Marlette Farmers Market

September 30 2022 Craft & Vintage Show at the Market
Extended hours 11AM-6PM Food trucks, Vintage Items, Crafts, Baked Goods & more! Get your Christmas Shopping done early with one of a kind crafts! Gift wrapping available for items bought at the market. 

Accepting crafters, farmers, antique/vintage and bakers until Tuesday, September 27. Download Application & Vendor Rules

 Market days are Fridays, May 20th through September 30th from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Our market complies with all current COVID protocols for your safety.

Our market features locally grown fruits and vegetables; locally raised meat and eggs; homemade baked goods including bread and sweet treats like cupcakes and cookies; handmade crafts; and local food trucks. 

Our market accepts SNAP (Bridge Card) and gives tokens that can be spent at the produce, fruit, syrup, meat, eggs, honey, jams, and baked good vendors. PLUS, we participate in the Double Up Food Bucks program, which gives you TWICE the value so you can purchase more fresh local food from your SNAP benefits. We also accept WIC Project Fresh and Senior Project Fresh coupons for allowable items. (Sorry, Food Truck purchases are not allowed with these programs.) 

We are seeking vendors for the 2022 season! Always accepting fresh produce and fruit growers, nursery and flowers, vegetable plants, frozen meat and poultry, handcrafted items, products made with local fibers, handmade masks, food trucks, cottage foods, baked goods, homemade soaps and beauty products, and upcycled crafts. We've had lots of requests for more flowers and plants, meat, dairy, prepared foods like barbeque sauces, and handcrafted farmhouse style décor, silk flower arrangements, and seasonal home décor. Download and fill out and submit the two forms below to apply for your spot.

Questions can be answered by emailing or calling 989-635-7448 and asking for the Market Manager.

 Vendor Application, Rules of the Market, and other necessary forms are linked below:

-2022 Farmer's Market Application

-2022 Farmer's Market Vendor Rules