Farmers Market Guide

. August 19, 2019.
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Ypsilanti 

Ypsilanti Farmers Market
3-7pm Tuesdays (May – October)
16 S Washington St
9am-1pm Saturdays (May – October)
Depot Town, 100 Rice St
Website 

Coleman’s Farm Markets
9am-7pm Daily (April – October)
5415 W Michigan Ave
Website 

St. Joe’s Farmers Market
11am-1pm Wednesdays (Year-round)
5301 McAuley Drive
Website

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Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor Farmers Market
8am-3pm Wednesdays & Saturdays (May – December)
315 Detroit St
Website 

Argus Farm Stop
7am-7pm Weekdays & 8am-6pm Weekends (Year-round)
325 W Liberty St & 1200 Packard Rd
Website 

Westside Farmers Market
3-7pm Thursdays (June – September)
2501 Jackson Road
Website 

Saline

Saline Farmers Market
8am-12pm Saturdays (May – October)
S Ann Arbor St
Website

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Dexter 

Dexter Farmers Market
2-6pm Tuesdays & Saturdays (May – October)
Dexter Library, 3233 Alpine St
Website 

Webster Township 

Webster Farmers Market
12-3pm 2nd & 4th Sundays (April – December)
5501 Webster Church Rd
Website

Dixboro

Dixboro Farmers Market
3-7pm Fridays (May – October)
5221 Church Rd
Website

Pittsfield Township 

Pittsfield Farmers Market
2-6pm Thursdays (June September)
Prairie Park, 6201 W Michigan Ave
Website 

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Chelsea

Chelsea Farmers Market
8am-1pm Wednesdays (May – October)
E Old US Highway 12
1-5pm Saturdays (May – October)
Downtown Chelsea, Park St
Website 

Plymouth 

Plymouth Farmers Market
8am-1pm Saturdays (May – October)
The Gathering, Downtown Plymouth
Website 

Milan 

Zilke Vegetable Farm
10am-6pm Daily (May – October)
12491 Carpenter Rd
Website 

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