Market Moves for Winter, Now Year Around

From Menominee Farmers Market — Blog by
October 18, 2012

The Menominee Historic Downtown Winter Farmers Market , is held at 905 10th Street in the Community Action Agency/ Menominee Senior Center every Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm They are sponsored by the Menominee Downtown Business Association and is a member of the Michigan Farmers Market Association.

The market accepts EBT cards from all states such as the Michigan Bridge Card or Wisconsin Badger Card.

Master Card, Visa, Discover and debit card users may purchase market money to buy items at the market. The market accepts Senior Market FRESH Coupons and Project FRESH coupons. Just a reminder that these programs will be ending at the end of October and coupons cannot be saved to be used next year. Double Up Food Bucks Program has been extended to December 1. Market gift cards are also available for purchase throughout the season.

The Blueberry Pier is our featured farmer for the month of October, Come on down and see what you didn’t know about her. Drawing for the market tote will be October 27 at noon.

Saturday’s items may include greens,and fall vegetables, fresh herbs, meat, eggs, Cottage Food Law jams, breads, homemade soaps, lotions, and crafts.

For those who would like a list of items, they may follow the market at www.Realtimefarms.com/market/menominee-historic-downtown-farmers-market, www.twitter.com/MenoFarmMarket, www.culinate.com/market/MenomineeHistoryFM and www.facebook.com/mdtfarmersmkt or call Lucy Pier at 906-863-8718

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