Farmers Markets

Date: Saturdays May-Oct. | Time: 8 am-12 pm | Location: 11501 E. Washington St. 

343637880_542438991408484_403200668364269545_nBring the whole family to the Cumberland Farmers Market on Saturday mornings for a delightful outing filled with the best locally-grown produce and unique handcrafted artisan items. Talk with our vendors about how all their produce is straight from local farms.  Then, bring the vibrant garden colors home to enjoy on your table. Our market is more than a place to shop—it's a community gathering that brings together local nonprofits, businesses, and community members to support each other. Whether you're seeking nutritious food or one-of-a-kind crafts, our market offers a fun and educational experience for the whole family. Join us to support local producers and make your family’s weekend special!

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Meet Some of Our Vendors
edengroveEden Grove LLC

Victoria, the creator of Eden Grove has loved to bake for most of her life. She started making her own vanilla more than ten years ago. In 2022, she became the Assistant Market Master at her local farmer’s market. As she was there each week, an idea was born. Eden Grove has been blown away by the positive feedback from its customers. Each batch she makes is unique, so while she strives for consistency, there may be slight differences in flavor and appearance. She uses different beans for each batch, which results in varying thicknesses and color, but rest assured, they are all delicious.

Click here to view Eden Grove's website.

Our mission is to serve you healthy drinks as well as inspire sustainability and creativity. Many people think all smoothies and juices are good for you, but that is not the case. Some of these seemingly healthy drinks are loaded with sugar and contain unnatural additives. Our smoothies, however, are made solely with a mixture of fruits, vegetables, and other natural ingredients, with your health in mind. We ensure that what you are putting into your body is for the good. Community is also a huge part of Parched’s mission. We are here on the East Side for a reason! We love this community. 

Click here to view Parched's website. 

jamkitchenIndiana Jam Kitchen
Donnetta has always made jams/jellies, but when a local winery contacted her interested in serving it on charcuterie boards, and the rest is history. Donnetta created Indiana Jam Kitchen in March of 2021. She offers unique flavors or jams, jellies, and sauces - such as Apricot Hot Pepper (most popular), Blueberry Lemon, Spicy Tomato, Triple Berry Rhubarb, Raspberry Mint, Brown Sugar Pear, and many more. All ingredients are locally sourced and mostly grown by Donnetta in four counties - Brown, Shelby, Marion, and Hancock counties.

You won't want to miss her at the Cumberland Farmers Market!

6thday6th Day Farm LLC 

6th Day Farm is a small family-owned farm business from Indianapolis. Some of the items they offer are goat milk soap, candles, sugar scrubs, sourdough bread, fudge, freeze-dried candy, jams, jellies, crochet items, and produce. They sell hand-crafted items as well as take their farm animals to parties and events.

fletchappleFletch's Apple Lane

Fletch's Apple Lane started as a hobby orchard for David as an activity in retirement. David has been a regular at the Cumberland Farm Market since 2008. His Homemade Apple Butter received a first-place classification at the 2009 Indiana State Fair. Local Honey and other fresh produce items have been added to the Farm Market booth in recent years.

blueriverBlue River Natural Foods

The farm has been in the Smith family since 1947 and was the 1st Grade A Dairy in Hancock County. They are still milking but sell all their milk as "Pet Milk." They also sell eggs, chicken, beef, and pork. You can also find other local treats, such as lamb from Viking Lamb, a local sheep farmer. They do not process any of the milk on the farm, so the cheese is sourced from Twilight Dairy, an Amish dairy in Rockville, Indiana, which is 100% grass-fed and produces raw milk cheeses and curds. I source the Maple Syrup from a friend in Hagerstown and the Honey from an Amish farm in Cambridge City. The popcorn is raised organically in Northern Indiana.

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