Winter Market

Nov. 21 – 22 and Dec. 12 – 13, 2014

Fridays, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Capital Square, Downtown Des Moines

ABOUT THE MARKET

Thank you for supporting

The 2013 Winter Farmers’ Market!

We look forward to seeing you on opening day in May 2014!

The Winter Farmers’  Market – presented by UnityPoint Health Des Moines is a perfect opportunity to stock up for holiday meals, parties, and gift giving with more than 120 vendors. Farmers will be selling a variety of locally raised products including eggs, beef, pork, duck, turkeys, holiday hams, and a variety of late season and greenhouse produce. Shoppers can also expect to find an abundance of fresh handmade products including locally produced honey, jams, salsa, wine, cheese, noodles, breads, pies and cinnamon rolls. In addition, poinsettias, fresh cut Christmas trees, wreaths, handmade holiday ornaments and home decorations will be available. View the list of vendors here. 

This event is free and open to the public.

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DIRECTIONS + PARKING

  • Market
  • Parking

Capital Square

Capital Square, Fifth and Walnut streets, downtown Des Moines


Winter Location

Driving Directions

Coming from the West
Take I-235 East
Take Exit 8A
Turn right onto 3rd St.
Turn right onto Grand Ave.
Turn left onto 5th Ave.
Capitol Square is on the left.

Coming from the East
Take I-235 West
Take Exit 8A, keep right at the fork, follow signs for 3rd St.
Continue onto 3rd St.
Turn right onto Grand Ave.
Turn left onto 5th Ave.
Capitol Square is on the left.

Coming from the South
Take Fleur Drive
Merge onto Fleur Drive via ramp to Grand Avenue/Downtown
Slight right onto Locust Street
Turn right on 5th Ave.
Capitol Square is on the left.

Parking

*Street parking is free of charge on Saturday.
Parking Ramps
Parking is available in nearby parking ramps at Fifth Street and Walnut Street, Fourth and Grand Avenue as well as on the street at the meters around the perimeter of the Market.

Street Parking
All metered parking around the perimeter of the Market.

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