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8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
April 20th - CSA Day!
Come and meet the vendors who offer a CSA - learn which one is the best fit for your family.
Free parking in the market lot all winter.
Wednesdays return in May.
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!
Bedlam Acres of Tecumseh is one of Ann Arbor Farmers Market’s most long-term vendors. Patricia Kemph is the owner of Bedlam Acres. You can find a variety of unique items available in Bedlam Acres’ Farmers Market booth - vegetables, catnip and other herbs, gooseberries, free-range chicken & duck eggs, succulents, wreaths, textiles and pottery.
Betty’s Best are goat products from a 10 acre farm from farmers who absolutely love farm life. “We are very holistic and we feel strongly about abundance of chemicals in many of the commercial soaps available to consumers.” Betty’s Best is one of the Market’s newest vendors, offering goat meat and lotions. USDA, grass-fed, hormone & antibiotic-free, Betty’s Best goat meat is another source of protein rich in nutrients and low in fat. Betty’s Best Moisturizing lotion comes in a convenient reusable tin container in a variety of scents - lavender, vanilla, twigs & berries, and cranberry & bergamot orange. Come see Betty’s Best!
Birdie Sheridan and her son Chef Andy Sheridan have created a unique and guilt-free way to eat dark chocolate ganache in a small cup with a spoon that is less than 100 calories! The ganache is artfully prepared from an original family recipe that combines the best of European chocolate with an indescribable texture that is a rich, lush flavor that will spoil your taste buds. If just a taste of this treat isn’t enough, don’t worry – you can get it by the tub full! One of our new favorite vendors, Birdie’s invites you to fall in love with chocolate all over again with Birdie’s Something Chocolate.
Since Dana began selling her artwork at the Market, almost 25 years ago, her artwork has evolved immensely. Her art is constantly changing as she discovers new materials and new styles. Dana Ray’s large, colorful artwork and twinkly lights may have caught your eye at past Markets. Be sure to check out her booth often for her large painted canvases, framed, three dimensional artwork, and glittery skulls. This spring, Dana will be selling her newest collection full of bright colors and new works. “Don’t question your artistic impulses,” she said. To Ray, artistic impulses are everything, and she never hesitates on them. “If it’s cool, go for it!”
Ernst Farm has been here in Ann Arbor for over thirty years. From pork chops to ribeye steaks, T-bones to brisket, Ernst Farm sells all kinds of natural, hormone and steroid-free beef, poultry, pork and lamb cuts at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market. You’ll find Ernst farms most Saturdays selling meat and also a variety of high quality grains, flour and nuts.
The Hannewald Farm is a six generation family farm from Stockbridge Michigan. Hannewald Lamb has been selling hormone and antibiotic free lamb for over 15 years. They offer a variety of different lamb cuts including a summer sausage and a nitrate and msg free bratwurst. Not wanting to waste anything, they have the hides tanned and dehydrate the lambs liver into a 100% dehydrated lamb liver dog treat. Dogs go crazy over it! They also sell raw ground dog food with bone. Hannewald Lamb specializes in all natural, USDA inspected lamb meat, 100% lamb liver dog treats and lamb pelts. Be sure to get your special Easter orders into Judy soon!
Jim Neumann and Helen Chandler, partners in marriage and business, own and operate Lake Divide Farm. Located in Jackson County Michigan, the farm is named for the unique way the Huron and Upper Grand watersheds divide the property in half. This year will be Lake Divide Farm’s third year farming in Michigan, after four years running Whistling Wolf Farm in New Jersey. “Through our inaugural season, we got our organic certification through Ohio Ecological Farm and Food Association (OEFFA) and began laying the groundwork for a lifetime of friendship and stewardship within our community. We are eager to continue forging relationships and carrying on the work of caring for our environment. We are committed to farming the land sustainably and preserving the natural ecosystems that predate our arrival.” Check out vegetable CSA options from Lake Divide Farm. You’ll find them at Market both on Saturdays and Wednesdays.
Virginia and Ray Sabo, of Chelsea, have been selling their colorful hand woven rugs for over 40 years. These are those fantastic rugs that folks seek out – they’re not as easy to find anymore! You can find Virginia and Ray at the Market selling their beautiful rugs and handmade wooden furniture and toys. Looking for a one of a kind gift – look for Virginia and Ray at Market!
Seeley Farm is located in Ann Arbor Township, just 5 miles north of downtown Ann Arbor. The farm is owned and operated by Mark Nowak and Alex Cacciari and has been certified USDA Organic since 2013. Mark and Alex started Seeley Farm with the goal of growing spectacular salad greens and that has remained at the core of the business ever since. Seeley Farm produces high-quality, washed and ready-to-eat certified organic salad greens. Plus, the business has grown beyond salad greens to include a wider diversity of crops, fresh cut flowers, artichokes, and chicken available at the Farmers Market.
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.
Simply Spanish will be serving food every other week during the Winter Market!
Simply Spanish will be at market every other week throughout the winter. They offer Spanish style cuisine, including paella and several types of sandwiches.
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).