Even though the weather will soon turn colder, local farmers and artisans still have plenty of local goods to offer at indoor Winter farmer’s markets.
And four of them start this weekend!
Saturdays starting November 7th
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Growing Power’s Production Warehouse (13111 W. Silver Spring Dr., Butler, WI)
Growing Power offers fall and winter grown vegetables from 100+ hoop houses, all naturally grown, plus produce from other local farmers. (And, produce is always available in the store at 5500 W. Silver Spring Drive in Milwaukee.)
Milwaukee County Winter Farmer’s Market
Mitchell Park Domes
Saturday November 7th – April 29th (No market November 28th)
Get free admission and parking at the domes every Saturday through April 19th from 9:00-1:00 for the Milwaukee County Winter Farmer’s Market. Enjoy story time and the toy train exhibit in the Show Dome, and check out all the local vendors selling produce, meats. bakery and more.
Oconomowoc Winter Farmer’s Market
Oconomowoc Landscape Supply & Garden Center
N68 W37850 County Trunk K
Sundays, November 8 – March 20 (No market November 29th and December 27th)
St. Ann’s Indoor Farmer’s Market
St. Ann’s Center for Intergenerational Care (Bay View)
Saturdays November 7th – April 2016
- Seasonal, natural and organic produce
- Preserves and canned goods
- Handmade crafts
- Jams and jellies
- Soaps, lotions and makeup
- Household items
Plus, live music, family fun and free coffee. Purchases support local vendors and the children and adults served at St. Ann Center.
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