Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market

Orange Home Grown is a non-profit organization that runs and manages the Saturday Farmers and Artisans Market in the heart of Old Towne Orange. The Farmers Market is open rain-or-shine every Saturday from 9am to 1pm on the parking lot of Chapman University’s Becket Building (303 W. Palm Avenue). Featuring farmers & food artisans offering locally grown fruits & vegetables, sustainably sourced eggs, meat, seafood, cheese, baked goods & other artisan products. We are a healthy food based market. Food must be prepackaged to be sold on site. Local handmade craft artisans are invited to participate in the market every November and December. Live music, kid’s club, yoga classes, cooking demos, pet-sitting, market tours, EBT & food trucks make this a must visit Saturday spot for the whole community. The location has been generously donated by Chapman University, along with complimentary coffee and pastries each Saturday. Come spend your mornings with us!

Market Parking

Street Parking on N. Cypress Street, Chapman’s Digital Media Arts Parking Lot on N. Cypress Street, and City Parking Lot west of train tracks on Palm Avenue. Additional handicap parking and chef parking available in the front parking lot of Chapman University’s Film School on N. Cypress Street.

Park your Paws

Walk your dog to the market. Free dog sitting every Saturday while you shop. Located off of Lemon Street, near market restrooms.


Listen to live music every Saturday by local musicians while you shop. Please contact Paula Soest for more information.

“Chapman University is delighted to offer Orange Home Grown the space to hold its weekly farmers’ market, and we have been thrilled to see this event’s growth and tremendous popularity,” said Chapman University’s Vice President of Campus Planning & Operations Kris Olsen. “The University is proud to be a neighbor and a historic part of the Old Towne Orange community, and many of our students, faculty and staff are loyal customers of the market. We look forward to continuing as a committed supporter and partner of Orange Home Grown.”
Kris Olsen (Chapman University)
The market continues to be a well-loved event in the City of Orange. “It’s great to see the community come together and show support for our local vendors,” says Executive Chef Gabbi Patrick, who is a huge supporter of the Farmers Market. “On any given Saturday at the market, you can find residents, chefs, store owners, city officials and students shopping.”
Gabbi Patrick (Gabbi's Mexican Kitchen)
“We’ve gotten such positive feedback on the food tours we provide to the Orange Home Grown Farmer’s Market,” says Renee Dallas of Old Towne Orange Walking Food Tours, which visits regularly. “In fact, week after week we run into people we’ve introduced to the market coming back to shop, lingering over coffee and getting some great fresh produce. There’s a unifying effect on the community too, as I think just about everyone here can come together over healthy food, locally grown; celebrated in this historical area we all feel connected to.”
Renee Dallas (Old Towne Orange resident)