Saturday, May 22, 2021

 Williamston’s Eastern Ingham Famers Market continues this Sunday, May 23

The Eastern Ingham Farmers Market in Williamston held its Opening Day last Sunday, May 16, in McCormick Park’s parking lot, and it was a record-shattering success with over 750 visitors and 27 vendors. The Market continues its theme this week: “Bring a Friend to the Market” on Sunday, May 23rd.

There will be a more than 20 farmers and artisans selling native plants for gardens, asparagus, rhubarb, cheese, eggs, pastries, coffee, kettle corn, doll clothes, cookies, honey, beeswax products, maple syrup, salsas, sauces and pickles, bread, cut flowers, beef, pork, poultry, soap, fudge, and crafts, BBQ, grape leaves and baklava, as well as pies, muffins, cupcakes, tea blends and handmade stationery.

The Market layout promotes one-way pedestrian traffic to minimize congestion, and there will not be live entertainment or special activities for children until later in the season. Bring your returnable bottles and cans to support the Market's popular fundraiser.

The Farmers Market is again accepting payments from the various food assistance programs: SNAP, Double-up Food Bucks and Senior Fresh.

For more information, to be added to the newsletter email list, to volunteer on Sundays or to donate to the Market, visit the Market website, visit the Facebook page or contact Market Manager Tom Cary (via phone 616-916-9823 or email:

Spring Plant Sale Fundraiser Benefits Eastern Ingham Farmers Market in Williamston

For the month of May, Sowing Growth, the non-profit organization that operates the Eastern Ingham Farmers Market in Williamston, is selling beautiful flowering plants to benefit the Market while supplies last.

Order online or by phone any Friday in May before 5pm and come pick up your purchase at the Market the following Sunday between 10am and 2pm. See the details at > shop which are also in their brochure or call Carol Grainger to place your order at 517-449-7832.

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