City of Saginaw MI -
Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market
The Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market continues the wonderful tradition of farmers markets in Saginaw for the last century by providing fresh local produce and offering a welcoming gathering place for the entire community and region under large tents. Located at the northwest corner of Washington Avenue and Thompson Streets, the Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market opens on the Friday before Memorial Day and closes at the end of October. The market is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:00am until 3:00pm throughout the season and after July 4th the market adds Saturdays from 9:00am-1:00pm for the rest of the season.
During the season, more than 30 vendors and farms offer a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, plants and fresh-cut flowers, fresh and dried herbs, honey, jams and jellies, breads and baked goods, and handmade items. The Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market is a great place to grab lunch from fresh food vendors who offer gumbo, tacos, fish, BBQ, soups, and salads and enjoy your lunch along the nearby Riverwalk. The Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market is proud to accept the Michigan Bridge Card as well as offer customers Double Up Food Bucks - a program that allows them more money to buy fresh Michigan-grown food. The market also accepts credit and debit cards for the convenience of their customers. The market is an independent non-profit corporation that is overseen by a board of local supporters and farmers and supported by vendor fees, grants and donations. The Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market is proud to be a recognized asset in the City of Saginaw.
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