115 Toledo Street, Adrian, Michigan 49221, United States
The Downtown Adrian City Farmers Market is a collection of local farmers coming together to sell their goods to the local people. At the market there is something for everyone! Each week at the market there is fresh local vegetables, herbs, and cut-flowers. Visitors can also find seasonal fresh fruit like strawberries, raspberries, peaches, apples (and cider), pears etc. Throughout the year there are also many vendors selling their annual and perennial plants for home gardeners.
The downtown market also showcases the talents of area crafters! At the market you can find hand-woven socks, soaps, candles, wreaths, wood crafts, jewelery, and other crafts. But probably one of the tastiest reasons to visit the market is all the baked goods. Adrian Farmers Market has some of the best home made breads, pies, candy, cookies, and fudge anywhere! And last but not least you can find yourself a bunny, honey, fair-trade coffee, and canned jams at the market. One thing is for sure: each week there is always something new and fresh coming in from the vendors!
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