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Hours of Operation

April 1 - Oct. 1

Monday-Friday from 9 am - 6 pm
Saturdays from 8 am - 5 pm
Sundays from 10 am - 5 pm

Oct. 1 - Oct. 31

Pumpkin Patch hours:
Sunday - Thursday 9 am to 6 pm
Friday and Saturday 9 am - 8 pm 
Harvest Market is open Saturdays from 8 am until noon 

Nov. 24 - Dec. 24

Christmas Market is open daily from 9 am - 9 pm. For more information, contact Summit Produce at 314-984-9496.

Summit Produce will be closed on the following dates: Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th and 5th, and Labor Day. 

Tropical Moose is open daily from 12 - 10 pm: mid-May through September. Tropical Moose is closed on July 4th. 



Breezy Meadow Farm
Farrar Out Farm Organic Produce & Poultry
Ju Ju Beans Microgreens
On the Wind Organic Produce
The Summit All Seasons Market

Poultry, Meat, Eggs and Cheese

Farrar Out Farm Organic Produce & Poultry
The Summit All Seasons Market

Cut Flowers & Bedding Plants

Farrar Out Farm
Hope Soaperie
Missouri Wildflowers Nursery
The Summit All Seasons Market

Prepared Foods, Baked Goods, Soaps and Other Local Producers

All Seasons Cafe
Beignet All Day
Brad's Kettle Corn
Gwin's Tiny Kitchen
Hope Soaperie
La Canasta Co.
LC Coffee Roasters
Mind Body Skincare
Modern Matha
The Tamale Man
The Summit All Seasons Market
Tropical Moose Shaved Ice
Walk Away Waffles 

Come by often to discover new vendors, as they change frequently!
Interested in space? Call Market Master, Kori Andert, at (314) 822-0084.

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Tips & Faqs

Where should I park?
See our parking guide here.

Take your time and have fun browsing.
Make going to the market a fun event.

Stroll all the stands
to see what's available before making your decision.

Go early.
You'll find the best selection.

Ask questions.
If you don't know what a food item is, just ask.

Introduce a friend to the farmers' market.
It may be that the farmers' markets are the best hope for the family farm, especially as we begin to realize the extreme importance of having a food source close to home.

Talk to the producer
Ask how to prepare and cook the item. Get valuable information on even the most common fruits and vegetables.

Don't be afraid to try something new! You may discover a new favorite food to make your summer recipes even richer and sweeter.

Involve the children.
Give them a few dollars and let them buy whatever produce they want to eat. It's a good way to encourage them to eat more fruits and vegetables.

Familiarize yourself with the market
and its producers by visiting it regularly.

The freshness of the fruits and vegetables you will purchase is beyond compare!

To learn more about the Farmers' Market contact:

Kori Andert, Market Master
(314) 822-0084 |