Grow Oak Ridge is a nonprofit organization that promotes health in Anderson County by growing connections between local farmers, food producers, and the public.

Winter Farmers Market

Winter Farmers' Market by Grow Oak Ridge

  • Open 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays in December, January and February (closed Dec. 29).
  • St. Mary’s School Gym, 323 Vermont Ave., Oak Ridge, TN.
  • Fresh, locally grown foods, including winter produce, artisan breads and pastries, locally raised tilapia, honey, free-range eggs, pasture-raised meats and more! Our artisan crafters offer handmade soaps, lotions, jewelry and home decor. 
  • We often have a food truck outside, with an indoor eating area and live music to enjoy.
  • University of Tennessee Extension Service presents “Farmers’ Market Fresh,” with recipes and information about local foods.
  • POP Club (Power of Produce) is for children 12 and under. They can take 2 bites of a veggie and get $2 to spend on fruits & veggies in the market. We are seeking support for the POP Club. Please contact us if you can help.

Double SNAP Benefits – Scan your EBT card to purchase market tokens at the Welcome Desk, and you will receive a matching amount in Fresh Savings tokens, good on fresh fruits and vegetables at the market, up to $20 per transaction.

Join us every week for free children’s activities, tastings, games and prizes! 

Market Reminders

Market Reminders

Text Reminder

Saturday morning text reminder. Standard rates apply. Text STOP to quit.

Email Newsletter

Our Friday morning email during market season sends a market map, vendor list and what's happening for kids at the market.

Programs

Grow Oak Ridge Programs Include:

  • Fre$h Savings: SNAP doubling program at markets sponsored by the AARP Foundation.
  • Power of Produce Club (POP Club): Educational activities for children at every market! Take 2 bites of a fruit or veggie and get $2 to spend in the market on fresh fruits & vegetables.
  • Farmhouse Cooking Demonstrations: Learn to cook with our farmers at the Winter Farmers Market.