Category Archives: farmers market

Urban Fairies at the Sunday Artisan Market

On Sundays the Ann Arbor Farmers Market becomes the Sunday Artisan Market. Sunday, August 4th, Fairyologist Jonathan Wright of Urban Fairies – Fairy Doors will be hosting an Urban Fairy Takeover of the Artisan Market. Jonathan Wright will lead a question and answer meeting at 1:30p, and will be offering Fairyologist Certifications for $5. There will be fairy craft tents […]

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Events at Cobblestone Farm Market on Tuesdays

Each Tuesday in the summer Cobblestone Farms holds a Farm Market from 4-7p. There are more than 25 vendors selling local seeds, vegetables,plants, eggs, honey, and bread. They also have activities for adults and kids. I had a few friends who attended their opening night activities last week when they had several kids activities. Today, May 28, Common Cycle will present […]

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Kids Activities at Wednesday Evening Farmer’s Market

Each Wednesday night through September is the Wednesday Evening Farmers Market from 4:30-8L30 at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market. Tonight The Little Lake Learning Community will have kids activities. There will be face painting, sidewalk chalk, and more. They will also have information about their alternative educational programs. New vendors this week include Dyer Family Farm with many varieties of […]

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Fairies & Fairy Door Festival on Sunday

Come out to the Sunday Artisan Market at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market for Mity Nice’s Fairies and Fairy Door Festival. Mity Nice is sponsoring a different themed festival on he second Sunday of each month. Mity Nice’s new Fairy Door(from their blog post) Fly Children’s Art Center, Mity Nice’s charity partner, will run the Mity Nice Arts & Crafts […]

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Kids Night at Wednesday Evening Farmers Market

On Wednesday, June 13, the Ann Arbor Farmers Market will be having a Kids Night during the Wednesday Evening Market. The Wednesday Evening Farmers Market is from 4:30-8:30p. During Kids Night there will be a permaculture activity with farmers from Tantre Farm, a planting activity from UMs Child Cognitive Development lab, and children’s music from Ken Kozoro, Lucas DiGia a.k.a. […]

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