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Farmers’ Markets Around Kalamazoo – 2015

2015 Farmers' Market Guide


The fresh season is finally here!

Fresh is good! We love our local farmers’ markets and enjoy the great variety of options that we have here in Southwest Michigan. Each market is unique and offers a huge array of produce from local farmers, artisan products, local baked goods, lovely flowers, and more! Some even have a number of food trucks to grab a quick bite. Plus, the farmers’ markets are a great place to run into a friend, grab a cup of coffee, or talk to a local producer.

We’ve updated our guide to reflect the hours and locations for 2015. Let us know if we missed any of your favorite area markets.

Enjoy the bounty of the season!

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 Kalamazoo Farmers' Market

Kalamazoo Farmers’ Market, 1204 Bank Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49001


The Kalamazoo Farmers’ Market has some exciting things in store this season.  In addition to over 100 vendors, Saturdays will feature a variety of food trucks offering a wide range of prepared foods as well as entertainment options such as as local musicians and kids activities.

The Kalamazoo Farmers’ Market offers free WI-FI as well as composting and recycling services for its customers.

If Saturdays are too busy for you, the Tuesday and Thursday markets are growing and promise to have 30 vendors selling locally grown products. If you would like more information on each vendor, http://farmersmarketkalamazoo.com/ has a description of each vendor along with their mission and practices.

The Kalamazoo Farmers’ Market asks that you leave your pets at home.

Market Dates and Hours:

May- November, Opening weekend is May 2!

Saturday 7:00 am-2:00 pm


June – October 

Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 am-2:00 pm


 100-Mile Market

100-Mile Market, 507 Harrison Street, Kalamazoo, 49007


Located at the People’s Food Co-Op, the 100-Mile Market features local vendors growing or producing food within 100 miles of Kalamazoo.  This is a great place to get your mid-week produce and other great goods. If you haven’t been there, you’ll want to check it out.


Market Dates and Hours:

May – October

Wednesday 3:00 pm-7:00 pm

 Texas Township Farmers’ Market

Texas Township Farmers’ Market,  7110 West Q Avenue, Kalamazoo, 49009


The “Fresh on Q!” market is a great family friendly space. The pavillion is paved  for easy stroller access and picnic tables are available for enjoying the prepared foods available at the market. There is a playground just north of the pavillion along with a public restroom.   Vendors accept Double-Up Bucks and Project Fresh.

Market Dates and Hours:

May 9 through October 17

Saturday 8:00 am-12:00 pm


June 2 through August 25

Tuesday 4:00 pm-7:00 pm

 Richland Farmers’ Market

Richland Farmers’ Market, Gull Lake Middle School 9550 East M-89, Richland, MI 49083


The Richland Market only allows vendors that produce at least 90% of their products sold.  The market also plans to collect extra produce from vendors to donate to the local food pantry. Community members are encouraged to contribute if they are interested.  Vendors may accept bridge cards without Double Up Bucks.

Market Dates and Hours:

May 20 to October 14

Wednesday 3:00 pm-6:00 pm



 Douglass Farmers’ Market

Douglass Farmers’ Market,  Douglass Community Center, 1000 W. Paterson St, Kalamazoo, 49007


Market Dates and Hours:

Market hours coming soon!

 South Haven Farm Market

South Haven Farm Market, 547 Phoenix Street, South Haven, MI 49090


Check out the large number of vendors at the South Haven Farm Market!
South Haven Farm Market is committed to creating a diverse marketplace with the highest quality and locally produced products available. You’ll love all of the great options that you have.

Market Dates and Hours:

May 16- October 17

Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm


June – August

Wednesday 8:00 am-2:00 pm


 Battle Creek Farmers’ Market

Battle Creek Farmers’ Market, Festival Market Square, 25 McCamly St S, Battle Creek, MI 49017


Whether you are a local family, a visitor from out of town, a local farmer, or a producer of a Michigan food product, there is a place for you at the market. Local families will find an accessible market with family friendly vendors and products. Visitors will find unique Michigan products and tasty treats.

There will be many family friendly events throughout the summer. Accepts Double Up Food Bucks and Project Fresh.

No market will be held in Battle Creek on Saturday, July 4th. Be sure to come by the market on Wednesday in Battle Creek or Thursday in Bellevue to prepare for the holiday.

Market Dates and Hours:

May through September

Saturday and Wednesday  9:00 am-1:00 pm

 Otsego City Farmers’ Market

Otsego City Farmers’ Market,  Otsego Church of God  112 Kalamazoo St. Otsego, MI 49078


The Otsego City Market promises fun every week on Saturday. Catch the live music each week and watch their Facebook page for family friendly activities at the market.

Market Dates and Hours:

Mid-April through mid-October

Saturday 8:00 am-2:00 pm




 Plainwell Farmers' Market

Plainwell Farmers’ Market, 211 N. Main St., Plainwell, Michigan 49080


Market Dates and Hours:

Fridays beginning May 22nd

8:00 am-2:00 pm




 Bellevue Farmers’ Market

Bellevue Farmers’ Market,  212 N Main St, Bellevue, MI 49021

The family friendly vendors offer a good selection of Michigan grown fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, baked goods, ready to eat foods, maple syrup and maple products, yummy snacks, and more.You’ll also find a selection of hand-crafted items such as soap, personal care products and candles.


Market Dates and Hours:

June  – September

Thursday 3:00 pm-6:00 pm


 Vicksburg Farmers’ Market

Vicksburg Farmers’ Market,  300 N. Richardson Street Vicksburg, MI


Market Dates and Hours:

May 22– October 9

Fridays from 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm



 St. Joe Farmers’ Market

St. Joe Farmers’ Market, Lake Bluff Park, 201 Lake Boulevard, St. Joseph, MI


Going to the downtown Farmers Market used to be limited to the treat of selecting your own ripe, succulent fruits and vegetables. Things have changed! Saturday morning at the Market now includes jams, honey, hearth-baked breads and fine pastries, perennials, cut flowers, organic vegetables and so much more!

Take the time to chat with vendors who will share recipes, planting recommendations and cooking tips. Also, plan to visit with several friends since the number of people attending this weekly event has continued to grow over the last few years. It’s a Saturday tradition!

Stay up to date on everything the market has to offer at www.facebook.com/StJoeFarmersMarket.


Market Dates and Hours:

May 30 – October 17

Saturdays 9:00 am- 2:00 pm

 Three Rivers Farmers' Market

Scidmore Park Pavilion, Three Rivers, MI


Lots of fun stuff happening at the Three River Farmers’ Market. Check out their Market Sprouts program for lots of fun kids activities throughout the farmers’ market season.



Market Dates and Hours:

May 28- September 3, 2015

Thursdays from 1:00 pm -6:00 pm