Southern Arizona's Best Farmers Markets

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Fridays TDT, Saturdays Oro Valley, Sundays Rillito Park: 8am - 12pm till September | 9am - 1pm October - April

Our Mission

A Southern Arizona 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that connects, educates and empowers our community to create a vibrant food system in support of local food producers and proprietors.
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How To Shop

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.

Dog Policy

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.

From The Blog

12th Annual Chile Festival

With Tucson’s temperatures sizzling, Heirloom Farmers Markets is celebrating the heat with their 12th Annual Chile Festival. Attracting thousands of visitors, the Chile Festival weekend kicks off at…

9/4 First Friday Family Funday at the Farmers Market

With summer coming to a close and the kids back in school we will be hosting our last summer fun-fest of the year. In honor of Labor Day join us Friday, September 4th at First Friday Family Funday…

8/16 Chef at the Market – Ramiro Scavo of Pasco

This Sunday, August 16th from 9a-noon find Chef Ramiro Scavo of Pasco Kitchen & Lounge will be joining the Rillito Park Farmers Market. He’ll be demoing and cooking up with local ingredients direct from the market…

Thoughts on Celebrating Farmers Market Week (Aug 2–9)

Today the local food movement has captured the attention of the nation: From the White House food garden to the increasing numbers of new farmers…