Farmers Market FAQs
Frequent Ask Questions
How can I learn more about the market?
Phone: (314) 380-8016
Facebook @St. Louis One Africa One Nation Farmers Market
When are the 2022 markets?
The markets this season are held every Saturday Beginning April 2nd – October 29th. There will be special events and programs scheduled throughout the season so stay tuned!
What are the market hours?
The markets will be open from 10 AM until 3 PM (CST).
Where will the markets be held?
Will there be space available for community organizations and nonprofits?
How much does it cost to be a vendor and how do vendors apply?
Vendors can apply on our website. The cost for a 10×10 ft Vendor space is $25/Market. The cost for Food Vendor/Trucks is $30/Market. Vendors should bring their own tables, chairs, and tents with weights (tents are optional but strongly encouraged).
What kind of vendors are you looking for?
We accept a variety of different types of vendors including non-food vendors. However, to be considered a farmer or grower, products must be grown or produced by the vendor. The market’s objective is to assist small entrepreneurs to break into the market, therefore vendors who already maintain retail operations in St. Louis will not be given priority. All persons wishing to sell in the OAON Farmers Market must fill out an application and be approved by OAON! Farmers Market management, prior to participation in the market. If there is a barrier to filling out the application, please contact the OAON! Farmers Market office and we will work with you.
Where can I get more information about your current market vendors?
You can view an up to date list of our vendors on our vendor page.
How do I use my EBT card (SNAP/food stamps) at the farmers market?
How can I use my WIC or Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks at the farmers markets?
Why should I attend the OAON Farmers Market?
Community support for the Black Power Blueprint and One Africa! One Nation! Farmers Market is continuing to bring a sense of pride in the St. Louis African community and a vision for a prosperous future once again. Additionally, establishing a farmers market where there is food apartheid provides access to local and regional agriculture products that would otherwise be difficult to obtain and residents can use SNAP/EBT benefits. See more about our position on our website.
Can I use my credit card at the markets?
Many of our farmers and vendors accept credit cards, venmo or Cash App, but not all. Bringing cash to a farmers market is a good idea, plus it saves you or the farmer paying for transaction fees.
What is the health & safety plan for the OAON Farmers Market?
Read more about our detailed health & safety plan on our website.