Select Area Farmers’ Markets to Open in May
Milwaukeeans will not have to wait much longer to get fresh, locally grown spring produce such as greens and asparagus, along with honey, flowers and more. Several area farmers’ markets will open in May:
Fondy Farmers’ Market, 2200 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee. Early spring market opens Sat., May 11. FondyMarket.org.
Greenfield Farmers’ Market, 5151 W. Layton Ave., Greenfield. Opens Sun., May 5. GreenfieldWIFarmersMarket.com.
South Milwaukee Downtown Market, 1114 S. Milwaukee Ave., South Milwaukee. Opens Thu., May 30. SMMarket.org.
West Allis Farmers’ Market, 6501 W. National Ave., West Allis. Opens Sat., May 4. WestAllisWI.gov.
Brookfield Farmers’ Market, 2000 N. Calhoun Rd., Waukesha. Opens Sat., May 4. BrookfieldFarmersMarket.com.
Delafield Farmers’ Market, corner of Main and Dopkins streets in downtown Delafield. Opens Sat., May 4. DelafieldFarmersMarket.com.
Dousman Farmers’ Market, 118 S. Main St., Dousman. Opens Wed., May 1. DousmanChamber.org/special-events/farmers-market.
Menomonee Falls Farmers’ Market, N88 W16712 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls. Opens Wed., May 1. MenomoneeFallsDowntown.com.
New Berlin Farmers’ Market, 15055 W. National Ave., New Berlin. Opens Sat., May 4. NewBerlinChamber.org.
Oconomowoc Farmers’ Market, 155 W. Wisconsin Ave., Oconomowoc. Opens Sat., May 4. Oconomowoc.org.
Waukesha Farmers’ Market, 125 W. St. Paul Ave., Waukesha. Opens Sat., May 4. WaukeshaFarmersMarket.com.
Other farmers’ markets throughout Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Waukesha counties open in June. For more info, visit FarmFreshAtlas.org.
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