Lawson, Missouri

Farmer’s Market



Mother’s Day Special Event!

Thursday, May 5th 2016

4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

In the Lawson City Park

-FREE Mother’s Day craft for kids!

    Make a card and plant a flower just for Mom!

    (sponsored by Excelsior Springs Westlake Ace Hardware & K2 Crafts)

-FREE Popcorn & Cotton Candy

    (courtesy of Cole Noble for Ray County Sheriff)

Every Thursday, May through October

4 pm - 7 pm

In the Lawson City Park


Asparagus, Green Onions, Lettuce, & other cool weather crops.



Local Meat

Whole and Half Hogs Ready for Processing, Whole Frozen Chicken.

Natural Body Products

Sunscreen, Goat’s Milk Soaps, Lotions, Baby Oil, Baby Powder, Natural Cleaners, Natural Bug Spray, Lip Balm, Body Scrubs, & more!

Farm Fresh Eggs

Baked Goods

Sandwich Bread, Wheat Bread, Rolls, Artisan Breads, Cinnamon Rolls, Pies, Cakes, Dessert Breads, Cheddar Breads, Cookies, Brownies, & more!


Handmade Cards for every occasion, Candles, Woodcrafts, Scarves, Jewelry, & more!

Bedding Plants, Herbs, & Flowers

Vegetable Plants, Herb Plants, Bedding Plants

& More!

For more info, contact Stephanie at 816-332-3375

or email

Lawson Farmer’s Market is held May through October, every Thursday from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the city park in historic downtown Lawson, Missouri.

The fruits and vegetables you can find at the market vary throughout the growing season, but you can be sure you will always be able to find quality local produce and products. Jams, jellies, local honey, baked goods, body products and local crafts are available throughout the market’s season.

So take a trip to Lawson, and when you’re done shopping at the farmer’s market, don’t forget about the Monroe Pharmacy’s soda fountain, The Candyman’s sweets and treats, Lawson Nutrition’s fresh smoothies, and of course, Catrick’s Cafe’s Thursday night dinner special, their famous broasted chicken dinner!

A weekly prayer meeting is also held in the Lawson City Park every Thursday at 6 p.m..


Is there anything special you want to see at the Lawson Farmer’s Market?

Send your thoughts and ideas to

Local Produce, Baked Goods, & Gifts