Saline Indoor Winter Farmers Market At Liberty School

Saline Farmers Market continues to offer excellent shopping opportunities throughout the winter season.

Saturday, November 3 marks the opening of the Indoor Saline Winter Farmers Market.  Now in its second full season the Winter Market brings a valuable shopping resource for all customers who have enjoyed the Summer Farmers Markets and want to continue to shop all year long…plus those folks who want to shop indoors during the winter.  Saline is fortunate to have a space large enough at Liberty School to house a Winter Market making shopping easy, warm and cozy. 

Open 9am-noon every Saturday from November-April (no markets on November 10 and March 16 due to the craft shows) and located in Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Road in Saline.

Last year there were over 25 vendors and this year promises even more.  There is an abundance of different items to choose from including fresh local produce (some grown in hoop houses which supplies the market with produce throughout the winter), delicious baked goods of all kinds, jam and jellies from local Michigan fruit, local hand-made cheese, fresh hormone free eggs, natural meats including, beef, pork, chicken, sausage, bacon, turkey, and duck.  Also available are specialty items such as handmade candies, granola, maple syrup, fresh local coffee, spiced nuts and spice rubs, great smelling soaps and lotions and much more. 

Holiday wreaths and decorations are available as well as a wide variety of very creative hand-crafted items that make great gifts. 

For more information call Nancy Crisp, Market Manager at (734) 429-3518 or visit our website at cityofsaline.org/farmers market.

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