Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market
Sundays | 8 AM to 1 PM
in the Claremont Village
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.
SORRY, NO DOGS ALLOWED (EXCEPT SERVICE DOGS)
We accept CalFresh/EBT, WIC and Senior benefits at the market - Check in at manager's booth
About the Market
Farm Fresh & Locally Grown
The Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market was founded in 1996. What began as a small gathering of local farmers in a local parking lot has evolved into one of the areas largest and most respected farmers markets in eastern Los Angeles County.
As part of the Claremont Forum's mission to provide wellness, education, and the arts - our market strives to connect local farmers and artisans to Claremont and surrounding communities.
Local Farmers & Food Producers
We are a Certified Farmers Market
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!). We are dedicated to bring you the freshest and most nutritious fruits, vegetables, bakery items, eggs, honey, meat products, cut flowers and potted plants, all at the peak of the season and DIRECTLY from responsible California family farmers.
Supporting Local Artists
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.
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
Three-hour parking is available in six lots throughout the Village, with additional three-hour parking available in the parking structure located on the southwest corner of College Avenue and First Street.
Most on-street parking near storefronts is two-hour parking.
All-day parking is available at the public parking lots located: west of Indian Hill at First Street and at the Metrolink parking lot east of College Avenue.
Sorry, no pets! California state health laws restrict all animals from the markets, except service animals.
Become a Vendor
We are always accepting applications for new farmers and artisans. Complete the application (link below) and a market manager will contact you if there is space available.
Busker & Nonprofit Organizations
The Sunday Farmers & Artisans Market invites local musicians and community nonprofits to join the market. Space is limited. If interested, complete the Busker/Nonprofit Organization form.
Nonprofit organizations can also make a reservation by calling Oscar DeLeon at (714) 345-3087. There is a $35 reservation fee.