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Chino Valley Farmers Market at Olsen’s Grain

Sep ’16
3:00 pm
Sep ’16
3:00 pm
Oct ’16
3:00 pm
Oct ’16
3:00 pm
Jun ’19
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
3:00 pm

Chino Valley SUMMER Market Hours:

MONTHLY on the 3rd Thursday at Olsen’s  Chino Valley Store from 3-6 pm. 

  • July 16
  • August 20
  • September 17
  • October 15

The Chino Valley Farmers Market will open again for its 13th summer season on Thursday, July 16 from 3-6 pm. Thanks to our generous host Olsen’s Grain!

Rather than a weekly market this year, we have opted for a monthly event in hopes of making it easier for more vendors to participate. The Chino Valley Farmers Market will be held on the third Thursday of the month, July through October. Market dates are July 16, August 20, September 17, and October 15.

HERE IT IS! Here’s our list of vendors who have committed to your hometown Chino market, in alphabetical order and subject to change…

Broken Horn D Ranch

Hernandez Farm

Lupe’s Tamales

Olive’s Sunset Creations

Reyes Farm

two bites bakery


The Prescott Farmers Market (PFM) is honored to partner with Olsen’s Grain for another fabulous summer market season in Chino Valley. The Chino Valley Market began in 2007 and has expanded over the past 12 years to include 15 different local farmers, ranchers, and vendors. 
Each week customers will find a variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers, baked goods, eggs, nuts, grass-fed beef, pork, and poultry. Hot and ready to eat homemade tamales, tacos and burritos and refreshing drinks are also on hand.
When is the Chino Valley Farmers Market?

Thursdays from 3:00 to 6:00, through October 24th. 

Saturday Market at Yavapai College

PFM hosts additional markets including a larger Saturday market at Yavapai College in Prescott.  The Saturday market is open from 7:30 to noon, through October 26th. They have a larger assortment of fresh and local fruits, Prescott Farmers Marketvegetables, flowers, eggs, and meat. The Saturday market is a great place for breakfast, brunch or lunch.

The Saturday market is a great place for breakfast, brunch or lunch.
A few of the ready-to eat foods you can find are: 
            grass-fed burgers
            breakfast sandwiches
            baked goods and more.

You will also find free activities, such as taste tests, cooking demonstrations, and seed exchanges.

Summer time Pop-up Markets

PFM also hosts pop-up markets throughout the summer at various locations throughout the area. Make sure to visit ​​ for all the locations and latest news.

All markets offer flexibility in payment options. Customers can swipe their SNAP/EBT, debit or credit cards to receive tokens at the information booth. As always, cash is accepted.  The Double Up Food Bucks Arizona program allows customers to double their SNAP benefits at the market, up to $20 per market.

Locally Grown and Produced

PFM is a nonprofit producer-only farmers market, meaning every item sold is either grown or produced by the seller using Arizona-grown ingredients.

Dani Hampton says, “One of my favorite things to do with my family of five is to go to the Prescott Farmer’s Market. It’s more than just a trip to pick up food.  Not only do we see our friends and support our community, we enjoy the smells, sights and sounds of our local farmers and makers at work.”  Over the years it’s become a welcome weekly tradition that Hampton’s family looks forward to. “We leave with full bags and full bellies, we also feel good knowing we are a part of something so much bigger.” Hampton said. 

Mission Statement

 The mission of Prescott Farmers Market is to support and expand local agriculture, cultivate a healthy community and increase accessibility to affordable local food, which is a vital part of our economy.

For more information, visit ​​ or call 928-713-1227.