Farmers Market

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General Information


Welcome to the Manitowoc Farmers Market. We look forward to another great year in our scenic downtown locations where you will find over 70 vendors whose goal is to provide a quality outlet for purchasing locally grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, farm fresh meats, dairy products and baked goods. The market also features specialty foods and unique handcrafted items by artisans. The Saturday Market will continue to be located at the corner of Eight and Quay Streets in Downtown Manitowoc. The Tuesday Market will be moving to a new location in Washington Park. Please click here to view a 2017 brochure.

New in 2017 Grow It Forward, a local non-profit, will manage the operations of the market, Grow It Forward presently organizes the community garden on South 14th Street and is involved with local programs in the school district to educate students about healthy foods.  

The market continues to support the Food Share / SNAP program and the WIC Special Supplement and Nutrition Program for Women and Children. Vendors participating in these programs will have a sign identifying them.
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We think our market is one of the best in the State of Wisconsin, and hope you agree with us. We look forward to seeing you this market season.

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Vendor Application Information


For more information, please view:
Farmers Market Welcome Letter
Farmers Market Participation and License Agreement
Saturday Farmers Market Map
Tuesday Farmers Market Map

Market Manager


Amber L. Daugs, Chief Executive Officer
Grow It Forward, Inc
(920) 645-9467
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Saturday Market


  • 8:00 am - 2:00 pm May 6 to October 28
  • North of the Manitowoc Public Library along the Manitowoc River at the northeast corner of South Eighth and Quay Streets in Downtown Manitowoc. 
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Tuesday Market


  • 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm June 6 to October 31
  • Washington Park - 1115 Washington Street, Manitowoc
Washington Park Map

No Pets


Please leave your pets at home for the safety and health of all patrons especially families with small children, the elderly and for the pets themselves. Exceptions include: guide dogs, service dogs and signal dogs.

Resources


Local Harvest Farmers Market Directory
USDA Farmers Market Directory
Wisconsin Farmers Market Association

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