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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market vendors


Week 2 Memorial Day Weekend

Week #2 of the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market season, this Saturday May 27. Get ready for your Memorial Day picnics/BBQ by shopping at the market.
Live music
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Bedrooms and Basements
Daily Vendors  
Eckloff Creations:
Birch bark art
 Mean Jeans Mustards
Gourmet mustard – 4 flavors- handmade in small batches. Use as marinades, dips, vinaigrette. Jazz up your recipes.
 No 2 the Same Crafts
sewn items and polymer clay art.
 Sunny Day Giggles
Upcycled clothing and accessories for adults and children using natural fibers.
 Susanne Wicklund:
 Uncle Chuck’s Funny Farm: Veggie starts. garden produce, eggs, wood burning art. fabric art



June 3

We are excited for week 3 of the 2017 season of the  Downtown Marquette Farmers Market.
50 season vendors,
7 daily vendors.
Check back here weekly and our Face Book page for market updates.
See you at the market
Live Music:
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Travis Swanson & Harold South
Smart Gardening:
Master Gardeners ready to answer your questions about gardening.
Daily Vendors
Freshwind Farm:
Selling seasonal produce and flowers, specializing in microgreens and unique salad mix.
Judy Berglund:
Hand knit, felt wool ornaments and decorations
No 2 the Same Crafts:
Sewn items, polymer clay art.
Ronnie’s Art:
Painting, prints and note cards of Marquette area landscape and historic buildings
613 Studios:
Pallet paintings
Sweet Basil Deli:
A Premier food and beverage catering service for Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, offering
Salsa, wheatberry tabouleh,hummus, pasta salad, cookies, brownies, lemonade and infused water


Uncle Chuck’s Funny Farm:
veggie starts. flower baskets, produce, eggs, wood burning arts, fabric arts



featured recipe

Summer Season B-B-Q

Memorial Day Weekend ushers in summer and summer means lots of outdoor activities, including shopping at the farmers market and grilling food. Fresh vegetables, some fruits, all kinds of meat and fish are delicious grilled. There are, of course, many, many suggestions on the “best” way to grill food. It is an art worth perfecting. Take a look at the suggestions here to get started or review to master your technique. There are 8 farmer vendors selling a variety of meats. 20 farmers selling veggies to go well with your meal and there are baked goods, coffee beans, maple syrup and honey to round out your pantry.