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7:00 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!
Gracias’ Greenhouse is a third generation farm that has been coming to Ann Arbor Market for 58 years. This November they will have succulents, grave blankets, and huge Christmas wreaths at the market. You can find them on the corner next to the bell tower, with plenty of holiday decorations made from winter greens.
Daren Otis loves color and has always loved fabric. She made fabric bags since she was a teenager and later turned that into a business. In 1989 she began coming to Market, where she says, “Dozens and dozens of wonderful people have become customers and kept me in business for almost three decades.”
Tom and Kathy Shurmur grow basic herbs used in everyday cooking: basil, parsley, sage, cilantro, and dill. Dehydrated tomatoes, garlic powder and garlic salt round out the selections. They also grow loofas, a unique crop and quite versatile to use for bathing, washing dishes, or any type of mildly abrasive scrubbing. The Shurmurs practice vermiculture, and sell worm castings and worm casting tea bags which are very beneficial for the garden.
Sons and Daughters features unique pumpkins and gourds that look like they came out of a fairytale story. The owner, Mary Ann, also sells high quality soaps made from top shelf ingredients. New this year, she has Kumata tomatoes, which are very sweet and full of flavor.
Dennis Sparr can be found every Wednesday and Saturday knee deep in cut flowers at the corner entrance to the Market off of Detroit St. This fall look for his hardy mums, roses, and cut lilies. Visit their store in Plymouth, too.
Raan and Julie Rabinovitz of Tasty Bakery offer delicious gluten free baked goods, as well as vegan and dairy free options. Visit their nearby store, located at 416 Huron St, if you just can’t wait until market day for one of their intense fudge brownies, or half moon peanut butter cookies.
Pasta lovers look out for Pasta Pat from the Pasta Shop. She offers several flavors of ravioli, linguini, fettuccini, gnocci and pasta. You can also find their products at Eastern Market in Detroit.
Wasem Fruit Farm is a full time working family farm and one of Ann Arbor Farmer Market’s most long-term vendors. Look for their pears, apples, jam and donuts this November. Spruce up your Thanksgiving with winterberry (a type of holly native to Michigan), curly willow (curly corkscrew branches), or their homemade cider.
Mary Wolfe started out with 25 fruit trees. Years later, she has over 25 acres in orchard and berry production. Mary describes it as a “Hobby that got out of hand.” Lucky for us! This October Wolfe Orchard will have apples, pears, raspberries and cider.
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.
Guest Chef Cooking Demos
May – October
3rd Wednesday each month
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
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).