About Beaverdale Farmers Market
When: Tuesdays from 4:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: 4100 Urbandale Avenue (between Beaver Ave. & 42nd St.) Des Moines, IA 50310
Contact: Jane at 515-650-1652 or [email protected]
The Beaverdale Farmers Market 2019 season opens Tuesday, June 4 for 15 weeks, through September 10. We’re in the heart of the Beaverdale neighborhood on Urbandale Avenue, with accessible areas to park, walk and sit. The market features vendors, entertainers, and consumers who value fresh, local food. Vendors offer fresh produce, baked goods, hand-crafted items and prepared meals that can be enjoyed in the seating areas.
The Beaverdale Farmers Market is managed by a board of directors comprised of community residents who volunteer their time and partner with other Beaverdale groups to create a vibrant neighborhood. We promote the “Buy Fresh, Buy Local” movement, with vendors from Des Moines and nearby communities. Beaverdale Farmers Market is a 501(c)3 organization.
Beaverdale Farmers Market Partners & Sponsors
The Beaverdale Farmers Market partners with some of the best people, organizations, and companies in Iowa. Please support our partners by visiting them each week at the Beaverdale Farmers Market, by frequenting local businesses and being involved in the Beaverdale neighborhood.
Community, Non-Profit and Business Partners
Farmers Market and Local Food Resources
Double Up Food Bucks (Healthiest State Initiative)
Eat Greater Des Moines
Farmers Market Coalition (Member Market)
Iowa Farmers Market Association
Farmers Market Online – Iowa Listings: http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/fm/Iowa.htm
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Market Listings
The Beaverdale Farmers Market launched in 2012 at Beaverdale Park on Adams Avenue, hosting around 30 vendors weekly. In 2013, the market moved to 3422 Beaver Avenue, next to Boesen the Florist, which was the site through 2015. Market traditions include local musicians, shoppers who gather to relax and meet with friends and neighbors and prepared food vendors of great variety and quality. Community non-profit organizations participate and inform the community about a wide range of topics such as health services, butterfly gardens, senior or children’s initiatives, the Beaverdale Fall Festival and more.