Swartz Creek Farmers' Market

The Swartz Creek Farmers' Market is a local growers and producers open-air market that serves the greater Swartz Creek area. The market operates on all Sunday's from 9am-2pm in the months of May, June, July, August, and September. October dates are subject to Michigan weather. Lets roll the dice on that...

The Farmers' Market has dozens of quality vendors that offer everything from fresh produce and local honey products to baked goods and specialty local fine arts and crafts. You can also find a full selection of flowers, plants, and planting supplies. Because of the size and diversity of the market, some specialty vendors change weekly. So, be sure to check out the market regularly!

The market has a new 2010 location. You will now find it at the Centerpiece Plaza at 8048 Miller Road. This location offers direct access to Miller Road near Morrish Road and will be well signed to traffic and pedestrians during operation. The market will have public restrooms, green space, shade, concessions, and adequate parking. Limited electric and water utilities are also available for vendors.

Most market days also offer music, community fundraisers, special events, or the advice of area Master Gardeners. Many market vendors now take Project Fresh vouchers.


Listing last updated on Mar 26, 2010

Swartz Creek's City motto is "where town and country join hands." The Farmers' Market is a manifestation of this credo. With numerous area farmers and food producers in the rural area of Swartz Creek, town residents take advantage of the market's downtown location to walk up on a Sunday or to stop by after church and support the local food production industry while providing fresh produce and other products for their families.

Schedule and Location:

Centerpiece Plaza (8048 Miller Rd)

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It's new, it's local and off to a great start. $5,000 would certainly help them along their way. Although there is a larger market in the city, it is becoming very crowded and parking is becoming an issue.... [more]

The tomatoes I eat should be grown in Michigan and not the Netherlands. Supporting our local farmers is important. Furthermore, it gets me out and about on Sunday!

It's a great place to meet friends, have a snack and get wonderful fresh produce and plants!

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