Spring Has Sprung

. May 1, 2015.
farmersmarket

Area Farmer’s Markets emerge from hibernation, roll out spring hours. Each market brings together farmers, plant nurseries, artisans, and food cart vendors of all varieties to offer a diversity of products ranging from home-baked bread to local honey and milk, heirloom tomatoes to duck bacon, stoneware pottery to soap, fresh-cut flowers to freshly made salsa. 

 

Ann Arbor
7am-3pm, Wednesdays and Saturdays, Kerrytown, 315 Detroit St., 734-794-6255

Chelsea
8am-noon, Saturdays, Chelsea Market,    
2-6pm, Wednesdays, Bushel Basket Market, Downtown, Palmer Lot, 222 S. Main St.

Dexter
8am-1pm, Saturdays, 3-7pm, Tuesdays, Alpine Street next to the Dexter District Library, 

734-426-8303

Saline
9:00am-12:00pm, Saturdays, South Ann Arbor Street, 1/2 block south of Michigan Ave. 

734-429-3518

Ypsilanti
9am-1pm, Saturdays, Depot Town, 100 Rice St., 734-786-8401
2-6pm, Tuesdays, Downtown, Ferris St.,

734-786-8401

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