Fall Market enjoyed by all....


Yes the party was great last weekend but it was back to business as usual the following Saturday at Oxford Farmers Market Uptown. Fall market continues through the Saturday before Thanksgiving and is enjoyed by young and old...

OH, WHAT A CELEBRATION: the magic of "Cultivating Community..."


The magic of "cultivating community" really came together as Oxford Farmers Market Uptown and MiamiOxfordOrganicNetwork held their joint celebration under the direction of Marge Glaser at Oxford Community Arts Center Ballroom on Sunday Oct 25.
Around 150 people attended both organizations' annual meetings, held a raffle of donated community goods, contributed to Market Share (bring something/take something), offered up more fresh/local/seasonal food than could be consumed and serenaded the gathering all the while; what a party!

GREEN SCREEN—an environmental film series from the Oxford I.C.C.W.G.

an environmental film series from the Oxford I.C.C.W.G.

Green Screen presents films and videos about the science, art and spirituality of the natural environment. Presented on the second Wednesday of each month starting in September. We aim to show films on the environment that educate, amuse, motivate and inspire. All films are presented at 7:00p.m. at the Oxford Community Arts Center. Films are free but donations are greatly appreciated. Think of it as “eco-tainment.”

Oct. 14th

“Mountain Mourning”

Is that a cracker or WHAT?


Oxford Farmers Market Uptown clientele often request gluten-free products.
Market manager Larry chows down on an Artistry Farm millet/corn cracker round.

THANK YOU to this dedicated patron of Oxford Farmers Market Uptown...


Families love our Market - Katherine, Christopher, Jen & Cynthia. Katherine has a bouquet of basil


The children wanted to tell everyone to root for the Coyote Soccer Team!

Each week we have hundreds of shoppers just like Verda Ozden that love our market.

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Thank you Verda and everyone else that makes our market such a success.
Sincerely, Larry Slocum, manager

SROUT house was busy today

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Samuel First was showing me the bunny's nose. Samuel is the reason we have the SPROUTS program. Stop by each week for a new adventure.
Samuel is the son of Josh & Sara First.

Geri Sue & Rick Sandor invited Ellen Pill to have breafast at the market!

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Every Saturday Geri Sue and Rick enjoy a market breakfast. Stop by and join them.

Cultivating Community...


Two friendly people who are supportive of Oxford Farmers Market Uptown's mission to "grow farmers."

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