Many of your questions may be answered by reading the current version of our Market Rules & regulations. For any additional questions not covered on this page, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A. For regular market business there is no entrance fee and parking is free. You simply pay for what you purchase with any of our farmers or artisans. At times, we do host or co-host special events and/or classes that do require an entrance fee that will be specially posted with the respective event’s information.
A. No we do not have an ATM on site, but the Orange Plaza is within walking distance and there is a US Bank and Wells Fargo just a few blocks away, as well as ATM’s located on Chapman’s campus at the Argyros Forum Building.
A. We have a variety of vendors that are California Certified Organic farmers and many use organic farming techniques, but are not California Certified Organic. We encourage patrons to ask about each farmer’s growing practices they vary from farm to farm.
A. Offerings vary throughout the year and seasons but typically you can find southern California grown fruits & vegetables, dried fruits & nuts/nut butters, sustainably farmed meats, plants, flowers & herbs, sprouts, farm-fresh eggs & cheeses, jams, baked goods, honey, olive oils, yogurts, cold pressed juices, balsamics, salsas, teas, hummus, homemade pasta, fermented foods, artisan breads, vegan offerings and more. Visit our Farmers and Artisans page to learn more.
A. Ample FREE parking is provided in the public Palm Avenue parking lot adjacent to the train tracks, and the Lemon Street Parking Structure located at the corner of Maple Avenue and Lemon Street. In addition, handicap parking is available in Chapman University’s Dodge Film School parking lot adjacent to the farmer’s market.
A. According to the Orange County Health Code, dogs are not allowed within 20ft of food, so volunteer dog sitters are on site during market hours for your convenience to watch your dog while you shop at the Park Your Paws booth. Service dogs are allowed within the market according to ADA guidelines.