Located at 897 Loveland Madeira Road between the Castle Skateland and the former bowling alley.

If you ventured out last Tuesday among the rain drops and ferocious storm, the vendors and I thank you. Rain or shine the market goes on. After the ferocious storm, we didn’t last too long! Several vendors had tents damaged severely enough that they had to be thrown away. (Even though we require that tents be weighted down, the wind won.) One vendor’s car windshield took a hit from a tent . . . and there were some cuts and bruises.

We did survive, however, and are back tomorrow even stronger and better. So visit the market again to stock up on the fresh food you have come to enjoy!

See you tomorrow between 3:00 and 7:00 pm.


Here’s what you will find from the stars at Tuesday’s market!


Can-du Farm – Bethel
We will have plants for you to start your own garden. Lots of tomatoes, peppers and
herbs. Hope to see you Tuesday at the market.

Ed Kluba Farm – Batavia
Will join the market soon.

Farm Beach Bethel – Bethel
Fresh produce plus lots of great information on how to cook what we sell!

Goodlife Farm – Waynesville
Herb, vegetable and tomato plants. green, red and butterleaf lettuce, kale, green onions, radishes, pac choi and some Swiss chard. Looking forward to a great market!

Grailville – Loveland
Grailville/Earth-Shares will be bringing fresh organic lettuce, chard, kale, radishes, sugar snap peas, and garlic scapes.

Irons Fruit Farm – Lebanon
We will have pies, donuts, cookies, jams and jellies, apple butter, sorghum, honey,
asparagus, rhubarb, and strawberries (quantities may be limited).

Jaybird Farms – Sardinia
Jaybird farms will have LOTS of SPROUTS for your dining pleasure as well as gourmet lettuce mix. Our chickens have been busy laying brown eggs for you. We have herb and vegetable plants for your garden. Homemade jams, herbal soaps, and other herbal items, Lavender Linen Spray that also can be used for insect repellant on your skin! See you at the market! www.jaybirdfarms.com

Jessie’s Garden – Oregonia
Will join the market in July

Rice Family Harvest – Oregonia
STRAWBWERRIES, asparagus, sugar snap peas, spinach, kale, lettuce mix, and green onions

Salatin’s Fruit Farm – Moore’s Hill, Indiana
I will have summer yellow squash, zucchini, green beans, yellow beans and sweet cherries.

Trevor, Fun Guy! – Loveland
Fresh mushrooms grown locally for you! Hopes to return next week.

Wittmeyer White Oak Farm – Georgetown
Wittmeyer White Oak Valley Farm will be there with our yummy summer squash pizza crusts–made with loads of zucchini that we grow on our farm. We will have the traditional and gluten-free varieties. Completely baked and ready for toppings, they make a nutritious, quick, delicious dinner! We will also be bringing our fresh salsa. Stop by and try a sample!


Blue Oven Bakery – Williamsburg
Wood fired baked goods including several varieties of their popular breads and English muffins and pastries.

Diane’s Heavenly Delights – Liberty Twp.
Polka dot macaroons and zucchini muffins with cream cheese frosting. Cookies: Heath toffee chocolate chips, chocolate chip, honey oatmeal raisin, oatmeal scotchies, orange delight, peanut butter, triple chocolate, snicker-doodle and Mega Medley which is an oatmeal base cookie with chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, butterscotch chip & caramel chips. Breads: pumpkin, pumpkin with chocolate chips, zucchini, zucchini with chocolate chips, lemon poppy seed, banana chocolate chip, banana nut, lemon blueberry, and apple.

Grateful Grahams – Cincinnati
We will have grahams – original + chocolate, assorted bites. At the market next week.

Kimmy’s Kupcakes – Morrow
Kimmy’s is bringing : My new Champagne Mango with Tropical white chocolate butter cream. A fresh organic raspberry with the wonderful European Butter Cream, Mocha Kicker, Not Red Velvet, Strawberry Lemonade. Also a banana strawberry oat muffin with strawberries just picked and some wonderful English Scones

That Foreign Chick’s Bakery – Goshen
I will bring: New this week is strawberry bread (made with local strawberries), Czechoslovakian shortbread, red beet chocolate cake, poppy seed strudel, orange cake, plum – walnut rugelach, triple chocolate fudge brownies ,and cinnamon swirl bread.

Zosia Bread Company – Cincinnati
Assorted crispbreads featuring Sunflower & Flax Crispbread and my Seeds & Grains Crispbread.


Ohio Farm Direct – Fredericktown
We will be bringing at least 18 varieties of cheese, all 100% grass-fed, and made on our 7th & 8th generation dairy farm with certified organic milk. A limited number of raw milk and aged (sharp) cheeses are also available. We are generous with samples, and we invite you to stop by and give us a try.

Peaceful Acres – Martinville
Peaceful Acres will be bringing all of our organic handmade lavender goodies, several new lavender items including some lavender jewelry, new kinds of hand-wrapped smudge sticks, and lavender plants! And all of the free smells you would like. Come and say hello and breathe in relaxation.

Webb Valley Farm – Wilmington
Grassfed Beef…Ground Beef, Ground Chuck, Ground Sirloin, Ground Round, Beef Liver, Soup Bone and Filet Mignon…..Brown Eggs…Pasture Raised Pork…Sausage, Bacon, Pork Neck Bones, Pork Spare Ribs and Pork Chops…Pasture Raised Lamb… Ground Lamb, Lamb Steaks and Lamb Chops. Hand Crafted Soaps and Lotion Bars…Pasture Raised Whole Chicken.


