Downtown Chandler Farmers Market

Perfect for a sunny Saturday stroll, the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market is a favorite for visitors and locals alike.  The festive, open-air marketplace features locally made and grown items including fresh and seasonal produce, grass fed meats, local eggs, cheeses and butters, fresh baked breads, local honey, jellies and salsas, assorted specialty foods and artisan crafts.

Downtown Chandler parking is available and the year-round, seasonal market takes place in Downtown Chandler, on Saturdays:

October – May
Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

June – September
Saturdays from 7 a.m. – 10: 30 a.m.

Extend your outing and take part in a free Yoga in the Park class taught by Yoga's Arc.  Perfect for those new to yoga or those with experience, the 45-minute session is a great addition to your day.  Classes are held in the Dr. A.J. Chandler Park West grassy area, next to the Crust Restaurant. 

Yoga in the Park is held Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. in conjunction with the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market

October - November

March - May

Make the most of the great weather and complete your day with a stroll amongst the Chandler murals and a meal in the park with Downtown Chandler's Dine-in-the-Park option available by purchasing your meal to-go for an easy, picnic.

Please note, the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market is taking extra safety precautions, following CDC guidelines to ensure a safe experience for customers and market vendors and customers alike.

Guidelines for Grocery Vendors:

  • Stay home if you are sick or have recently been exposed to sickness
  • No cooking will be permitted on-site
  • All hot food must be in covered to-go containers
  • Sanitizing or hand washing stations must be provided for both associates and customers
  • Wear masks and gloves, changing gloves after each transaction
  • Contactless payment
  • Social distancing among vendors will be marked out on the bricks by chalk

Guidelines for Customers:

  • Stay home if you are sick or have recently been exposed to sickness
  • Maintain social distancing of six feet
  • The use of gloves and masks are strongly encouraged
  • Contactless payment via card sales instead of cash is encouraged
  • Prepared foods are to be taken off site, to be enjoyed elsewhere
  • Produce vendors are adapting with new practices. Please follow their lead.