Grass is finally green, trees are leafing out, Earth Day activities are past, and the Northville Farmers' Market opening are signs that spring has finally come to Michigan. With around 300 markets across the state, we rank in the top five states for number of farmers markets.
Fresh, locally grown produce, plants and flowers, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, sauces and dressings, pasta, juried crafts, and much more will be available when the Northville Farmers' Market opens Thursday, May 3. New shopping hours this year will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring your reusable market basket or bag.
A farmers market has existed in Northville since 1924, providing fresh meat, produce and eggs to the "townies". Today, our Market sells only products grown or made in Michigan, and sold by the producer.
Fresh salad greens, asaparagus, herbs, and thousands of plants, pots and baskets will be available on opening day, just in time for Mothers Day. This year the Chamber of Commerce has Gift Checks available to purchase – let Mom choose! www.northville.org/events/farmersmarket