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A guide to Indy’s winter farmers markets

Shop it like it’s still hot this winter.

People shopping inside an old department store

We love this creative reuse of the old Macy’s department store in Glendale.

Photo via @brfarmersmarket

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As we kick off the month of November, you might be thinking it’s the end of farmers market season. But lucky for you, there are actually four winter markets around Indy to carry on your weekend tradition.

🍠 Indy Winter Farmers Market, 1220 Waterway Blvd.

One of the largest winter markets in the state, the Indy Winter Farmers Market will be back in action every Saturday in November through April from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. This market is hosted by local nonprofit Growing Places, which has a multitude of programs for those who want to support urban agriculture.

🥕 Broad Ripple Winter Market, 6101 N Keystone Ave.

If you live on the north side, Broad Ripple Winter Market is another option for those who like to shop local. A continuation of their warm weather market, it’s located inside the old Macy’s building in the Glendale Mall — now called the Glendale Town Center. You can catch it every Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon.

🥦 Perry Community Winter Farmers Market, 5129 Emerson Ave.

The south side’s weekly shopping event is being held at a new location this year. Dammann’s Garden Company (not to be confused with Dammann’s Garden Center & Greenhouse) “said yes” to the winter market and will host it every week in Beech Grove on Tuesdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

🍎 Carmel Winter Farmers Market, 510 3rd Ave. SW

Just three blocks north of the summer market, this winter market is taking place inside the only remaining factory building in the city. Through the end of March, you can catch your favorite north side vendors every Saturday from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

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