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7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Last Wednesday is 12/19
Saturdays are year round
315 Detroit St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
With over 100 vendors at the Ann Arbors Market, we are excited to highlight a different set of vendors each month!
Brines Farm products are authentically grown across 80 acres of preserved farmland in historic northern Webster Township. Although not third-party certified organic, Brines Farm follows all certified organic allowed guidelines, if not even more ecologically friendly practices whenever possible. Brines Farm utilizes first and foremost healthy compost soil. From there we employ beneficial insects, seed saving when possible, open pollinated or heirloom seeds when possible, exclusively non-GMO seeds, and lots of hand labor from dedicated and respected individuals. Brines, an organic farmer since 2004, is involved in a number food and farming organizations. He also created the first winter CSA at the Market offering fresh spinach, arugula, cooking greens and seasonal root vegetables. The Brines Farm Winter CSA runs November – April with pick up at the Saturday Ann Arbor Farmers Market. That’s fresh, local green through all the cold seasons of the year!
Dana Ray Designs’ large, colorful artwork and twinkly lights may have caught your eye at Market before. Looking for one-of-a-kind gifts this holiday season? Dana Ray Designs brings bold, colorful and uniquely gorgeous artwork to the Market. Large painted canvases, framed, two and three dimensional artwork, and glittery cow skulls adorn her bright display. This booth is also where you will find Dana’s famous “Earring Raks”, too. Great gifts!
The Goetz Family has been stewards of the same farmland in Riga, Mi since 1905. Although they are not organically certified, The Goetz Family Farm uses many organic practices. ‘We favor vigorous cultivars and are continually trialing varieties to select those with optimum flavor and nutrition, the same way that good farmers have for generations.’ You can find John & Karlene at both the Wednesday & Saturday Markets all year long. Ann Arbor Farmers Market is a pick-up location for the Goetz Family Farm CSA Program. Each week a personal box of assorted vegetables can be delivered straight from the field to you here at Market!
Donna Puehler, known as “Grandma” around the Market, has just what you would expect from Grandma’s Kitchen. All winter, Grandma brings delicious fresh baked cookies, pies & treats and loads of farm fresh eggs, plus, beautiful produce throughout the summer. Check out Grandma’s own version of a giant Oreo Cookie! Looking for a treat for yourself or your special someone? You can always find something at Grandma’s Kitchen.
Harvest Kitchen is your kitchen! Let’s face it – we’re all busy. Let Harvest Kitchen prepare local, organic meals so you don’t have to. Harvest Kitchen has a deep collaboration and sourcing partnership with Tantre Farm inspiring seasonal and delicious chef driven menus that care for people and the planet. Meals can be purchased individually at the Market or you may set up a meal plan directly with Harvest Kitchen.
Kathy Buell found the love of honey bees in 2003 and has been selling her products at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market ever since. “I have always enjoyed making and using natural products. To see that my customers enjoy them also is very rewarding.” Mind Your Beeswax brings all natural, raw honey and skin care made naturally from the busy bees of Michigan wildflowers. Look for Mind Your Beeswax all winter for honey and beeswax products.
Deep local Ann Arbor. Roos Roast has been a staple at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market for the last 10 years. Voted Best Coffee Shop in Washtenaw County by Current Magazine, Roos Roast is the perfect booth to start your visit at the Market. Grab a cup of their freshly roasted coffee each time you visit the Market all winter long. Created by John Roos in 2005 – ‘he’s used his skills to develop RoosRoast into a giant love bucket of coffee and art that goes beyond his singular personhood.’
Marjorie joins us every winter with Stone Cloud Gardens handmade soaps. Marjorie and her husband, Bob, make handmade soaps, using natural essential oils, naturally grown herbs, saponified coconut oil, olive oil, vegetable shorting, & beeswax. We then hand cut & stamp our homemade soap with our own unique symbols, and provide it fresh to you. You’ll find Marjorie at most of the Saturday Winter Markets.
Tantré Farm has been an organic farm in Chelsea, Mi since 1993. Tantré Farm’s mission is to produce and distribute fresh, organic produce, while serving as an educational, sustainable, and social network for our surrounding community. Tantre Farm sells organic produce year round at the Market. This winter they will have root vegetables, winter squash, spinach, garlic, and much more! Tantre offers a June – October CSA share and can be found by their recognizable big black truck with a giant tomato painted on the side.
White Lotus Farms include an organic farm, bakery and creamery using goat milk from their own herd. White Lotus is unique in the emerging field of sustainable farming and agricultural tourism. Great produce starts with great soil and their strong focus on soil enrichment produces food that is not only as nutritious but also measurably more flavorful. White Lotus uses biodynamic methods, permaculture, biochar, vermiculture and more to inform their practice of true sustainability. White Lotus Creamery makes all of their goat milk cheese, in small batches, by hand, using traditional methods and locally sourced ingredients. You’ll find White Lotus at our Saturday Market all winter with fresh goat milk cheese, fresh mozzarella, handmade artisan breads and delicious, organic produce.
Check back each month for a new set of vendors!
May - October
5:00 - 8:00 PM
Trucks, carts and other local vendors will be on site. Bring a chair, a friend and get ready for some tasty eats and live music.
See you next Spring!
Check the events calendar for all the current happenings at the market…
Kids activities, food demos, live music & more!
315 Detroit St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Bike racks are located at the edges of the market along Detroit Street.
There are several public parking lots and garages within walking distance of the market. Parking garages are located at Ann and Ashley and 4th and Washington streets. Metered parking is available at 4th and Catherine, Ann and Main, and 1st and Huron streets.
The market is just four blocks from the Blake Transit Center (stops for routes 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12A,12B, 15 and 16).