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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Announcements

July 30 at the market

Each week the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market is looking forward to all the customers, the delicious food and beautiful artisan products available at the market. Reminders, the market is open every Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m at the Marquette Commons, 112 S. Third St., through December 17. Regardless of the weather on Saturday’s, fabulous fresh local food is harvested and ready for you, as well as everything else you need to round out your weekly menu and set a beautiful table
The market accepts MI Bridge Card, and distributes Double Up Food Bucks, up to $20.00 per market day, as a matching grant when you use your MI Bridge Card at the market. Hoophouses for Health vouchers are distributed to qualified households, bring the Hoophouses for Health postcard you received from your child’s participating childcare organization. Visit the market kiosk to access these programs and receive market money for your credit or debit card. Project FRESH and Market FRESH coupons will be accepted through October 31, use those directly with the farmers. cashier picture

July 30 at the market

Live music from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. provided by Chris Valenti
Wild Blue: Kansas City style BBQ Wild Blue BBQ Truck
 In addition to the 42 season vendors that are at the market every week, we welcome these 8 Daily vendors
 Cedar + Swell: Handmade stationary – journals, postcards, greeting cards, calendars, jewelry and home decor wall hangings  
Odds & Ends: purses, bags and accessories designed and sewn by Jenny Frein. Some clay sculptures and magnets.  Odds & Ends
Sage & Spry: massages and body scrub/soak mixtures  Sage & Spry sugar scrub
Sha Renee Design: Jewelry with mostly metal and stone focal pieces and a-symmetrical accents  She Renee Design
Sole Wisdom Reflexology: Sessions provide relaxation, relieve tension, increase nerve and blood supply and help balance functions of the body.  So;e Wisdom Reflexology sign
Superior Wild Mushrooms & Produce: Wild foraged from the woods of the Upper Peninsula. We practice sustainable harvesting designed to protect the environment and natural habitat.  Superior Wild Mushrooms & Produce sign of product
Susan Grimes: Rustic coat trees, tables, stools and lamps  Susan Grimes rustic lamps
Tea & Crumpets: Celebrating Marquette’s beauty and bounty with unique floral arrangements and plants, quality teas and fancy bakery treats.  Tea & Crumpets flowers

 

 

 

 

                                 

 

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August 6, at the market

Each week the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market is looking forward to all the customers, the delicious food and beautiful artisan products available at the market. Reminders, the market is open every Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m at the Marquette Commons, 112 S. Third St., through December 17. Regardless of the weather on Saturday’s, fabulous fresh local food is harvested and ready for you, as well as everything else you need to round out your weekly menu and set a beautiful table. The market accepts MI Bridge Card, and distributes Double Up Food Bucks, up to $20.00 per market day, as a matching grant when you use your MI Bridge Card at the market. Hoophouses for Health vouchers are distributed to qualified households, bring the Hoophouses for Health postcard you received from your child’s participating childcare organization. Visit the market kiosk to access these programs and receive market money for your credit or debit card. Project FRESH and Market FRESH coupons will be accepted through October 31, use those directly with the farmers. cashier picture

August 6 at the market

Live music from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. provided by: Green Gene
In addition to the 46 season vendors that are at the market every week, we welcome these 7 Daily vendors
LaTulip Pottery: Pottery that is beautifully decorative and functional as well.

LaTulip Pottery and Tile Works

@LatulipPotteryandTileWorks

 LaTulip Pottery & Tile Works fern and lake
 Marilyn Keefe: Art prints on paper and cloth or on objects such as trays or boxes. Watercolors of Marquette area  Marilyn Keefe June 18
N.A.P.S:Rain Barrels. Made from 50 gallon, food grade barrel. Designed with a screened removable lid and hose compatible spigot.  rain barrels plain
Peace Pie Company: bakes delicious homemade pies from scratch using the freshest ingredients possible and local ingredients when possible.  Peace Pie cherry pie
Sincerely: is a small local business focused on simple, natural and organic products for everyday use. Soy candles, body care products, wood crafts and knit/crocheted/sewn goods.  Sincerely shelf with name
Superior Wild Mushroom & Produce: Wild foraged from the woods in the Upper Peninsula. We practice sustainable harvesting designed to protect the environment and natural habitat.  Superior Wild Mushrooms & Produce sign of product
 White Birch Apiary: honey products such as comb honey, creamed and extracted honey. Honey gift baskets, beeswax treasure candles, maple syrup and single batch granola.  honey, gift boxes, White Birch Apiary 5-28-16
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featured recipe

green bean with bacon vinigarette

Green Beans With Bacon Vinaigrette


More summer produce is in season, green beans are at the market. Like much of the delicious summer vegetables, there are many ways to enjoy them, raw or cooked or preserved, either canning or freezing. This recipe calls for other ingredients that are sold at the market. Enjoy.

  • Serves 8    Hands-On Time Total Time 

INGREDIENTS
kosher salt and black pepper
pounds green beans, trimmed
slices bacon
shallots, sliced
tablespoons cider vinegar
tablespoons whole-grain mustard
tablespoons olive oil
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