The Canton Farmers Market will open its regular season on Sunday, May 8, 2022, at Preservation Park, located at 500 N. Ridge Road in Canton, MI. The Market will be held rain or shine every Sunday, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., through October 16, 2022, with the exceptions of July 3 and September 4, 2022. Market-goers will enjoy a unique shopping experience featuring a variety of local goods for sale, weekly kids’ crafts and activities, live entertainment, special activities, and more.
“We’re excited to kick off our new season of the Canton Farmers Market, where there really is something for everyone,” said Canton Farmers Market Coordinator Christa Williams. “Our markets continue to be a popular family destination where folks can enjoy plenty of great merchandise, fresh food, live music, and special activities.”
New and returning vendors this season include: Baubles by Barb featuring jewelry; BeGreen Microgreens, featuring microgreens and organic herbs; Bittersweet Garden & Bakery, featuring baked goods; Boblin Honey, featuring a variety of honey and bees wax; Don't Worry Bead Happy, featuring jewelry; Gateway Farms, featuring various produce; Good Times Kettle Corn, featuring Kettle corn; Gregg Stennett, featuring cutting boards; Hall's Herb Garden, featuring tomatoes, peppers, herbs, other various produce; Indigo & Jade, featuring bath and body products; Jessica's Confectionery, featuring chocolate-dipped treats; Joe's Baked Wells, featuring baked goods and dry mixes; Kapnick Orchards, featuring various produce; Kapolnek Farms, LLC., featuring meats such as beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and snack sticks; Keith + Co., featuring candles, wax melts, car fresheners, bubble scoops, whipped soap, and lip balms; Lula Bre's Sweet Eats, featuring jams, jellies, fudge, and fruit bars; Madison's Closet & Farm, featuring produce, jams, suckers, cookies, and butters; Nemeth Farms, featuring various produce; Parts, featuring wooden sculptures; Pastries and Pasta, featuring scones, pasta, meringue and cookies; Pick Michigan, featuring various produce; Planted Detroit, featuring ready-to-eat salads; Quilty Things by Val M, featuring quilts, and bags; SkinCare SocialClub, featuring body care; Spice Grrrl, featuring spices; The Cheese People of Grand Rapids, featuring gourmet cheeses; Uniquely Different, featuring jewelry, bracelets, diffusers, and oils; and Waltz Cherry Tomatoes, featuring seedlings and cherry tomatoes.
At the May 8th Market, Bob Skon will be performing music live on the Bartlett-Travis House porch; and market-goers can pick up a tasty lunch from the food truck, Detroit House of Mac, who will be onsite selling gourmet mac & cheese.
Visitors to this opening market can bring a plant, take a plant or take a plant and leave a small donation, during the Perennial Exchange and Seed Library event. Plants that are brought must be in good shape and labeled, if possible.
Bridge Cards are also accepted at the Canton Farmers Market. Participants may bring their Bridge Card to the Bartlett-Travis House to exchange your SNAP Dollars for Market Tokens, and double the spending on fresh fruits and vegetables with Double Up Food Buck.! The Market also accepts WIC Project Fresh and Senior Project Fresh.
For more information about the Canton Farmers Market visit www.canton-mi.org/496, follow us on Facebook @CantonFarmersMarket or on Instagram @CantonFarmersMarketMI, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.