Friday, 15 July, 2011 8:33 PM
Arbor Farmers Market offers Wednesday evening hours through September
Next Wednesday’s opening of the Ann Arbor Art Fair provides
an especially ideal opportunity to make a stop at the market in
credit: City of Ann Arbor
ANN ARBOR, Mich.
— Are you looking for a different farmers market experience?
Are you looking for something to do with your family in the evenings?
Would you like to include fresh and locally grown ingredients in
your meals? The new Wednesday Evening Farmers Market is just the
It takes place every
Wednesday in historic Kerrytown (315 Detroit St.) from 4:30 to 8:30
p.m. through the month of September.
Enjoy a mix of the market
vendors you already know and love as well as new farmers, producers,
food cart vendors and more. We are proud to accept SNAP benefits,
Double Up Food Bucks, Project Fresh, and Senior Project Fresh/Market
Stop by for groceries
on your way home from work, bike to Kerrytown to pick up a delicious
supper from one of our many food cart vendors, or stroll to market
with your family to buy an after-dinner treat and listen to live
music! Michigan beer and wine will also be available in a beer garden
setting with proceeds going each week to a local nonprofit group.
The farmers market is now the place to be on Wednesday evenings.
To see what’s fresh
and seasonal, visit www.a2gov.org/market.
credit: Donahee and Sons
squash and summer squash for sale
Driving Directions to the Ann Arbor Farmers Market
Coverage of the 2011 Ann Arbor Art Fairs on AmericaJR.com