The Rose District Farmer’s Market was founded in 2003. Located in the southern portion of the Rose District in Broken Arrow, its close proximity to shops in the area allows for customers to experience all that the Rose District has to offer. Initially the market started with only ten vendors who primarily sold vegetables. In its sixteenth year of operation, the Market has grown to over 50 unique vendors offering locally grown and hand-crafted products.
The location of the market is ideal due to the two large pavilions which offer a cover from hot sun and rain. The bustling market is enhanced even more by the state of the art fountain located on the plaza where anyone can enjoy the peaceful patterns of water spouts and the kids can run and splash in the summer sun. We offer live music each week from local musicians and a variety of food trucks for hungry bellies. Events and demonstrations are provided throughout the season including cooking and gardening demonstrations, live radio broadcasts, petting zoos and pet adoption events, kid’s craft corners and more.
Each weekend visitors to the market can expect to see items that are grown or produced right here in our great state of Oklahoma by our neighbors and friends and enjoy music, food, and fun. Some items may vary week to week, so be sure to stop by to see what the market has to offer!
What to look for at the Farmers Market:
Flowers, vegetables, lettuce and greens, fruits, berries, nuts, herbs, broth, BBQ sauce, honey, spices, nursery stock, veggie plants, local wine, beard oil and products, goat milk soaps and lotions, hand-crafted wood products, cookies, cupcakes, treats, chicken, beef, pork, eggs, breads, lavender, locally made dog treats, infused fruit drinks, dips, smoked salmon, concrete statues/birdbaths, salsa, paleo treats, coffee, trees, milk, cheese, yogurt, chainsaw wood carvings, worm compost and much, much more.