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8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
315 Detroit St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
With over 100 vendors at the Ann Arbors Market, we are excited to highlight a different set of vendors each month!
Denise Kleiner of Blue Heron Pottery creates and sells original and functional pottery pieces made of white stoneware and hand-mixed glazes. At her stand you will find cups, plates, bowls, oil cruets, platters, vases, teapots, tea cups, sugar & creamers, butter dishes, honey pots and more, each of which are unique and individually crafted.
Café Japon, owned and operated by Miyoko Honma since 2007, offers fresh and authentic French baked goods at the market. Miyoko studied at the International Culinary Center and also interned at Café Boulud and Bouley in New York. She was initially inspired to bring the perfect baguette to Ann Arbor, and since then she has provided area residents and businesses with quality French/Asian fusion foods, breads and pastries.
Carol Scott has been an Ann Arbor Farmers Market artisan vendor for 26 years. She makes a lot of clothes and accessories for children. Using various cloths and needlework, all of her products are made through sewing. Some of her products include dresses, coats, capes, and witch hats for children and American Girl Dolls. Even though her products are mostly for children, she has capes and hand knit hats for adults as well. It’s always a pleasure to see Carol at Market – she was awarded the Vendors Choice Award in 1999!
Green Things is a diversified vegetable farm that has been farming year-round since 2011. They grow various certified organic fruits and vegetables including carrots, arugula, herbs, and lettuce, and more. Along with growing organic food, they grow a diverse variety of flowers and also raise grass fed cattle. Their goal is to tread lightly on this precious earth.
Lavender on the Lane, owned and operated by Cheryl Navarre, makes a variety of unique lavender items such as fresh & dried lavender, lavender sachets, lavender wreathes, lavender wands, lavender mist, lavender spa products, and mesmerizing photographs of her fields. You can’t miss her stand, as the smell of lavender and beautiful purple hues of her products will certainly draw you in.
Since 1991, Judy Snider has been dedicated to growing plants and making customers happy. She tries her best to give her customers what they want. She specializes in hostas, lenten roses, caesalpinias, ferns, and more. Moreover, around 60% of her plants are native.
Sansonetti Sauces produces high quality Michigan made gourmet sauces, dressings and vinaigrettes in their gluten free and peanut free professional kitchen. Try their award winning roasted red pepper mustard, or choose from a wide variety.
Stephen Kinnard is an artisan vendor at the market who sells a variety of his works to help give your home or business a special charm. He sells prints, matted and framed prints, as well as notecards.
Check back each month for a new set of vendors!
May - October
5:00 - 8:00 PM
Trucks, carts and other local vendors will be on site. Bring a chair, a friend and get ready for some tasty eats and live music.
Featuring fresh bread baked daily, seasonal vegetables, and house-made ingredients, Ginger Deli strives to capture the authentic, vivid flavors of traditional Vietnamese fare with its own splash of style and innovation. Their goal is to make accessible to as many people as possible nourishing, fresh food that is both inspired and inspiring.
11:00 AM -1:00 PM
Guest Chef Cooking Demo
June’s Guest Chef:
Nikolas Bardt from Fustinis Oils and Vinegars
Check the events calendar for all the current happenings at the market… Kids activities, food demos, live music & more!
315 Detroit St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Bike racks are located at the edges of the market along Detroit Street.
There are several public parking lots and garages within walking distance of the market. Parking garages are located at Ann and Ashley and 4th and Washington streets. Metered parking is available at 4th and Catherine, Ann and Main, and 1st and Huron streets.
The market is just four blocks from the Blake Transit Center (stops for routes 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12A,12B, 15 and 16).