Farmers market (Outdoors)

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Farmers market (Outdoors)



Jun 07 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm weekly thru Sep 27

Maple Grove Community Center - 12951 Weaver Lake Road

Food and fun are in abundance at the Farmers Market with 45+ vendors offering their own fresh produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, eggs, meat products, breads, baked goods, syrups, sauces, jams, honey, salsa, seasonings and much more!  Outside at the Maple Grove Community Center (12951 Weaver Lake Road) every Thursday through October 25, 2018.  Hours are 3 to 7 p.m. (through September); 3 to 6 p.m. (October).

In addition, ready to eat foods such as crepes, pierogi, pretzels, ice cream, lemonade and juice drinks, and a wide array of specialty treats and sweets. Shaded shopper seating lets you grab a bite, listen to music, chat with family and friends or just enjoy the upbeat atmosphere.

Two great programs to be enjoyed by shoppers.  For adults, the shopper reward program provides you with a $2 market token after every four visits.  Token is good for any purchase with any market vendor.  The very popular Power of Produce Club is open to kids ages 4-12 and provides a $2 market token for them to purchase fresh produce at each market visit.

Visit our website and sign up via eSubscribe to receive market updates with vendor info, what's in season, and fun happenings. Follow the Market on Facebook and Twitter too!

To reach the Community Center, take 694/494 to I-94, exit Weaver Lake Road, east 4 blocks. Products and selection varies throughout the season, so frequent visits are recommended!

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