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Handmade Soaps and Lotions Vendor Returns to Market

(post, Menominee Historical Downtown Farmers' Market)

The Menominee Historical Downtown Farmers Market is sponsored by the Menominee Downtown Business Association and hosted by Timeless Treasures Antique Mall at 902 2nd Street.   Market will be going on during Waterfront.on Thursday 3 pm to 7pm and Saturday 9am to 1pm. Vendors will leave as they sell out. Our market  fishermen,  farmers, and gardeners are licensed with the MDA and USDA to sell meat, fish, and eggs.Due to the passing of the cottage food law only items made in Michigan can be sold at the farmers market.  This a diverse market.  between our farmers, and local vendors  who hand craft a multitude of items.

Weather permitting, the market will also feature every Thursday from 3pm to 5pm, The Community Drum Circle.  Anyone who has a drum or wants to learn to play a drum,  is encouraged to come down and join the group or come and enjoy the music as you shop.  For more information you can contract Lynn Steiner at 

Our Fifth Winner of "Know Your Farmer, Meet Your Vendor " is Terri Lescelius, Terri's name was drawn on Saturday August 7 at 1pm, which featured The "Fern Hill Farm" for the last two weeks.  This program lets  Customers to have a  a chance to find out where their food comes from and  how the crafts are done and be in a drawing for for a tote of goodies from the farmers and vendors of the market.  

   August 12 to August 21 will feature "Ruleau's White Fish" for our program "Know Your Farmer  Meet Your Vendor" with the drawing on August 21 at 1pm.
We encourage everyone to come down and find out  what  the special coupon punch is on "Bet you didn't know " that about him.

Thursdays market will have Fresh White Fish, farm fresh eggs, grass fed beef products of ground beef, heart, liver, soup bones, tongue, beef tenderloins, Naturally raised pork products of country style ribs, spare ribs, bacon, breakfast sausage, Organically grown, certified and naturally grown vegetables of string beans, cucumbers, green beans, red potatoes,some  summer squash, carrots, tomatoes, kale, fresh herbs, jams and jellies and cut flowers, and other vegetables that are available
Crafts will be hand made soaps, lotions, laundry soap, lip balm, bird houses, bird feeders, 
lawn ornaments, small furniture items, possible aprons, and small sewn items.

Saturdays market will have the same as Thursdays  produce, along with  home made breads, hopefully Swiss chard, and any vegetables that are ready.
Crafts will be area pictures in homemade frames, postcards, magnets, greeting cards, pillowcases, snap bags, book marks, boo, boo pillows, birdhouses, birdfeeders, gourds, small furniture items,  magnets, and quilted totes.

The market will be accepting Project Fresh, Senior Project Fresh, WISEWOMAN Market Fresh coupons and EBT cards from all States.  
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call Lucy at  906-863-8718