Angie’s Authentic Malaysian Satay & Sauces – Symmes Twp.
Bringing you exotic and flavorful Malaysian, Southeast Asian and Chinese food offerings made from as much local market and organic ingredients when available. My signature Satay Peanut Sauce, mild and spicy, & Marinade Spice Mix, Noodles dishes and Kaya-Malaysian Coconut Jam and Pineapple Jam, Asian inspired salads & seasonal soups, and vegan white kimchi.

Bite Catering – Loveland
The best salads and soups around the area.

Brocato’s – Cincinnati
Pasta, sauces, etc.

Carabello Coffee – Newport
We will be bringing freshly roasted whole bean coffee, iced coffee, hand squeezed lemonade, and iced tea.

Chesapeake Popcorn – Liberty Twp.
Gourmet caramel popcorn.

Delish in a Dish – Loveland
Summer Pasta Primavera, BBQ Pulled Pork, Meyer Lemon Chicken Piccata, Individual Italian Meatloaf, Spinach, Mushroom, and Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast with a white wine glaze, 6 Pack Kentucky Hot Brown Sliders, and 6 pack ham & cheese sliders.

Green Man – Loveland
Vidalia onion season is here and we at Green Man Farm will be offering some tasty relish made with these sweet delights made with just a touch of vinegar and celery seed. They go well with brats or hot dogs or save for a winter treat added to a pinto bean dish. We also will Champagne Mango jam and more of our pepper jam which we sold out of last week. See you at the market!

Ice ‘N EZ – Mason
Lots of exciting flavors for you to try.

Kartal’s Pure Honey – Cincinnati
Honey, bees wax, pollen and candles

Mt. Kofinas Olive Oil – Cincinnati
Mt Kofinas Olive Oil will bring : Extra virgin olive oil, infused olive oils, balsamic vinegars, petimezi (grape juice reduced), spices.

streetpops – Cincinnati
Gourmet popsicles in flavors of strawberry fields, Thai basil lime, pomegranate tangerine, and orange creamsicle.

Russo’s Ravioli – Cincinnati
Meat and cheese ravioli

Summuh – Cincinnati
Locally Made Artisan Hummus. Made with 100% certified organic beans as well as many other organic and local, seasonal ingredients.


Honey Sweetie Acres – Goshen
Premium Goat Milk Soaps, goat milk lotions, goat milk body butter, goat milk facial cream, organic vegan lotion, organic lotion bars, liquid hand soap, natural deodorant, organic lip balms, dead sea salt scrubs & gift baskets.

Krafty Kritters Pet Bakery & Boutique – Loveland
Homemade gourmet dog treats: “pupcakes”, puffs, crumbles, and garden salad bones. Handmade dog bandanas and bows, plus collar charms for dogs & cats.

Sacred Mountain Farms/Alpaca Paradise – Leesburg and Goshen
We have 100% alpaca dryer wool balls, super soft handmade hats and scarfs and ear warmers and baby booties, super soft alpaca yarns we spun by hand, our hand natural dyed alpaca yarn, raw alpaca fleece, alpaca rovings, hand made alpaca glittens for kids and adults, leg warmers, hooded capelets, braided cowl scarfs, fingerless gloves for guys, and new handmade alpaca mittens. Every other week; at the market next week.

The Marmalade Lily – Loveland
Will join the market soon


PRODUCE PERKS New this year! The Loveland Farmers’ Market was selected to participate in Produce Perks. SNAP/EBT customers can have their SNAP purchase matched up to $10. Go to the SNAP/Credit booth located next to the market information booth to learn more.

Short on cash? Stop by the credit booth next to the market info booth and buy tokens with your credit card good at all market vendors.

***Here’s today’s special treats!***

EDUCATION BOOTH – LifeLit is an organization of high school students who come together to help end the cycle of poverty through education. We believe that through funding Word Play, an organization who tutors students of lower income families and beyond, we will help to keep kids in school and therefore have a better chance of getting out of poverty. LifeLit’s product is a handmade bracelet. It has a range of 1-5 beads, costing 3-7 dollars accordingly. Each bead is handmade out of recycled newspaper and is strung on either a thin, leather like cord or a string. Stop at the booth to learn more about this amazing organization.

ENTERTAINMENT BOOTH -ENTERTAINMENT BOOTH – Russell Up Some Grub – Hot old-time mountain tunes cooked with a fiddle, stirred with a banjo, seasoned with a doghouse bass, and spiced with a dash of ukejo. We sing for our supper, as well as our breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and any spare midnight snacks. Our old-timey tunes will tug at your heartstrings — and loosen your purse-strings. Let us entertain you! says leader Russ Childers who plays banjo and fiddle in the band. His band mates include banjo uke-playing Barb Childers, bluesy slide guitarist Mark Alexander, and the very properly upright bass player Rob Kranz.

KIDS’ PATCH – There’s lots of opportunity for fun this year.
I SPY – Can you spy the 3 objects “hidden” around the market? When you arrive at the market, stop by the Kid’s Patch booth to get a vendor list. Shop the market and spy the items at a vendor’s booth. Put a check mark next to the 3 vendor’s names and bring your sheet to the Kids’ Patch booth and receive one dollar market buck to spend at any vendor.
Loyalty Program – Will you be a loyal Loveland Farmers’ Market customer? Each time you visit the market, stop by the Kids’ Patch and we will put a sticker on your Loyalty Card. We will keep your card at the booth. For every 5 stickers you receive, you will get a one dollar market buck. Your market bucks are good at any vendor anytime.
Weekly Activity – Stop by the Kids’ Patch for a fun activity that you can do at the booth or take home with you.



  1. p.s. Why did the Mayor make the farmers market move from Jackson Market to the bowling alley, because they had to do something with the property? Old place seemed like a natural fit an they have been forced to move too much already.

  2. How about an old school diner, reasonable breakfast, lunch, blueplate specials, good coffee with Chrome and Neon? p.s. Popeye’s Rules!

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