Winter Farmer's Market returning to Indianapolis for 12th year

(Photo provided by Winter Farmer's Market)

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – The Winter Farmer's Market in downtown Indianapolis is returning for its 12th year.

You can stop by the Circle City Industrial complex every Saturday between Nov. 9 and April 25 to pick up fresh, local produce.

There will be more than 75 local vendors and a SNAP matching program called Fresh Bucks. Fresh Bucks is a county-wide program that provides access and affordability to fresh produce for families on SNAP. That means when a person comes to the Winter Famer's Market and swipes their SNAP card for $20, they receive an additional $20 of Fresh Bucks to spend on produce.

The Winter Farmer's Market will also host a weekly donation-based yoga series and cooking demonstrations led by non-profit community partners

A youth area will also be available for kids to enjoy with live music performances.

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