Glasgow, Kentucky

WHAT'S NEW: 

Discussions are underway for a Permanent Location for the BOTB Farmers Market! Click HERE for more. 

SUMMER 2019 CALENDAR
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 Saturdays 8 a.m. - Noon on the Glasgow Public Square

(unless otherwise indicated - must move occasionally due to events on the Square)   

April 27- Back to the Square Kickoff     Aug. 3

May 4                                              Aug. 10

May 11                                             Aug. 17

May 18                                             Aug. 24

May 25                                            Aug. 31

Jun. 1                                              Sep. 7

Jun. 8** Car Show                            Sep. 14

Jun. 15                                            Sep. 21**BP&W Arts

                                                      and Craft Show

Jun. 22                                            Sep. 28

Jun. 29                                            Oct. 5**Car Show

Jul. 6                                               Oct. 12

Jul. 13                                              Oct. 19

Jul. 20                                              Oct. 26

Jul. 27

** When location changes due to events on the square, the market takes place in the public parking lot west of the square. 
SUMMER & WINTER DETAILS 

Summer Market Hours 2019* 

Every Saturday, April 27-October 26   

8 a.m. - Noon on the Glasgow Public Square

*Occasionally the market has to move due to activities on the Glasgow Square. 

 

Winter Market Hours 2018/19*

1st and 3rd Saturday November–mid-April

8 a.m. - Noon @ the Barren Co Ag Extension Agency 

*The market has an alternative schedule and location during the winter market. 

ABOUT THE FARMERS MARKET

The Bounty of the Barrens (BOTB) is a local, producer-only farmers market supported by Sustainable Glasgow. We offer a variety of produce, meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods and other local food and handcrafted items from Barren and surrounding counties. 

 

At the BOTB, you can meet local farmers & growers and learn how your food is produced. Buying local is a great way to build the local economy, buy healthy foods and connect with your neighbors. 

 

Together, we are creating a community of educated consumers who understand the health, economic and environmental benefits of supporting local farms & producers.