Piqua Community Farmers Market
Late May thru September
3 - 6 p.m.
High Street In Front of the Fort Piqua Plaza Downtown Piqua, Ohio
Thank you for a GREAT season!
The 11th season of the Piqua Community Farmers Market has come to an end. We thank our vendors, customers and community for making the event a success and we look forward to seeing you all next year.
Details on how to be a vendor for the 2020 season will be posted in early March 2020. If you have any questions about how to be a vendor for the Piqua Community Farmers Market please call Mainstreet Piqua at
EBT Accepted at the Market
Area residents who have the Ohio Direction Card are now able to use their benefits at the Piqua Community Farmers Market. The Piqua market is the first and only market in Miami County to go through the process of certification to be allowed to accept food stamps at the weekly market. Ohio Direction Card holders will be able to purchase fruits, vegetables, breads and other eligible items from the market starting immediately. In addition to EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) the Piqua Community Farmers Market can now accept credit cards for the purchase of market dollars. Market dollars can be used at any vendor at the Farmers Market and are available in whole dollar increments.
Those who would like to use their EBT benefits at the Piqua Market will bring their direction card to the information booth to get swiped and receive the amount of market scrip dollars they would like (based on available balance). The EBT scrip dollars never expire and can be used for all the items that are usually eligible through the program.
The Piqua Community Farmers Market is held each Thursday afternoon from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. on High Street in front of the Piqua Public Library. A listing of all the vendors at the market can be found at the Vendor tab on this website.
Questions about the food stamp program at the Piqua Community Farmers Market can be directed to Mainstreet Piqua at 937-773-9355.