The Garden District Farmers’ Market will open the season on Saturday, June 11th, from 1-5pm with new and returning area vendors. Located at 6th and Howard across from the art deco Town of Lake Water Tower, the Market will be held Saturdays through October 15th.
In addition to our vendors and their freshly grown produce, local musicians will be on hand most Market days from 2-4pm to entertain shoppers and vendors alike. The Market also features a weekly 50-50 raffle with special giveaways.
The Market is one of many features in Milwaukee’s designated Green Corridor. “We’re very excited to be back and look forward to accommodating our customers and their appetites” says GDNA Chair Connie Wilson. “Our location is a real showcase of neighborhood involvement and innovation. Our volunteers are happy to share information.” A celebratory kick-off for the season will be held on Saturday, July 9th with special guests at 2pm.
“We welcome everyone to see the beautiful location and to learn about what’s going on in the Garden District.” For more information, visit The Garden District Farmers’ Market webpage or find us on Facebook
The Garden District Farmers’ Market is free and open to the public. Vendor space is available when you “make it, bake it or grow it” at seasonal and daily rates. For more information, visit our website or call 414.212-5215.
The 2016 season is sponsored by TOPS – Take off Pounds Sensibly, Ticket King, the Islamic Center of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee County Post. Supporters include Bell Ambulance, Culver’s, Jet Intermodal, and Nowak Chiropractic.
About The Garden District Neighborhood Association
The Garden District Farmers’ Market is presented by the Garden District Neighborhood Association, Inc., a nonprofit community-based organization with a mission to establish, support and maintain Neighborhood Associations in the Garden District to improve the quality of life for District residents through civic involvement and community education.
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