Its back! The Earth to You Farmers Market is open every Thursday from 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
The market will provide fresh fruits and vegetables, locally made products, and live music every Thursday until November. The market is located in front of the law school on Euclid Avenue between E. 18th and E. 21st streets.
The North Union Farmers Market is partnering with CSU and other neighborhood partners to bring fresh, local produce to the faculty, staff and students of CSU, downtown workers and community members. The market features local vendors and farmers selling an abundance of Ohio-grown produce and food products; products featured at the 2010 market include fresh spring greens, herbs, beans, cheese, beef, honey, maple syrup and an endless variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition, local bakers and artisans offer breads, pies, pastries, jams, pasta and more.
Because the Market supports local farmers and small businesses, shortens the route from farm to plate, cuts pollution, and makes fresh foods readily available to city workers and residents, it is a vital part of CSU's commitment to sustainability. Please support Earth to You!
Earth to You is open every Thursday from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. from June 9 until November, rain or shine.
The Market takes place on Euclid Avenue between East 18th and East 21st streets.
Need to Drive? Park in the new South Garage for $1 per hour. View map.
A seasonal delight of fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, sweet treats, lunch items, and so much more. Up to 30 vendors take part each week. Everything is grown or handmade and brought to you fresh from local farmers and artisans who are committed to sustainable practices and the highest quality and freshest products.
Apples and apple cider
Peppers, potatoes, broccoli, vegetables galore
Grey House Pies
Zoss the Swiss Baker: breads, quiches, sweet treats
Judy's Oasis wide array of Middle Eastern fare
La Campanga gourmet lunches from locally grown products
Fire Restaurant wide range of soups, sandwiches, salads
Peaches, pears, plums, black raspberries
Melons of all kinds
Squash and pumpkins
Jams and preserves