Market FAQs


Frequently Asked Questions:

Where is the market located?
The market is located behind Bank of America, 58 South Main Street, (route 250).

Is the market open today? 
  • The Market  is open Saturdays only, 7:00 am to Noon 
  • Saturday, May 7, 2022 to the Saturday before Thanksgiving November 19, 2022. The market will not be open on Saturday, June 4th as it is the annual Canal Days festival. The market is open rain or shine.

What's in season?

We can't answer that for you, unfortunately, due to the subtle differences in nature each year. All products sold at the market are seasonal, so only offered when ready to be harvested. When the fields are empty, the produce will be no longer available. Your best bet is to ask a vendor when they think they'll have a certain item, and they can give you an idea of when they think it'll be available. They can also let you know how many more weeks they'll have a type of item.

Can I bring my pet?
We're sorry, but we ask that you respect our "no pets allowed" policy by leaving pets at home.

Is there an ATM at the market? 
There are two ATM's available -- one on site at the Fairport Credit Union, and another across the street at the Fairport Savings Bank.

Do the vendors accept credit or debit cards?
Some do. This varies by vendor. There are two ATMs close by.

Do the vendors accept Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) coupons?

Some do. This varies by vendor. 

Is there parking available?
Yes, plenty. You can park in the adjoining Village Landing parking lot and underground lot, as well as in the Packett's Landing lot across the street. Some on-street parking is available as well.

Is there public transportation near by?
There is an RTS bus stop by the entrance to the Village Landing lot on South Main Street.

Can I sell something at the market
The Fairport Farmers' Market sells locally made or grown food products, produce and services. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, contact the market manager at fairportfarmersmkt@fairportny.com for more information.

Organizations:

Farmers' Market Federation of New York
http://www.nyfarmersmarket.com/

A number of our vendors are members of the Pride Of New York program
http://www.prideofny.com/