Canton Farmers Market

Canton Farmers Market Canton, MI Every Sunday Starting April 25-October 17, 2010 10 am to 2 pm.

Vendor set-up time is between 8:30 am and 9:45 am.

Indulge in an old fashioned Farmers Market at Canton's Historic Preservation Park, located on the East side of Ridge Rd., North of Cherry Hill Rd., in the Cherry Hill Village. No admission is required - the public is welcome! Fresh picked produce, flowers, organic foods, local canned and baked goods, in addition to arts and crafts is available for purchase. Live entertainment is also scheduled for your enjoyment as well as free arts and crafts for kids. Reusable market bags, made from recycled materials, are available for sale.

Listing last updated on Apr 6, 2010

Special Events at the Market Old Tyme Farm Days: July 25, 9am-5pm Celebrate Michigan's rich history of agriculture with this unique display of antique engines, tractors, and operating machinery. Admission is FREE.

Village Faire: August 22, 12pm-5pm A tribute to Canton's rural beginnings, we'll keep you busy with entertainment geared toward the entire family. Visit the petting farm, tour the Bartlett-Travis House, enjoy music, food, and MORE! Admission is FREE.



Schedule and Location:

Sundays, April 25-Oct 17
Preservation Park, located at 500 N. Ridge Rd., North of Cherry Hill, South of Ford Rd.
Canton, MI



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I have been visiting this market for about two years. It is one of few local markets where I have not found produce trucked or brokered in from the southern parts of the US.... [more]


The list of vegetables is really misleading, they actually have only one (sometimes two) vendors selling veggies, and they had only asparagus for about the last month (but it was extremely tasty!), last week asparagus was gone, but had strawberries and cherries, and another vendor had some lettuce, but that's about it.... [more]


They only bring in things made or grown in Michigan so it helps our local economy and is friendlier to the environment.

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