2022 Farmer’s Market Vendors

The Main Street DeFuniak Springs Farmer’s Market takes place every Saturday beginning March 19, 2022, through November 19, 2022. NEW this year, the market has moved one block west on Baldwin Avenue.

The primary theme of the market is related to produce, plants and specialty foods. Homemade and handcrafted items are given strong preference. Other products that are accepted are intended to supplement the core theme while adding color and variety to the market.

Product categories and/or vendors that we DO NOT accept include:

  • Informational and/or promotional items
  • Resale or flea market-type merchandise
  • Packaged, nationally-distributed foods or products
  • Religious or politically-oriented businesses or individuals

VENDOR FEE: Main Street DeFuniak Springs collects a fee from all participating vendors. Fees are priced according to the frequency that the vendor wants to participate.

  • $25/per Saturday
  • $40/per month
  • $300/per season (Mar. 19 – Nov. 19)
  • $30/Drop-In Vendors

Approved vendors will be sent an invoice for their total. Fees must be paid at least 48-hours prior to participation. Cash or check only. Checks should be made out to “Main Street DeFuniak Springs” with the memo line reading “Farmer’s Market Vendor Fee”. Checks should be mailed to PO Box 681, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435.

    • If you are new to the market, you can plug in 836 Baldwin Avenue, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435 to your GPS to find it.
    • Vendors must be approved before participating.
    • Load-in as early as 7:00 a.m. on the day-of the market.
    • Vehicles may be driven within the market barricades, unloaded, and then must immediately moved outside of the barricades to an appropriate parking space.
    • Vendors are allowed to bring one 10×10′ tent.
      • Tents must be weighted down in the event of wind gusts or inclement weather.
      • Tents larger than 10×10′ must be approved prior to the market by the market manager and are subject to additional fees.
    • Tables and chairs are the responsibility of the vendor.
    • Power is limited and not guaranteed. Vendors needing power to run their operations must make prior arrangements with the market manager.
    • The market will take place rain or shine.
      • We have made a commitment to our customers to be open the days and hours we have advertised.
      • Vendors have worked long hours and traveled distances to serve their customers.
      • Loyal customers reciprocate by coming prepared with their rain coats and umbrellas.
    • If lighting, thunderstorms, tornado warning/watch, or severe and consistent rain occurs during the market or is expected to last the duration-of the market, it will be advertised on the Main Street DeFuniak Springs social media channels that the market is CANCELLED.
    • Markets will be cancelled in the event of a hurricane in or around our area.
    • Vendors are expected to do what is best for their safety.
    • Live music must be approved by the market manager.
    • Smoking and or e-cigarettes are prohibited within the market barricades.
      • If you must smoke, please have someone manage your booth, while you walk beyond the barricades to an inconspicuous location.
    • All equipment, garbage, and/or litter must be cleared at the end of each event.
    • Please be respectful of other vendor’s space and right to sell their products.
    • Vendors engaging in overly aggressive sales tactics will not be allowed to return.
    • The licensing for food vendors varies depending on the type of food and whether you are operating under Cottage Food Laws.  My suggestion if you are a food vendor is to visit the market and talk with vendors with similar type products about what licenses are required.
    • It is the responsibility of each vendor to obtain all appropriate licenses and to have those in their booth at all times.
    • Vendors are responsible for the reporting of sales tax.
    • Any necessary county health permits are the responsibility of the vendor.