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Intnl Art & Culinary WEEK

Seniors & people at risk can shop at 7:30am.
Everyone attending over 10yrs are required to wear a mask.

April 3rd

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Church Street

Serrano-Torres

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THE MARKET APPS

One to order ahead for pick-up and another to keep up with everything there.

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Free

THE MARKET APPS

One to order ahead for pick-up and another to keep up with everything there.

Get The Vendor AppGet the Orders App
Free

THE MARKET APPS

One to order ahead for pick-up and another to keep up with everything there.

Get The Vendor AppGet the Orders App

What are you doing to keep gathering to a minimum?

  • An hour from 7:30am - 8:30am designated for Seniors.
  • Vendors will be required to wear a mask and tents will be at least 10’ apart.
  • In the majority of areas, only one side of the street will be utilized.
  • Four designated entrances.
  • Six hand washing stations with masks.
  • Signage that strongly encourages face coverings, 6’ of separation, and limited time spent shopping.
  • 6’ separation markings in the street.
  • Extra security is being provided by SafeHaven to help enforce safety enhancements.
  • We will be offering curbside pickup for app orders out of our office.

Is the Farmers Market going on now?

Yes! We are no longer doing the Drive-thru at Orchards Park and we are back on the Square. We've gotten a late start this year, but we are typically open every Saturday from April to October.

Every Saturday

Senior Hour: 7:30am - 8:30am

Open to Public: 8:30am - 1pm.

Special Events

No special events have been scheduled for this year, but keep up to date with Farmers Market news on our social media.

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Sponsor the Market

We all know that a great way to promote your brand is to sponsor something awesome. This event will be no exception. If you'd like to support the community by lending us a financial helping hand, talk to our Executive Director Andrew Heath.

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How do I place an order for pick up?

Pickup is either on Thursdays from 4-6pm or order for pickup on Saturday during the market from 8:30am - 11am. When you order on the app you will be asked to select a day. All you have to do is pull up in your car on Main Street in (front of the Coca Cola mural) and we'll bring your order to you.

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Season Vendors

These will be there every time!

Participants

We'll add more as they come.

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2020 Schedule

03
APR

Home Sweet Home

We're working with our friends at City Sessions to bring some new music and a taste of home to everyone.

01
MAY

Lights Camera Action

We're bringing it all together during the Bentonville Film Festival.

05
JUN

Adrenaline

We are thinking of all the most exciting things we can pack into a First Friday for one thriller of a block party.

03
JUL

American Heroes

American heroes come in all different places and ways. This will be the funnest way we can all thank them.

07
AUG

Back To School

It’s that time of year again! We’re turning the Square into a neighborhood block party to celebrate the end of summer and the school season ahead. Come learn about the many different opportunities for school-aged children while enjoying live music, food trucks, and interactive activities for all!

04
SEP

International Art & Culinary Fest

Last year we combined all the cultures we could into performances for the MainStage, but this year we're going a step further and bringing food & art into the celebration.

02
OCT

Adrenaline

We are thinking of all the most exciting things we can pack into a First Friday for one thriller of a block party.

Media

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Media

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The Route

Starting near the Library, the parade will go north on Main Street until it gets to the Square. Then around the square and backdown 2nd Street.

The Artists

Babes of Mud & Fire. (Janet Cross, Marg Shore, Mary Curtis)

Pottery & sculpture. Works in high fired & raku'd clay

David Gomez

It's abstract art with acrylic and ink

Fluid Art by Kimi

Abstracted landscape and interiors ranging from small to large format.

Jeff Blecher, NWA Wood Design

Custom designed cutting boards. Many intricate designs, including 3D. Custom, handmade wooden trains, custom painted door hangers,, licensed Razorback items.

Kim Seaberg

All original fused glass art pieces, varying design and forms of display.

Leona Hunter Wade & Carole Simon Pugliese

Oil and acrylic painting of “People I Use To Know”

Mal Cibulka

Resin and mixed media/found object jewelry and trinkets

Matt Coburn

Impressionistic Oil Paintings

Mike Kious

Abstract images inspired by nature. Art Prints on paper framed and unframed on display.

RazorSharpWood Michael Sharp

I create wood earrings made from exotic veneers with beautiful wood grains and natural colors. I also make bracelets, pendants and crosses. Boxes made from exotic hardwoods from all over the world., decorative wood crosses, natavities and scrollsaw items. All hand made in my shop in Pea Ridge. For the best look at my products go to Facebook at razorsharpwood.

Richard & Tina Lorenz

Digital paintings created with the Ipad Pro / Whimsical Bird Art the intellectual creation of the artist/originals, prints & book

Riley Daniel McGill

I will be displaying pen and ink drawings, as well as possibly playing and singing on the banjo if allowed.

Stephanie Petet

Abstracted landscape and interiors ranging from small to large format.

Steve Griffith

Paintings on canvas. Sizes small to large. Styles from abstract, figurative, and Impressionism. Priced from $50 to $1000

2019 Market Events

20
APR

Sat Market Opens

This is the first day of the Bentonville Farmers Market and it's a big deal. We're cooking up some really neat ways to start it off right, but we'll have more on that soon.

24
APR

Wed Market Opens

The first day of the midweek market located on the Bentonville Square this year.

11
MAY

Kid's Fest

Join us for the most popular kid event of the year! 7th Annual KidsFest headlined by Peppa Pig! Come to a meet-and-greet with Peppa, and stay for photos, crafts with the whole gang, great giveaways, and be the first to watch brand new episodes to be streamed for the first time anywhere! This is in addition to the wonderful birthday party venues and kid focused vendors that will be set up at the event offering fun activities and giveaways!

This is the first Dog Days of the year, a simple event where people bring dogs to the square for competitions and the dog parade. There are literally dog's everywhere! There are free dog treats and you can win some serious prizes for you and your dog.

Head over to the DBI booth in front of the Five and Dime to sign up for competitions like: Best Costume, Most Creative Name, and a Pet/Owner Look-a-like Contest. We have an awesome prize for each winner that you don't want to miss!

SCHEDULE
Dog Parade / 10am
Dog Competitions / 10:30am

Hundreds of kids bring their bikes and their parents for one epic ride around the square. Before-hand we set up a station to decorate your bike with the stars and stripes. Afterwards we hand out free ice cream until it's gone!

Decorating | 9am
Bike Parade | 10am
Ice Cream Party | 10:30am

People pack the Square for free Yarnell's ice cream on a hot day! There are competitions on the hour and whoever eats the most ice cream wins it free for life! It's messy and awesome.

10
AUG

Dr. Compton Day

Join us for Dr. Compton Day!  It is a FREE educational event for all ages to learn about conservation, environmental stewardship and recreational activities in NWA - all issues that were championed by our founder, the late Dr. Neil Compton. Interactive Conservation Stations, Rock Painting, Music, Ice Cream, Food Trucks & more!

Dog Days is so fun that we do it twice a year. It's a simple event where people bring dogs to the square for competitions and the dog parade. There are literally dog's everywhere! There are free dog treats and you can win some serious prizes for you and your dog.

28
SEP

Nonprofit Day

As a nonprofit ourselves, we think it's important to highlight all the organizations doing great things in the area. We gather as many nonprofits as we can on 2nd Street so you can learn more from them and support one if possible.

In addition to all our great farmers and crafters, artists decorate their booths with the art they work so hard on. Come browse or buy something incredible and support local artists.
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Halloween isn't far and this is another chance to wear your costume and hunt down some candy. All our vendors will have some and we're all excited to see the costumes. The Square is usually packed with trick or treaters. Bring a big bag!

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