Eagle Saturday Market

Customer purchases fresh produce at the Eagle Saturday Market.

Time & Dates

May 2 through October 3, 2020
*No Market July 4th or 11th                                  9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.                                                       Heritage Park                                                               185 E State Street


The Eagle Saturday Market is a handmade market located in the heart of downtown Eagle, Idaho in Heritage Park. Managed by the City of Eagle Parks and Recreation Department, one will find an array of arts and crafts along with local produce, herbs and flowers, woodwork, specialty food items and freshly prepared food. Every Saturday the park comes alive with the melodious sounds of local musicians and community members coming together to support local micro-producers.

Girl singing and playing piano in the gazebo at Heritage Park during the Eagle Saturday Market.Music at the Market

The market offers live music on the gazebo stage every weekend from 10 am - 2 pm. Musicians have been selected for the 2020 season. Stay tuned for the schedule! 

Special Events

There are additional events throughout the year hosted by the City of Eagle in which all vendor types may participate. Special events have limited spaces available and will go through a jury process. Find more information about the City of Eagle Special Events here.

Vendor Open House

Join market staff, past and prospective vendors alike for the 2020 Eagle Saturday Market Vendor Open House on Monday, March 9th from 6:30-7:30 pm at the Eagle Landing Community Center (175 E Mission Drive). Learn what a typical day at the market is like, ask questions, fill out an application and more! Free and open to everyone. 

Vendor Application

The 2020 Vendor Application will open March 1, 2020. Please read through the 2020 Vendor Handbook prior to submitting an application. The handbook describes the types of vendors accepted for each event, what permits are required and provides helpful maps.  All vendors are required to have an Idaho State Tax ID (temporary or regular) and food vendors need a Central District Health permit (temporary or regular). Contact information for both organizations is located in the appendix of the Vendor Handbook.

Shoppers and guests walking through the Eagle Saturday Market.