Farmers Market

MISSION STATEMENT

 Charlevoix Farmers Market exists to bring our whole community to the heart of the City to experience healthy living, including shopping for and eating the best local produce, meats and fine artisan baked goods while learning more about health as a family. The Market sponsors events to help educate the children and public while providing space for quality family time on a regular basis as well as supporting our local growers and helping incubate small business.

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    Beth Anzell

    Recreation Assistant/Farmer's Market Manager
    Phone: 231-547-3253

COVID-19 & Farmers Markets

In the wake of COVID-19, we keep educated on best practices for farmers markets -- which has been deemed an essential business. With the latest orders from the CDC, masks are no longer required in our outdoor market setting. That said, we do want you to feel comfortable while shopping our vendor booths. Please wear a mask if you feel it is your best interest.

If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to me! Beth 231-547-3253.

Thursdays on Bridge Street 8 AM - 1 PM

May 20 - October 7, 2021

Mondays at Ferry Beach 4 - 7 PM (TBD)

June 28  - September 6, 2021

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2021 Vendors North to South:

  • 001     Siegrist Farm and Greenhouse (syrup, honey, plants)
  • 002    Charlevoix Moon Artisan Wine (wine, grape soda)
  • 003    Providence Farm Organics (produce, fruit, herbs, meats, plants)
  • 004    Gerber’s Homemade Sweets (pasties, maple syrup, jams, cookies)
  • 005    That French Place (crepes, quiche)
  • 006    Dutch Oven Bakery (baked goods, pasties, pot pies, bread, desserts, pastries, pies)
  • 007    Lottie’s Bagels (bagels, bagel sandwiches, scones, croissants, bagel chips)
  • 008    Mike’s Mustard (assorted flavored mustards and gift sets)
  • 009    Interwater Farms (produce, jams)
  • 010    Charlevoix Lavender (dried/fresh bouquets, sachets, eye pillows, soap, lip balm, salve)
  • 011    Renee’s Bouquets (annual/perennial flowers indigenous to northern Michigan)
  • 012    Farmer White’s Produce (produce, sauces, jams, canned items, dressings, baked goods)
  • 013    Dhaseleer Events Barn (produce, cheese, baked goods, plants, micro greens, flowers)
  • 014    Michigan Mushroom Market (wild and cultivated mushrooms fresh and dried)
  • 015    Berg Farms Produce and Greenhouse (produce, plants/flowers)
  • 016    Ya Ya’s Natural Bakery (baked goods, cheese, sauces, herbs)
  • 017    Guntzviller’s Berry and Vegetable Farm (produce, canned items, juice)
  • 018    Ziibimijwang Farm (produce, plants, flowers, maple products)
  • 019    North Country Critters (a variety of dog treats)
  • 020    Currey Farms Pure Maple Syrup (syrup, granulated maple sugar, pancake mix)
  • 021    Lavender on Old Mission Peninsula (bath and body, spa, culinary lavender, neck wraps)
  • 022    Winnie’s Originals (tomato butter, seasoning packets, creole magic sauce)
  • 023    Lake Forest Baking Company (crepes, croissants, baked goods, quiche, scones)
  • 024    My TCBD (CBD products)
  • 025    Cookies & Cravings (cookies, scones, baked treats, cupcakes, seasonal treats)
  • 026    Hive North (soaps, sprays, body butters)
  • 027    Hammond’s Honey (honey)
  • 028    Flowers North (cut flowers, arrangements)
  • 029    Tillie’s Tafel (gourmet cinnamon rolls, custom roasted coffee)
  • 030    Grand Traverse Sauce Co. (hot sauce, spice rubs)
  • 031    Golden Hills Maple Syrup (maple cotton candy, maple cream, maple sugar, candy)
  • 032    Black Market Foods (spice blends, sauces, bloody mary mix, chip dip, BBQ sauce)
  • 033    Lakeshore Country Farms (microgreens, cut flowers, limited produce) Occasional

W-9 (All Vendors are required to have a W-9 on file with the City each year)

Michigan Farms Market Association Website

SNAP Usage Flyer

Market Volunteers

Market volunteers are needed, please call Beth at 231-547-3253 for more information on how to volunteer.

Payment

Credit Cards, Debit Cards, and EBT (Bridge Cards) are welcomed. Stop by the Market booth to run your credit card in exchange for market tokens. We also participate in Double-Up Food Bucks, WIC Market Fresh and Senior Project Fresh programs.

Junior Marketeer Program

Children love to get stickers in our program and earn a t-shirt in just four visits!

Junior Farmers Market