Every Sunday - Rain or Shine
The Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market is located on Harvard Ave. in the Claremont Village. (Just across the street from City Hall.) Parking is available throughout the Village.
California Certified Farmers’ Markets are the “real thing,” which means that they are places where the farmers sell their crops directly to the public. Before a farmer can sell at a certified market, the government checks to make sure that the farmer grows the produce they are selling and that they abide by state agricultural guidelines.
Elimination of packing, shipping and wholesale costs means both the farmer and consumer save money (and help the environment!) Come enjoy the safe, nutritious, vine and tree-ripened fruit and vegetables that are California-grown and certified by the State of California.
The Farmers & Artisans Market was founded in 1996 to connect California farmers and artisans to the local community. We now have over 100 growers and artisan members sharing their goods and services throughout the year.
Our farmers are working diligently to bring the freshest and most nutritious produce our rich local agricultural land has to offer for you and your families.
The Claremont Forum sponsors this weekly event and we are committed to helping promote local family farmers and to bring quality produce to our community. Proceeds from each market also help to support our service projects, such as the Prison Library Project.
Each week we host 8 different local artisans. We rotate between over 35 different artists, and are always adding new faces! You will find clothing, jewelry, handcrafted items and more. Our weekly market is the perfect place to find unique artisanal crafts made locally.
Shop, enjoy strolling the beautiful tree-lined streets and be sure to check out the many nearby restaurants and shops.
In addition to being local, our director, Kathy Spear, makes sure the market has variety, quality handmade goods. Our artists are creative entrepreneurs who are happy to explain how items are created and sourced.
My favorite Sunday morning market! Fresh grass fed meats, aluminium free deodorant, honey and more!
Best farmers market in the east San Gabriel valley!
Real farmers selling their products here. You have everything from specialty soaps, books (for the Prison Book program), herbs, avocados, flowers, cheeses, pitas and hummus, succulents, fresh eggs and plenty of fruits and veggies- organic and non organic. It is located on one block closed off to vehicles every Sunday, rain or shine. Lot of the fruits and veggies have cut up samples to try. We love the persimmons. So delicious.
Nice selection of vendors, lots of organic produce. I love the Claremont Village and this market is one of the reasons why!
What is this amazing place!!! This is truly a true farmers market. There is so much variety in fruits, Vegetables, honey, eggs, live herbs, meat, and even jewelry. Most of all the produce are all organic as well. The prices are also below grocery store prices. Plus you are buying direct from the people who harvest all this food for our enjoyment rather than large corporations trying to make a profit. While here we bought a variety of fruits which a lot of the fruit-stands have free samples. They also sell cheese and crafts here as well. If you go to any of the local farmers market's this is the one to go to. We will be back.
I've enjoyed this farmer's market for over 10 years! The vendors are fair and have quality fruits, veggies, and products. You can't beat a $5 bouquet of flowers!
I think the market is better than ever since you moved to Harvard. It feels so much bigger. My wife and I walk to the market every Sunday morning.
The Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market is located on Harvard Ave. (between 1st St. & Bonita Ave) in the Claremont Village.
The market is sponsored by the Claremont Forum, a 501(c)(3) organization.
If you are a certified farmer or food vendor, you can apply here. Artisans can apply here. Our market managers will review your application and contact you if approved. You can contact our managers directly (see below).