Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers’ Market Keeps Warm

. May 17, 2012.

Just because winter is approaching doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy nutritious local produce. The Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers’ Market will be staying warm and cozy again this year by moving indoors at the Corner Brewery, 720 Norris St., Ypsilanti. On December 13 & 20, the market at Corner Brewery will be open from 3-7pm, providing the community  with quality produce for all those special holiday meals. The market is part of a continuing effort of Growing Hope, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the health and wellness of the community while also promoting the local economy and sustainable living practices. To find out more about the Farmers’ Market and Growing Hope, visit www.growinghope.net

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