The Hamilton Market

Saturdays from 9am - 1pm

- Open May 15th thru the last weekend in October -

Share Your Talent!

Whether you are passionate about painting, sewing, gardening, or baking there is a place for you at the Hamilton Market! Share your talents with the locals and visitors to our wonderful town Saturdays from 9am – 1pm.

Who Can Be A Vendor?

The Hamilton Market is much more than just a Farmer’s Market. If you have something handmade or homegrown, you are welcome to join us! You could sell homegrown flowers, handmade crafts, jewelry, quilts, honey, soaps, produce etc. You are only limited by your imagination and the stipulation that it has be made by you in some way!

What are the rules?

The rules are simple: 

1. Whatever it is you decide to sell has to be crafted by you. 

 

That’s it! No hoops to jump through or complicated rules to follow. Just create something unique and then show up ready to sell! 

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"Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun."
- Mary Lou Cook -

Apply To Be A Vendor In The 2021 Hamilton Market:

Vendor fees are $50 for the season. 

Or you can choose to donate $125 in product for the market to use in promotional efforts. 

 

One day passes are $15 and are nonrefundable. Please specify on the check which weekend you are applying for.

Questions & Answers Regarding The Market:

Vendor dues are due on or before the first Saturday you plan to attend the Market.

They can be brought with you, or mailed to PO Box 13, Hamilton, MO 64644.

Make checks payable to: The Hamilton Community Alliance

No, you do not need to be there every Saturday. But on weekends when you are not able to attend we do ask that you notify us to let us know. This way we can make sure not to advertise your presence for that weekend.

This is not your typical farmer’s market. So you can sell a lot more than just produce! 

Jewelry, honey, soaps, oils, hand-sewn crafts, fruits, jams, breads, anything that you’ve made or grown. 

We do not accept items that you have not created such as MaryKay makeup, Lularue clothing, etc. 

No! You do not need a business license in order to sell your wares at the Hamilton Market.

We will be setting up at the Quilt Museum this year (the old elementary school). 

This will allow for more space for our vendors and also more parking for our visitors. 

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We look forward to meeting you!