, hot pepper, green onion, herbs; Fruits: Asian pears, jujube
Glass jewelry, home decor, and garden art
True Livin Farms
Tsunami Riot Designs
Handmade jewelry and talismans
Ward Family Farms
Chicken, beef, eggs, mixed produce, and handmade soap
Macarons, cookies, baked goods
Wildhorse Canyon Farms
Wine, fruit spread, wine jelly
All-natural fruit popsicles and handmade ice cream bars
Workin the Plank
Handmade cutting boards, serving boards, coasters, wood conditioner
BBQ brisket, pork, and chicken