Winter Farmers' Markets

November 20, 2017
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Winter Schedule

November 2017 through April 2018

Only a handful of markets remain open through our Northern Michigan cold season. But oh, what a nice way to spend a winter morning!

CHARLEVOIX COUNTY

Boyne City Farmers’ Market*
Saturdays 9 AM–NOON
In the Boyne City Hall
Year-round market for fresh produce, meats, artisanal food products, baked goods and handcrafted household items. 231-582-9009

Charlevoix Holiday Market Finale
Tuesday, November 21, 3–6 PM
Charlevoix Public Library
Special one-day market with gift baskets, turkeys, pies, apples, squash and root vegetables or preorder from vendors for fresh turkeys, pies and more; see vendor list on Facebook. 231-330-0968

EMMET COUNTY

Petoskey-CTAC Artisans & Farmers Mart
Fridays 10 AM–1 PM; closed the Friday after Christmas Day
Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey
Features a wide variety of locally grown and handmade goods; live music sponsored by Blissfest Music Organization; culinary demonstrations on the first Friday of each month. Closed December 29. 231-347-4337

GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY

The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, Traverse City*
Saturdays 10 AM–2 PM
In the Mercato at Building 50
Farmers and local food vendors spread throughout the hallways of the Mercato allow for meandering and shopping for local provisions all winter. 231-941-1900

For More Information
Many farmers’ markets are now online with a website and/or Facebook page. To improve your market experience, follow them and keep up to date with their special events and other information.

* Accepts Bridge cards

What’s in Season

Early Winter Markets

FROM STORAGE

Apples
Pears
Chestnuts
Beets
Cabbages
Garlic
Leeks
Hard winter squash
Onions and shallots
Turnips, rutabagas and winter radishes
Carrots, parsnips and celeriac
Popcorn and dried corn
Potatoes
Sunchokes

FROM FIELD AND HOOPHOUSE

Lettuce and spinach
Kale and collard greens
Microgreens
Bokchoy, tatsoi and Napa cabbage

YEAR-ROUND PRODUCTS

Pickles and cultured veggies
Dried fruits
Eggs
Cheese
Breads, pies and pastries
Pastas
Meats (chicken, pork, beef, rabbit,
lamb)
Jams, jellies, juices
Honey and maple syrup
Salsas and dressings
Artisan and ethnic specialty foods

Article from Edible Grande Traverse at http://ediblegrandetraverse.ediblecommunities.com/shop/winter-farmers-markets
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