Historic Farmers Market Offers Taste of Tippecanoe County

Since 1839, the Historic Lafayette Farmers Market has been providing the Lafayette and West Lafayette area with the freshest, highest quality locally grown produce, dairy products, and farm raised meets in the state. It is a great place to piece together a lovely breakfast, as well as to stock up on things like fresh baked breads and pastries, artisan cheeses and home grown fruits to take to your tailgate.

The Historic Lafayette Farmers Market is located in Downtown Lafayette on 5th Street between Main & Columbia, and is open May-October, Tue & Sat, 7:30am-12:30pm. Or visit the Purdue Campus location on Thursdays from 3:00pm to 6:30pm at the Dauch Alumni Center.

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Photo courtesy of facebook.com @Historic Lafayette Farmers Market
Photo courtesy of facebook.com @Historic Lafayette Farmers Market
Photo courtesy of facebook.com @Historic Lafayette Farmers Market
Photo courtesy of facebook.com @Historic Lafayette Farmers Market
Photo courtesy of facebook.com @Historic Lafayette Farmers Market
Photo courtesy of facebook.com @Historic Lafayette Farmers Market
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About: Heather Blackmon-doForno

As a member of the Ohio State University Marching Band, I quickly grew to appreciate the dedication and pride each Big Ten Marching Band exhibits, as well as the traditions, history and culture of each school they represent. Being a passionate world traveler, my trips to Big Ten schools have always involved an effort to go beyond the game, scoping out the best local places to eat, delving into local history, viewing the campus architecture and learning about quirky folklore.