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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July 21 at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market

Daily Vendors, in addition to the 54 Season vendors
Borealis Baking Company
Anja Wiendenhoefer, baker, owner
paleo baked goods
Designs by Vonamae
Vonamae Scott designer, owner
Glass fused jewelry
Elsewhere Farms
Jerry Losse III, farmer
Upper Peninsula grown raspberries
Mostly Love:
Mandy Moseley
Vegan dog treats,
Shiitake Creek Mushroom Company
Matt Williams, farmer, owner
Superior Environmental Consulting
Aubrey Scott, farmer, owner
upper peninsula grown, seasonal produce
Yooper Sisters:
Amanda Sheppard, sister
Hard candies, jam, candles
Monte Pride, musician
Monte Pride is a Michigan-born, Michigan-based folk singer-songwriter and fingerstyle guitarist. His rich tenor voice and accomplished guitar technique make him sound older than his years, but the enthusiasm he brings to the music and performance is all youthful, impassioned, and healing energy. His powerful ability to communicate wholeheartedly shines through in his writing, every phrase weaving and winding to form a complex array of soul stirring song. Monte draws inspiration from long-time trailblazing musicians like Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, and Nick Drake, along with contemporary folk genre-benders like The Tallest Man On Earth, The Avett Brothers, and Frontier Ruckus.
Prepared food:
The Burger Bus
Michael & Alyana Phral  owners
Source ingredients from farmers vendors at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market

The “MQT Bahn-MI” is our veggie burger of the moment.
ALL ingredients are from @fullplatefarmmi !!!
Potato Patty, pickeled veggies, radish chimmi..



Looking ahead to July 28

Summer produce is in, lots of berries.  Open 9-1 at the Marquette Commons. 112 S. Third St.


ARK Creations
Ron Klumb, owner
wood products, household use, garden and games.

Baskets 2 Use
Jean Haas, owner/basket maker
handcrafted baskets
Elsewhere Farm
Jerry Losee III, farmer
Designer Jacque
Jacqueline Edwards, owner/designer/artist
Designs by Vona Mae
Vona Mae Scott, artist
Glass fused jewelry
Northern Natives
Ken Kerkhof, owner
Upper Peninsula native plants
Soaring Suds
Leslie Edwards, owner
Hand made soaps
Superior Environmental Consulting
Aubrey Scott, farmer
Upper Peninsula grown, seasonal produce


Carol Stanley, owner/baker
nut free baked goods
Cooking Demonstration
Gina Eggers
Pasta, featuring market sources ingredients
Copper Crust
Wood fired pizza, baked to order


featured recipe

Blueberry Salsa

Blueberries are plentiful in the wild around Marquette. They are also plentiful at the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market, saving you time and bug bites. Blueberries are delicious eaten by the handful and can be added to many things. Try this quick salsa that can be used as a topping or a dip.
2 cups fresh blueberries
1/2 small re onion, diced
1/4 cup fresh cilantro, monced
1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced (optional)
2 Tbsp orange juice
1 Tbsp balsamic viengar
1 tsp olive oil
salt and pepper
In a small bowl, coarsely mash the blueberries. Stir in the onion, cilantro, pepper, orange juice, vinegar, and oil, Season to taste with salt and pepper. Cover and chill until serving.
Nutrition Information:
46 calories, 1 g protein, 10 g carbohydrate, 1 g fat, 99 mg sodium, 1 g fiber
If blueberries are not available at your farmers market, try substituting chopped strawberries, peaches, or nectarines for the mashed blueberries. If you do not like spicy food, skip the jalapeno pepper. (Also, some pople do not like cilantro, substitute parsley) Try mixing berries.
Recipe by Linnea Redinger,  Farmers Market Cookbook