Credit, debit and EBT/SNAP (Electronic Benefit Transfer/Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) cards are accepted at the Iowa City Farmers Market.
Shoppers intending to pay with a card should stop by the centralized information table and swipe their cards for tokens of equal value.
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She spent eight years there working for Hyatt Resorts where she developed a great passion for hospitality, service, and wine.She pursued her wine studies through reading, tasting, and many trips to wine country.In 2004, Lauren returned to her hometown and opened her dream business: The Secret Cellar.Tuition: materials fee Sip through the mysteries of pairing wines with foods: popping corks and tasting wine samples with complementing cheeses.You’ll walk away from this workshop with a new sensory awareness and a greater confidence about wine & food pairings!The City of Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department operate farmers markets at two locations, two days a week during the summer season.The Farmers Market runs on Wednesdays and Saturdays at the Chauncey Swan Ramp, 415 E. Season opening and closing dates, plus event times are listed below.Enjoy free samples of in-season fruits, vegetables and baked goods provided by the Farmers Market vendors. Do you know a child who has always wanted to sell their homemade or homegrown items at the Farmers Market? The Iowa City Farmers Market staff welcome kids ages 8 to 18 to participate as a “Kid Vendor” during the nineth annual Kids Day at the Farmers Market on Saturday, September 22 from 9 a.m. Kids will only be allowed to sell items that they have crafted or grown. In support of the City of Iowa City's on-going sustainability efforts, single-use plastic shopping bags will not be provided by Iowa City Farmers Market vendors.Farmers Market staff encourage patrons to bring their own bags, baskets, or boxes to carry their goods.All eligible vendors will accept the EBT/SNAP tokens, and all vendors will accept the credit/debit card tokens. The mission of the Iowa City Farmers Market is to provide a venue where local farmers, producers, crafters and artisans come together to provide a variety of fresh produce and related products directly to the consumer in accordance with the Iowa City Farmers Market Rules and Regulations; to provide an educational forum for consumers to learn the uses and benefits of quality, locally grown or prepared food products; to enhance the quality of life in the Iowa City area by providing a community activity which fosters social gathering and interaction.Signs indicating which tokens are accepted by each vendor are displayed at their booth. 27, 2018 Located at Chauncey Swan Ramp, 400 block of Washington Street, Iowa City View the Saturday market map. We strive to serve culturally and economically diverse populations and to increase access to fresh, locally produced, nourishing and safe foods and other products of local labor for all patrons.