Wisconsin’s Winter Farmers’ Markets
Last Updated: 3/11/2014
Wisconsin’s winter farmers’ markets are bursting with farm-fresh goodness and unique seasonal offerings this time of the year. So if you’re looking for delicious locally grown fare, you won’t want to miss these great winter farmers’ markets and all they have to offer.
Hit Appleton’s City Center Plaza for this fabulous indoor farmers’ market. Check out 40+ vendors selling seasonal produce and free-range hormone-free meats, all while enjoying unique tasty nibbles like egg rolls, popcorn and fudge. Open Saturdays through March from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Come spend some quality time at the Madison Senior Center. Enjoy the “Taste of Market” breakfast showcasing products from market vendors, then shop for organic meats, cheeses, produce, bakery and specialty items. Open Saturdays through April from 8:30 a.m. – noon.
This European-style market is fun for the whole family. Learn new culinary skills from chef demonstrations, kick up your heels to live music and come out smelling like a rose with locally crafted soaps and fresh flowers. Open Saturdays through Memorial Day weekend from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
This bustling urban indoor farmers’ market makes its mission to increase access to local farmers and encourage sustainable agriculture. Stroll under one large roof to choose from a huge selection of locally grown produce, herbs, meats and dairy, as well as seasonal jams, maple syrup and flour. Open Saturdays through April from 8 a.m. – noon.
This charming winter farmers’ market is held in Sheboygan’s First Congregational Church. Offering fresh items such as apples, a variety of cheeses, various meats and soups, you can even satisfy your sweet tooth with local honey and Greek pastries. Open every 1st and 3rd Saturday through May from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Did you know that Viroqua is the center of one of the greatest organic farming regions of the United States? And in winter, you can still enjoy all that their local farmers have to offer at this cozy European-style market. Open Saturdays through April from 8 a.m. – noon.
Looking for more Wisconsin farmers market adventures this spring and summer? Check out this comprehensive list of what’s coming up in the months ahead.This entry was posted in Farmers' Markets