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Our Markets

Weekly Sat. Farmers' Market

Every Saturdays  April - October 22nd, 7-11am

Kendall Whittier (S. Lewis & Admiral)

Winter Market 

Every other Saturday, January - March

8:30am-12pm in Kendall Whittier

*Exact dates to be announced

Holiday Farmers' Market 

Saturdays Nov. & Dec., 8:30am -12pm

Kendall Whittier (S. Lewis & Admiral) 

**Closed on weekends immediately following a holiday **

All Markets are located at 1 S. Lewis Ave. 

Celebrate TFM's 25th anniversary by becoming a 2022 Friend of the Market

TFM is celebrating a milestone!

2022 marks TFM’s 25th year of connecting Tulsans with local producers! Our success and longevity are partly due to our amazing group of vendors and the fabulous products they bring to our market, but it is also our dedicated and loyal customer base that has propelled us into a quarter of a century of business! We couldn’t do what we do without YOU!

Our market is essential to the livelihoods of the 90+ farmers, ranchers, producers, artisans, chefs, and other small business owners in our membership. We are committed to continuing to create a vibrant marketplace for our vendors to directly connect with their consumers so they may generate the necessary revenue to keep their businesses, as well as the tradition of farming, thriving in our community.

 

Your Friends of the Market donation helps to offset the costs that come with operating a market of our size week after week - a financial burden that is usually shared by our vendors as well as market supporters. From street permits to tents & tables, the cost of operating a farmers' market adds up quickly!

With a little help from our Friends…

Donations from our friends will go directly to support the function of our organization, market operations, and community outreach programs. TFM is proud to be the largest farmers' market in the state of Oklahoma, and we strive to continue our growth and increase our impact in the community- we just need a little help from friends like you to do it!

 

Become a 2022 Friend of the Market Today!

 

Perks of becoming a Friend of the Market ~

  • Your choice of a framed 25th Anniversary poster plus our 25th Anniversary tote bag and TFM stickers or all TFM Swag! 25th Anniversary apron, tote bag, koozie, and TFM stickers
  •  One time 20% off TFM merch discount code redeemable at Market
  • Listed as a supporter on our website 

 

 

Become a 2022 Friend of the Market for a one-time tax-deductible donation of $100 or a monthly gift of $10 for 12 months.

Click here to Give Monthly

or 

Click here to Give in Full

Thank you to our 2022 Friends of the Market

We couldn't do what we do without you!

Fran Bevel

Colleen Bouchet

Lora Buck

Elizabeth & Cami Burden

Brenda Craige 

Dale & Daughter

Tabor & Jen Ellison

Samantha Extance

Bill Fiddler

Linda Fiddler

Tony & Shawna Gehres

Karen Gray

F. Highlander Designs

Cathy & Steve Herrin

Shelia Hudson

Gwen Jones

Sarah Leavell & Dustin Coker

Tim Lincoln

Linda Lovern

M & S Business Services

Rick Miller

Glenda & J. Pat Murphy

NatFit_Tulsa

Linda Reid

Jared Rencher

Erica Royal

Sarah-Anne & John Schumann

Kim Smith

Tamara Smith

Ann Swift

Scott Swearingen

Tiffany Taylor

Debbie Vinyard

Holly Wall & Ed Sharrer

Linda West

Kari White 

Joan Whitney

Jacqueline Ziegler

Susanne Ziegler

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Introducing
 Second Sundays
Arts & Eats!

Meet the Makers & Shop Local on Second Sundays!

May- November, our Second Sunday Arts & Eats Market is dedicated to local artisans, small creative businesses, specialty prepared foods, flower growers, and, of course, farmers & ranchers! 

As Oklahoma's largest and most well-established farmers' market, we are answering the call from the community and area vendors to extend our local shopping offerings to Sunday this year to celebrate our 25th anniversary, starting with Second Sundays from 10-1 pm. In addition to handmade original works from Oklahoma artists, our Second Sunday Market is the perfect place to find gifts for a special occasion, fresh flowers, select prepared foods and drinks, seasonal produce, and more! We will focus our offerings on a variety of unique finds in the following categories: fine art, crafts, jewelry, health & beauty, and home & garden decor.

Click Here to Apply to become a vendor!

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TFM is incredibly grateful for our
2022 Business Sponsors!

 

As a 501(c)(3), TFM depends heavily on the generosity and support of local community members, as well as businesses, who wish to empower and uplift small-scale family farmers, the local economy, and help make fresher, healthier foods more accessible to Tulsa families.

 

These businesses have stepped up to keep our market thriving! Be sure to take note of these local rockstars who have prioritized community, the local economy, and local food! 

Click here to learn more about becoming a TFM Business Sponsor.

about

Our Farmers' Market


 

Our Mission

Advance a thriving community in the greater Tulsa area by continuing and fostering relationships between the local farmers and consumers; promoting health, and wellbeing through community outreach; facilitating access to nutritious, local foods and, encouraging earth friendly lifestyle and business practices.

 

Our Vision 

We directly connect the growers with the consumers and strengthen the local economy as Oklahoma’s premier farmers’ market.

Get 

Involved

A thriving community requires participation!

 

There are many ways to volunteer at our market and our organization. Check out all of our 2022 opportunities.

“A viable community is made up of neighbors who cherish and protect what they have in common.” -Wendell Berry

 
Local

Vendors

Meet the crafters, ranchers, and farmers. The Tulsa Farmers’ Market has over 90 vendors from across Eastern Oklahoma.

 

 

All of our farmers are 100% Oklahoma Grown certified which means ALL the produce, meat, and dairy were raised on Oklahoma Soil, keeping it truly local.