Farmers Market

2019 Downtown Hart Farmers Market

Downtown Hart Farmers MarketWe are pleased to announce that the Downtown Hart Farmers will again accept food benefits SNAP and Double Up Food Bucks, WIC Project Fresh and Senior Market FRESH. This has been made possible thanks to the work of AmeriCorps VISTA member Rachel Kindinger.

We look forward to providing locally grown, fresh healthy food choices to the residents and visitors in the area every other Thursday afternoon beginning June 6. This program and event is a win-win-win, with local farmers benefiting with a local market for them to sell their products, the availability of healthy choices for the community, and for downtown to see increased activity and foot traffic.

At the Downtown Hart Farmers Market we also welcome makers of handcrafted items to be vendors. We value the artisan community and invite applications for those with crafted items who would like to gain exposure and explore the market potential in Hart.

We will again enjoy the live music of local musical groups and other features and events to accompany the market atmosphere, such as guest chefs, a foodie crawl, health and history, and the scarecrow contest.

If you would like to apply to be a vendor at the Downtown Hart Farmers Market, find the rules and registration attached on this page!

Dates for the 2019 Season;

Thursday, June 6th
June 20th
July 18th
August 1st
August 15th
August 29th
Saturday, September 14th
Saturday, October 12th

Vendors registered for the 2019 Season

Backwoods Homemade Wines - homemade wines
Margaret Amstutz Farm - sugar peas, greens, cherries, beans, peaches, tomatoes, plums, rhubarb, asparagus, quick bread
The Kitchen at Chestnut Grove - scones, pies, breads, cookies, fresh garden produce, homemade soap

On the Farm - Flowers, fresh floral bouquets, dried flowers, seasonal produce, asparagus, squash, herbs, apothecary products
Mertens Farmhouse Market - maple syrup, bread, cookies, pies, doughnuts, ice cream sandwiches, produce
Jesse Dean Farm - apples, peaches, all kinds of vegetables
Stones Throw Farm - vegetables grown using organic practices, woodworking
Little Bits of Fabrics - hand sewn purses and bags, pillows, and hats
Ann Squire - baguettes and specialty breads, cookies, herbal teas, and fresh herbs

Vendors at Some Markets
Petoskey Stones Rock,
by Austin Enns
A Little Piece of Jewelry, by Megan McVannel

Farmers Market Registration and Rules forms can be downloaded from the links below for the 2019 season.