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Walk around the market to find delicious things that aren't always obvious. Bring a sturdy bag if you have one or purchase one of our beautiful canvas bags at the market! Ask questions and sample as most vendors let you sample before buying. Cash is accepted by all vendors. Some vendors accept credit cards. Purchase market tokens at the information booth with credit cards. Tokens do not expire and are good at any Heirloom Farmers Market.
We love dogs, we don’t like Fiesty Fidos. Please keep your dogs on a 4 ft. non-extendable leash, and one handler for each dog. Any dog that misbehaves or exhibits behavior inappropriately or threatens the safety of any persons or other dogs will be asked to leave the market.
Pucker up and celebrate the citrus season! Last year’s wet and cold winter brought a small harvest of citrus. This January, oranges, grapefruits, lemons, tangelos and kumquats are flourishing on the trees.
Heirloom Farmers Markets is proud to announce its first annual Holidays at the Market event at both the Oro Valley Steam Pump Ranch and Rillito Park Food Pavilion farmers markets. This holiday event will…
Give a piece of the Tucson desert to your loved ones this season. At the Sunday Rillito Park Farmers Market find pre-packaged mesquite cookie and prickly pear margarita mixes from Aravaipa Heirlooms.
Heirloom Farmers Market is looking for farmers and vendors interested in selling locally grown products at its farmers markets. Applications are now being accepted until Nov. 30th.