Through our programs—Crossroads Healthcare Clinic, Kinship Support Services and Self-Sufficiency—lives are being changed and improved every single day.
what we do.
What’s more refreshing than a leisurely stroll through a farmer's market? Every Saturday, beginning in August and ending in October, local and regional vendors will fill the B Lot parking area at Frontier Park in Cheyenne (off of 8th Avenue and Carey) to sell their produce, honey, jams, meat, bakery and specialty items, and so much more. Join us every Saturday morning this fall!
The 2023 market season has ended. Thank you to our sponsors, vendors and the Cheyenne community for a wonderful season and we will see you in August 2024!
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!
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).
Sponsor the Market
Sponsorships help us cover the costs associated with running the market such as sanitation, advertising, concessions and general costs, but most importantly, your sponsorship helps us distribute market tokens to those in our community facing food insecurity.
Our vendors are key to a successful market. While we can and do accept some artesian vendors, our primary focus is agricultural and food based sellers, as our goal is to bridge the gap between low-income and fresh foods. Additionally, we accept SNAP in exchange for tokens to be use at the market on fruits and vegetables.
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 am – 10 am
- 10 am – 2 pm
This is an especially wonderful volunteer opportunity for clubs, organizations, and youth groups.
To sign up, call (307) 635-9291 ext. 3012
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.
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Wyoming Food Freedom Act
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.
Farmers Market Pictures 2023