Los Ranchos Growers' Market & Art Market

Celebrate the 25th season of the Growers' Market!  The next market is Saturday, July 22, 2017,  from 7:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. at 6718 Rio Grande Boulevard NW, Los Ranchos, NM 87107, in the tennis court parking lotIn the event of inclement weather, the market will be held in the adjacent community barn

25 Years

Join us for the 25th season of the Los Ranchos Growers' Market. Every Saturday from 7:00 am to 12 (Noon). 

Flower Festival at the Growers' and Art Market - Saturday, July 22th

Flowers give us a smile and brighten our day.  Flowers are an important part of our growers market - fresh bouquets, seasonal plants, edible flowers and more.  This is the peak of flower season.  Lots of fresh flower bouquets featuring a wide rang of types and colors of flowers.

* Kids Korner activities and face painting

* Bee - pollinator exhibit

* Lavender Wand demonstration: lavender wand making demonstrations at the Info table from 7:30 - 10 am.  

* Ask the various vendors  your questions about flowers — how to grow the various flowers, how to dry them, etc.

* Artists will have flower themed art

* Turquoise Trail Dog demonstrations on the green

Market tables will have apricots, blackberries, cherries, peaches, raspberries, summer squash, egg plant, beans, tomatoes, plant starts (veggies, flowers, herbs), eggs, assorted greens, garlic, fresh herbs, carrots, beets, radishes, turnips, potatoes, onions, smoothies & burrito bowls, pasta, honey, grass fed beef, salmon, pork, local products, burritos, bread & pastries (regular and gluten free), popcorn, ice cream/Italian ices, lemonade, ice tea, hot coffee, and more!

Artists feature creative and unique products at the Los Ranchos Art Market. A large variety of beautiful and useful creations handcrafted by New Mexico artisans are available. Products include jewelry in various styles and materials, pottery, glass mosaics, painted gourds, leather products, metal art, soaps and personal care products, tee shirts, products made from reclaimed materials, crocheted products, wood creations, quilts and other fabric personal and home accessories, children’s books, candles, and wind chimes.  Come and see what treasures await you! 


Upcoming Special Events: 

Saturday, July 22, 7 am - noon:  Flower Festival, Rio Grande K-9 Barrel Racing Demos

Saturday, August 19, 7 am - noon:  Peak of the Season

Saturday, September 2, 8 am - noon:  Fall Favorites with guest chef Kenny, the Fish Hugger

Saturday, September 23, 8 am - noon:  Chile Celebration / Fall Solar

Saturday, October 21, 8 am - noon:  Costume Day


New Growers’ Market Manager

Colene Montoya is the new volunteer manager.  Colene, a Los Ranchos resident, has been a vendor for over 10 years.  Ziggy, her golden retriever, is always at the market with her and loves customer attention!  Colene grows a wide range of vegetables and fruits such as onions, potatoes, tomatoes, greens, strawberries, plums as well as other seasonal items.  Mary Moses will continue to coordinate the WIC program; Cathy Lewandowski will continue to arrange for music; and Sue Brawley will help with paperwork, email and Facebook. 


2017 Vendor Contact Information

The Los Ranchos Growers' and Arts/Crafts Market has been operating every season since 1992, and this year is celebrating the 25th season!   For vendors who would like to participate in the 2017 season:


Winter Market Season

The market’s winter season is the second Saturday of the month and is from 10:00 A.M. - Noon.  Please visit the Village’s calendar, refer to the posted signs at the Growers’ Market, pick-up a Los Ranchos Village Vision Magazine, or see the contact information above if you would like more information.



This wonderful event is sponsored by Village of Los Ranchos, 770 KKOB News Radio, the Weekly Alibi and the New Mexico Farmers' Markets.  A great local resource is the Middle Rio Grande Council of Governments Agriculture Collaborative


Other Info

The market now accepts WIC/Senior Checks.


Map to Market

*Markets will be held outdoors unless there is bad weather then the markets will be in the community barn.