Starting July 29th 2017

The Farmers Market at Chestnut Square is moving to a new location temporarily!

Due to the construction and the limited parking availability, we are temporarily located just north of the downtown square, at Tennessee and Hunt Streets (in front of the Roy & Helen Hall Library, 101 E. Hunt Street).

There is plenty of parking in 4 lots located just a block from the new site. And 200 more spaces will be available in just 1 month! This is a great place for the market!



Who grows your food?

Consistently ranked as one of the top farmers markets in Texas, McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square is a market you will want to return to time and time again.  In addition to our variety of vendors offering local, grass fed beef and free range chicken, you’ll also find specialty items such as tamales, pastries, jerky and so much more.

Another unique feature to the Chestnut Square Market is the wide selection of  arts and crafts vendors who offer everything from locally made goat milk soap to wood turned bowls. A  monthly feature is ART IN THE MARKET where a local artisan will demonstrate his or her skills.  Potters, painters and a wide variety of artisans will offer free demonstrations every Saturday morning in the Chapel garden.

Live music, face painting and pony rides are always a treat and available every Saturday.

  • The Chestnut Square Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday 8am – 12n April 1st thru November 18th. 
  • The Chestnut Square Farmers Market winter season will be located at the Hunt St location. The dates are:
    • December 16th 8am – 12n
    • January 6th and 20th 8am – 12n
    • February 3rd and 17th 8am – 12n
    • March 3rd and 17th 8am – 12n
  • Adriatica is closed for the season. 

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Become a vendor today!

Do you have food or goods to sell? Become a vendor at the Chestnut Square Farmers Market.

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Farm to Table Dinner

This annual fundraiser dinner is the highlight of the season. Featuring a number of the products offered at our market, this dinner features some of the best and freshest foods from Collin County.

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