The Liberty Park Farmers Market fosters vitality in our local community and promotes a sustainable economy through partnerships connecting local farms and small businesses directly to our market-goers. Your support ensures the sustainability of the Liberty Park Market as a cornerstone of our community in the growing city of Salt Lake City for years to come.
The Liberty Park Market it always looking for volunteers. All skill levels and ages are welcome. As a Liberty Park Market volunteer, you will be in touch with local farmers and growers, artists and businesses. You will meet neighbors who share a passion for the market. Please join us as we grow!
Volunteering is fun! If you are interested in volunteering for the Market, please check back in February 2021 as we begin planning our season.
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We made it safely through a global pandemic and a destructive windstorm. Thank you to everyone involved for your patience, flexibility, and support. We can’t wait to see you all again in 2021!
The Liberty Park Market is held on Friday evenings, between June and October, at the beautiful Liberty Park in Salt Lake City.
Created in 2017, the mission of Liberty Park Market is to inspire and cultivate a healthy community that connects, educates and empowers our residents by connecting and providing access to our local growers, makers and businesses. Liberty Park Market is a proud member of the Farmers Market Coalition and Utah’s Own. Located at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, Liberty Park Market is produced by the Liberty Wells Community Council, a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.
Vendors provide farm-to-table food at the Liberty Park Market and offer customers a wide variety of products including fresh produce, local foods and unique specialty items. The Market helps you eat locally and in season while supporting your community.
The Market is held at the beautiful Liberty Park in Salt Lake City on Friday evenings from June through October.
Liberty Park Market accepts Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT), as well as Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB).