Through our four programs—Crossroads Healthcare Clinic, Kinship Support Services, Laramie County Head Start, and Self-Sufficiency—lives are being changed and improved every single day.
what we do.
What’s more refreshing than a leisurely stroll through the farmer's market? Every Saturday, starting the first weekend in August and ending the first weekend in October, local and regional vendors line 15th Street in downtown Cheyenne (between Pioneer Ave. and O’Neil Ave.) to sell their produce, honey, jams, meat, bakery items and so much more. Join us this Saturday!
2019 Market: Saturdays, August 3rd - October 5th
Market Hours: 7 am to 1 pm
We accept SNAP/EBT and credit/debit cards!
our calc connection.
The Cheyenne Farmer's Market is CALC’s annual Board fundraiser, Market proceeds directly benefit CALC’s programs. Though most people don’t realize the connection, the success of the Market directly affects our ability to provide beneficial services to the community through our programs. The Market is an experience like no other; in Cheyenne, the season is short but bountiful. Don't miss it!
Questions about the Market? Want to get involved as a vendor or volunteer? Please call (307) 635-9291 or click the “call” button below to connect with us now (if you’re viewing this on a mobile phone).
See CONTEST DETAILS here!
Volunteer with us
We’re looking for friendly volunteers to assist us on Market days with:
- Setup/teardown of the CALC booth
- Assistance with entrance security
- Carrying groceries for Market shoppers
- Parking Attendance
Volunteer shift times are as follows:
- 6 a.m.- 9 a.m.
- 9 a.m. to noon
- Noon to 2 p.m.
This is an especially wonderful volunteer opportunity for clubs, organizations, and youth groups.
To sign up, call (307) 635-9291 and ask for Gina.
Sponsor the Market
Download Cheyenne Farmer's Market rules and regulations
Joining us as a vendor? See our rules and regulations for all you’ll need to know, from space fees to where to park.
Click to download:
Farmer’s Market Rules and Regulations
Download Wyoming Food Freedom Act
The general purpose of the Wyoming Food Freedom Act (WFFA) is to allow for the sale and consumption of homemade foods.
Click to download:
Wyoming Food Freedom Act
Download Wyoming Food Safety Requirements for Farmer's Markets and Local Producers/Processors
This publication is to inform producers, processors, vendors and some buyers of the requirements for selling or using products from local producers and foods purchased from farmer’s markets.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I’m going to the Market, where should I park?
Free parking is available in the Jack R. Spiker parking structure, located on the corner of Lincolnway and Pioneer Avenue, as well as on designated parking areas in the surrounding streets.
Is handicap/elderly parking available?
Yes! We utilize the Industrial Distributors parking lot (located at the corner of 15th Street and O’Neil, accessible only from O’Neil) for disabled and elderly parking ONLY.
What forms of payment are accepted at the Market??
Some of our vendors have the ability to accept credit/debit cards, all accept cash and market tokens. Tokens can be purchased at the Community Action booth with your EBT card, credit/debit card or cash.
Can I bring my dog to the Market?? No, please don’t bring your pet! We have a letter from the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department stating that no animals are allowed in a Food Service Establishment, this includes the Farmers Market. Even if carried, PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED.