112 South Third Street
May 26 - December 15, 2018    9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

To support local farmers, growers, and artisans; to make available wholesome, quality food and goods, and to provide a festive marketplace that benefits the Marquette Community.

The Downtown Marquette Farmers Market is sponsored by the Marquette Downtown Development Authority

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August 18 at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market

Power of Produce program is in its third week and will run through September 22. All children ages 4-12 are invited to participate. Each Saturday there will be a featured produce to taste, and an activity. Children will receive $2.00 to shop for produce and make their own choice. Part of the choice is to spend the coupons each week or save some to add with other weeks worth and make a bigger purchase.

Power of Produce is sponsored by:
Upper Peninsula Health Plan, Orthodontics of Marquette, Lions Clubs of Ishpeming and Negaunee, ACHIEVE of Marquette County, Partridge Creek Farm. We are very grateful for our sponsors and are excited to bring this program to the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market.

Vicki Ballas, MUS Extension will be at the market providing nutrition education.

Daily Vendors, in addition to the 55 Season vendors
Bandeff Farm
Darlene and Jim, Farmers
Sweet corn, yellow and white
David and Susan Grimes:
Rustic wooden furniture, tables, lamps, clothes trees and more.
Judy B-Knittting
Judy Berglund, artist
hand knit, felted wool ornaments and cat toys and baby booties.
 Mavis Korsman:
Fresh picked, Upper Peninsula blackberries, blueberries.
Northern Sky Orchard:
Jerry Bishop, farmer
Early apples, plums and peaches
Que Vida:
Rosemarie Likens, artist
Jewelry from re-purposed and found objects
 Ronnie’s Art:
Ron Morgan artist
Original paintings, prints and note cards.
 Shiitake Creek Mushroom Company:
Matt Williams, farmer
Many varieties of mushrooms, including; Wild Chanterelles  lobster and chicken of the woods mushrooms.
Michelle Czygan
 Dia de los Tacos:
Latin american, Mexican and vegetarian.





August 25

Summer produce is in, lots of corn, cucumbers and other veggies.
Open 9-1 at the Marquette Commons. 112 S. Third St.
List of Daily Vendors that will be at the market in addition to the 57 Season Vendors that will be at the market.
Power of Produce
Week 4 of 8
All children ages 4-12 years old are invited to participate. Each week kids will taste new fruits and vegetables, receive $2.00 in vouchers to make their own choice of fresh fruits and vegetables, meet the farmers, explore the market.
Look for the Power of Produce tent across from the Market Information tent. Program runs through September 22.
Sponsors of Power of Produce:

Orthodontic Specialists of MarquetteIshpeming and Negaunee clubs
 Yarn Winders, Weavers Guild:
Highlighting fiber arts, spinning and weaving demonstrations, samples of completed projects.
 Bandeff Farm:
Darlene and Jim Bandeff, farmers
Sweet Corn.
 Baskets 2 Use:
Jean Haas, artist
Hand crafted baskets for household and recreational use.

Northern Sky Orchard:
Jerry Bishop, farmer:
Plums, peaches, early season apples.


Live music 10 – 1
Upper Peninsula Barber Shop Quartet and Variety Show.
Recruiting everyone at any ability level. We are an a cappella group whose Mission is to increase harmony in communities. Come join us in our Mission

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 Copper Crust:
Fresh made pizza cooked in a wood-fire pizza oven.



featured recipe

Blueberry-Raspberry Microgreen Smoothie

 Microgreens come in a wide variety of textures, flavors, and colors. A few varieties available at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market include: sunflower, pea, mustard, cress, broccoli, kale, and radish. Sunflower microgreens have a mild, nutty flavor and crunchy texture whereas pea microgreens are sweeter in flavor and tender in texture. Mustard and cress both have a spicier flavor. Broccoli microgreens have dark green leaves and a mild broccoli flavor. The radish microgreens are red and green in color, taste mildly of radish, and have a slight crunch. Kale has a flavor that resembles lettuce and is light green in color.
Blueberry - Raspberry Smoothie
Microgreens are packed with nutrients. People wanting to improve their health and wellness through nutrition are sneaking microgreens in their smoothies, piling them on sandwiches, and mixing them into salads. This week’s recipe is a blueberry-raspberry microgreen smoothie. You can find most of the ingredients for the recipe at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market.


  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1 cup ice if using fresh berries
  • 1 cup any milk or other liquid
  • 1/4 cup microgreens of your choice (sunflower, pea, kale or broccoli microgreens taste great in smoothies.)
  • 1 Tbs. honey, if desired
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract


The first step in making this smoothie will be to add the liquid base of milk, water, or other preferred liquid. With the liquid as the bottom layer, this allows the blender to easily pull down the top layers.  Add the honey and vanilla extract immediately after the liquid base. Next up, bring on the microgreens. Keeping the microgreens at the bottom of the blender is a smart way to make sure they are blended well.  Following this step, drop in the blueberries and raspberries. Finally, top off the blender with the ice. The weight of the heavier top layers will help push the ingredients down towards the base. Blend until desired consistency and serve.

Recipe adapted from Sproutpeople.org