I made my first visit this year to the Ann Arbor Farmers Market. I enjoy going, it is a happy place. Today I took my camera and when I took a photo of some fruits and vegetables, I gave them my business card and told them to read my blog.
The Ann Arbor Farmers Market is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the growing season and features locally grown crops, flowers, herbs and plants. There is also different artists that sell their art work when it is open.
Today I ran down and got some fresh corn, yummy Michigan cherries, and some lilys for my table.
The Farmers Market is located at 315 Detroit Street in Ann Arbor, and is known as the Kerry Town District.
Many of the streets are still bricked and it is a charming place to take visitors. Parking is hard but there are structures near by, or you can drive "around and around" looking for a spot. Today I hit it lucky and found a place right out in front.
Kipnicks Orchard has been apart of the farmers market in Ann Arbor for years. That is where I picked up my Michigan cherries. It has been in business since 1958, but changed hands in 2001 and is now owned by Sharon and Bruce Schaffer and Scott Robertello. Sharon is the daughter of the original owners.
Goetz Farm is where I picked up my first of the year fresh corn. It is owned by Johathan and Karlene Goetz, and their vegetables are always fresh and yummy.
You can read a Review of the Farmers Market here and leave a comment.