Farmers Market at Little Rock

Kathy Spiegel, owner of Marsh Valley Farm...now at the Little Rock Cafe Monday through Saturday!

Kathy Spiegel, owner of Marsh Valley Farm…now at the Little Rock Cafe Monday through Saturday!

Plants, flowers, produce, eggs, raw honey, hand-made jewelry and other goodies are available along with outdoor dining or take-away.

We at MAC | McCammon Action Council so appreciate Kathy for bringing the Farmers Market to McCammon. This was a big goal of the MAC early development meetings…many residents expressed they would like to have a farmers market, but no one had been able to make it happen until Kathy agreed to lead the way.

The outdoor farmers market is held every Friday from 9-noon at the Pavilion Park on 6th and Center and while we continue to grow and expand the outdoor market, we are loving that we now have access to many of these items daily at her shop at Little Rock.

Thank you Kathy for all you do to make our community great!

*The day I stopped by for this photo shoot, the Tour of Idaho participants pictured above were enjoying lunch outside under the umbrella shaded tables and remarked about the warm hospitality Kathy provided them.

The motorcycle group is touring all the way from Malad to the top of Idaho and single riders as well as groups up to three will be stopping by the entire month of August for refueling and a brief respite before hitting the intense off-road trails again.

Let’s GROW our new Farmers Market Together!

Here’s a fun idea: Host gatherings with fellow artisans during the winter months in preparation for the 2020 market! —MAC
Here’s a fun idea: Host gatherings with fellow artisans during the winter months in preparation for the 2020 market! —MAC

The McCammon Farmers Market is currently scheduled for every Friday (May-October) from 9 am-12 noon at the Center & 6th Street Park. The McCammon Action Council is behind this event and with our wonderful lead, Kathy Spiegel, we were able to get the market up and running in 2019.

Many in the community reached out to us to say they would like to shop the market, but are working and not able to on Fridays. We want you to know “We hear you!” and are currently working to see if we can move it to Saturday or expand it to Friday and Saturday this year.

We’re also looking to expand and grow the market to include arts, crafts and much more. If we receive the participation we’d like to see, we’ll have booths set-up all around the pavilion park. Our vision is to have an abundance of locally grown produce…but also an array of local artisans and vendors sharing their talents and wares.

If this has piqued your interest and you’d like to be involved —in any capacity—please contact us now to get started. Spring will be here before we know it!—LeAnn, MAC-McCammon Action Council

Let’s GROW our new Farmers Market together! 

Be it homemade bread and preserves, artwork, woodwork, pottery, macrame, quilts, soaps, jewelry, honey, flowers, plants, clothing, antiques…

Whatever your specialty or skill set, we’d love to see you involved!

Contact us now for help and ideas in planning your own booth or perhaps collaborating with a group!