The Helena Farmers' Market is the longest-running market in the state of Montana. Celebrating its 45th birthday in June 2018, the market is the Saturday morning event for the community. Today the market stretches two full blocks in downtown Helena, drawing over 350 Montana vendors rotating through the season. Local farmers, crafters, food vendors and others bring their Montana-made products downtown for the local Helena community to see and purchase. While they browse, shoppers enjoy the serenade of local musicians and smell the fragrant aroma of fresh floral arrangements and kettle corn. Come join in the community fellowship at the Helena Farmer’s Market.
Helena’s Farmers' Market is managed and operated by our dedicated officers and Board of Directors.
Come join the community fellowship of YOUR Farmer’s Market.
Saturdays, April 28 -- October 27, 2018
9 AM to 1 PM on Fuller Ave.
Tuesdays, July 17 -- September 18, 2018
4 PM to 7 PM East Helena City Hall parking lot
Helena’s Farmer’s Market features Montana only agricultural products and Montana made or value added products.
Cash, credit, debit and SNAP/EBT are all accepted.
The Market has an electronic debit/credit card and Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) machine that is available free of charge to all customers and vendors. Customers using the machine will be given tokens rather than cash. The debit/credit card transactions are given white, black and blue tokens. The EBT transactions are given yellow and green tokens. Vendors may give change back to the customers using the debit/credit card tokens, but change must not be given to customers using the EBT tokens. Vendors who receive tokens may redeem them with the Market Manager. Vendors will receive a check for the total token value they receive. Contact The Market Manager if you have any questions.
Please read our 2018 Vendor Handbook to learn the answers to our most frequently asked questions, and for additional information about the requirements and expectations of participating in one of our markets.