Just three more Saturdays for the outdoor Saline Farmers Market and then the market moves indoors at Liberty School. There is an abundance of fall and some summer produce as well as beautiful mums (lots of them) and delicious baked goods.
This week Kristie will be selling her warm and cozy mittens. Carola will have handmade German pretzels and buttery scones. Ed’s Bread will have delicious whole grain bread, hearty muffins and giant cookies. Stone Hearth Bakery has a big variety of breads, cookies and their special pepperoni rolls. Kyle, our meat vendor has a really nice variety of pork products including yummy sausage. Alex Karpo has the best pies in town…come early before he sells out. We still have a great variety of apples….have you canned or frozen you applesauce yet? Sweet honey is available as well as the best eggs anywhere and fresh roasted coffee beans.
Just remember, no matter how cold or rainy, the vendors will be at the market so jump in your car and come to the Saline Farmers Market…we will be waiting all bundled up (probably). Hopefully the sun will come out and shine on us.
Open Saturdays, 8am-noon, Downtown, S. Ann Arbor St., May-Oct.
For more information, call Nancy Crisp at 734 429-3518 or email [email protected] or visit our website at www.cityofsaline.org/farmersmarket