Meet Me at the Farmers’ Market


Summer is in full swing and area farmers’ markets are open and bursting with a delightful array of fresh vegetables and fruit, scrumptious baked goods, local meats and cheeses and so much more! Support these local producers while you partake in one of summer’s most enjoyable activities.

Davison Farmers’ Market

8110 E. Court St., Davison

It’s farm fresh, family friendly and open year-round on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 9am-5pm. The vendors offer fresh produce, meats and cheeses and local goods from all over the state! Explore the variety and take a moment for a bite at one of the eateries. Bring the family and enjoy the free Davison Harvest Collectables car show and live music every Tuesday from 5-9pm.

Fenton Farmers’ Market

150 S. Leroy St., Fenton

Every Thursday evening until October 14, market-goers can shop from 5pm-9pm on the front lawn of the Fenton Community & Cultural Center. The market offers locally grown veggies, fruits, flowers, honey and so much more. Enjoy a tasty treat from local bakeries and restaurants. Don’t forget your lawn chair so you can attend the free Concerts in the Park on Thursdays in conjunction with the Market.

Flint Farmers’ Market

300 E. First St., Flint

This year-round public market is located in the heart of Downtown Flint, open from 9am-5pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. With over 100 vendors offering fresh produce, baked goods, cheese, meat, poultry, eggs, flowers, wine and gift items, a variety of eateries and more, the Market has become a well-known Downtown Flint destination.

Holly Farmers’ Market

Crapo Park, Holly

Now in its fourth season, this popular market located near Downtown Holly is open Sundays from 10am-2pm through October 17. Market-goers can also browse in the village’s quaint shops or enjoy a delicious meal at one of its many restaurants. With 100 percent local farmers and artisans, the Market is also great for kids with a playground, gazebo (and public restrooms) available in Crapo Park. For a list of vendors, visit

Spicer Orchards Farm Market

10411 Clyde Rd., Fenton

The Spicer family has been growing fruit in southeastern Michigan for five generations. Located at Spicer Orchards and open daily from 8am-7pm, the Market offers fresh-baked pies and breads, ice cream, candy, veggies, fruit, cider, doughnuts, homemade jams and several high-quality Michigan-made and local products.

Rich’s Greenhouse & Farm Market

5109 Linden Rd., Swartz Creek

Open the first weekend in June until the end of September (daily 9am-5pm), this family-owned and operated market offers produce and many locally-made goods. You’ll find Michigan and Amish tomatoes, a huge variety of fruits, cukes, melons and homegrown sweet corn and berries, to name a few, as well as farm-fresh eggs, baked goods, honey, maple syrup and much more.


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