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Leisure Services Director

Debbie Bilbrey-Honsowetz
1150 Canton Center S.

Recreation: 734/394-5460
Parks: 734/394-5310
Administration: 734/394-5360
Fax: 734/394-5366

leisure@canton-mi.org

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Canton Leisure Services is the recipient of the 2008 National Recreation and Park Association Gold Medal Award

 

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Preservation Park, 500 North Ridge Road
Canton, MI 48188

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Phone: 734/394-5375
Fax: 734/394-5475

cantonfarmersmarket@
canton-mi.org

Farmers Market
Sundays, May 18-October 19
(closed July 6)
9 am - 1 pm

 

What's New at the Market - September 21, 2014

Proud Member of the Michigan Farmers Market Association
  • Entertainment: Ryan Brake, 9:30am-12:30pm
  • Master Gardener Volunteers: Plant Swap Fall is a great time to clean up the garden and divide your perennials. You can bring your divided plants to the Master Gardner tent at the Farmers Market and exchange them for something new. Healthy plants should be in a container/bag and labeled with the plant name and bloom color.
  • Ghost Stories tickets are available in the white pole barn on Sundays at the Market. The Ghost Stories event takes place October 18, 6-7:30pm in the Cady-Boyer Barn. Tickets are $10 per family (household) and $4 for an individual. Ghost Stories will be told by Spellbinder, (a.k.a. Judge Ron Lowe) and are recommended for ages 8 to 88. Cider and donuts are included in the ticket price. All proceeds benefit the Canton Historical Society.

Michigan Goods Available:

Produce & Plants: apples, garlic, corn, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, peppers, melons, garlic, summer strawberries, summer squash, blueberries, raspberries, spinach, kale, broccoli, scallions, cherries, nectarines, peaches, herbs, bok choy & a variety of Asian produce, cauliflower, cabbage, greens, lettuce, radish, potato, chard, onion, turnip, leeks, arugula, mums, hay bales, pumpkins, cut flowers & more.

Food: apple cider, honey, dressings, sauces, marinades, frozen falafel, pasties, conventional & grass fed meat, farm eggs, baked goods, artisan cheese & bread, jams, kettle corn, dog treats & more.

Hand Crafted Goods: hand crafted soap, jewelry, mittens made from recycled wool sweaters, personalized table ware and bins, personal care & household products, aromatherapy & more.

Farmer's Market
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Lunch at the Market

Rolling Stoves

Vendors news:

  • Don't miss Biggby Coffee on the porch serving coffee & iced coffee drinks!
  • New: The Green Mittenry (wool mittens made from recycled sweaters)
  • Returning: Michigan Garlic, Farmington SoapWorks, Classique Gifts & Bakes, UP Pasties, Terracotta Paste (personal/household products & aromatherapy), Kelley's Kreations (personalized table top items and bins) and Paw-la's Pantry (dog treats).

Know your farmer. Know your food!

Each week, look for food safety tips, MDA, USDA & Canton Farmers Market guidelines or a farmers/vendor highlight so you can be aware while shopping at the Market!

  • Does an egg producer selling shell eggs at the farmers market need to keep those eggs refrigerated?

    There are no specific requirements for egg producers selling directly to a consumer or a first receiver. Maintaining eggs at 45°F for safety, cleaning eggs and packing eggs in clean, properly labeled containers is recommended. Distributors of farm eggs are required to keep the eggs refrigerated.

    At the Market, Parran's Farm sells their own eggs, Pure Pastures sells eggs from a local farmer and Boyer also sells their own eggs.

Double Up your Food Bucks at the Canton Farmers MarketComing Soon:

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