It’s looking like rain tonight and into tomorrow. We know you’re sick and tired of it but we can’t let the weather win! Outdoor markets all over Columbus are opening up. Strap on your goulashes, people, and indulge in fresh produce and other homemade treasures.



Worthington Famers Market: Rain or shine, Worthington farmers market is moving outside tomorrow! Beginning at 8 a.m. until noon, you can find locally made cheeses, jams, eggs, honey and maple syrup, high quality cuts of meat among other beautiful food items. Mother’s Day is next week so take a stroll through the flowers and handmade soaps. Wish them at happy 30th birthday, too.






Clintonville Farmers Market: Between Orchard Lane and W. Dunedin Rd. and between 9 a.m. and noon tomorrow, you’ll find local produce, herb celebrations with Boline Apothecary, and other goodies. Zakk Jones will be providing some entertainment in the Donatos lot. This market is celebrating it’s 15th birthday.







Pearl Market: Though it’s not open on the weekends, keep Pearl Market on your radar every Tuesday and Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This street market is nestled between Gay St. and Broad St. on Pearl Ave and loaded with potatoes, tomatoes, breads, pies, and everything to meet the needs of your rumbling stomach.







Columbus Flea: If fresh produce doesn’t peak your interest, swing by the Columbus Flea at Seventh Son on Sunday. They’ll have records, HOMAGE, jewelry, art, stones, stained glass, furniture, and of course, beer.