Frequently Asked Questions
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At The Junction Area Farmers Market, our goal is to make sure your shopping and vending experience is the best it can be, and we continuously go the extra mile to cater to your every need. We’ve compiled a list of answers to some of our customers’ previously asked questions. Check out some of the questions, and get in touch with us today! If your question isn't answered below, please reach out to the market manager, Candace Morrison, at TheJunctionAreaFarmersMarket@gmail.com
Do all your vendors accept the same methods of payment?
All vendors accept cash. Most accept check, paypal, cash app, or venmo. Many accept cards. Ask each vendor!
Is the market open rain or shine?
Rain or shine, the market is open! In times of flooding, we often relocate. If conditions prove to be unsafe, the market will be cancelled or rescheduled.
How do I become a vendor?
First start by determining whether you are eligible. Basic requirements are that you are a Texas vendor and have homegrown or homemade products. Informational booths accepted on a case by case basis. Second, email the market manager, Candace Morrison, at TheJunctionAreaFarmersMarket@gmail.com. Applications are accepted online.
Can my band play at the market?
Maybe! Send an email with band information and type of music to the market manager, Candace Morrison, at TheJunctionAreaFarmersMarket@gmail.com to get on the music calendar. If the music fits, Candace will reach out to you. Include samples if available.
How can I see which vendors will be at the market?
The Vendor List will be posted under our Vendor List column on our website, on Instagram, and on Facebook each week. Those vendors who want their products known that week will include a list of items as well.
Where are the bathrooms?
The bathrooms for the market are the City bathrooms located at the covered pavilion near the swimming pool.
Where does the money from the beer donations go?
The Junction Area Farmers Market funds scholarships given to Junction High School seniors. The money from events and donations to the market fund these scholarships.