General Info Hours & Location

Menominee Historic Downtown Farmers Market
Following all COVID-19 protocols

Winter & Spring

Dates: closed for 2024
Times: Every other Saturday 9 AM – 12 PM
Location: 1801 8th Ave, Menominee, MI 49858 (Bridgeview Apartments / Menominee Housing Commission, Take 10th Ave and turn on 19th Street)

Summer & Fall

Dates: Saturdays – 5/25/2024 – 9/28/2024
Times:  9 AM-12 PM
Location: 940 1st St, Menominee, MI 49858
(Spies Library Parking lot)

Waterfront Market

Dates: Thursdays – 05/30/24 – 8/15/24
Times: 3 PM-7 PM
Location: 900 1st Street (Great Lakes Memorial Marina Park)

Alternative Payments

The Menominee Farmers Markets accept EBT cards from all states such as the Michigan Bridge Card and Wisconsin Badger Card.  We also accept Master Card, Visa, and Discover. We now also accept Menominee Downtown Business Association Gift Certificates.

We are a distributor for Kids Cash for the Great Start Initiative: Menominee County. One Kids Cash per child present per family with purchase from participating vendors at the market. Look for the Green Kids Cash Distribution Site signs.

We are proud to announce that our Menominee markets have been selected to participate in the Fair Food Network’s Double Up Food Bucks program, and WISE Women for the 2024 market season, in addition to our current Market FRESH and Produce as Medicine programs. 

Our Mission

To provide a venue for mutually beneficial partnership between producers and consumers in our community.

Our Vision

For the regular exchange of high quality, locally grown foods and fine artisan products for the purpose of improving both the financial and physical health of the community, allowing for utilization of programs already in place, in order to make them available to everyone.

Our Core Purpose

To demonstrate our good stewardship of the local resources and garner the respect of our community through exchange of information about where and how our goods are produced and the benefits of their proper use.

To provide the opportunity to preserve the connection between farmers, producers, and consumers, and to educate consumers about the benefits of preserving local agriculture and using locally produced foods.

To further benefit the community at large by drawing and encouraging the return of visitors from other communities.