Fresh Flowers, Produce, Honey, Eggs, and More! – This week at the Market – August 5th


The Open Air Market is open every?Friday?from?4 to 7 pm?on the Stockbridge Township Square. AND we have Gary Allen playing mellow jazz guitar from?5:30 to 7 pm?this week.? We have fruit, produce, honey, eggs, baked goods, crafts and art, PLUS fun… Where else can you get that for FREE. ?New vendors and home gardeners welcome.??See you there this week and every week through October. For more info. please call: Suzi?517-851-7437!

This week, we welcome Sandy’s Sew Terrific,?as our Featured Business of the Week, and thank Agile T Marketing?for their presence at last week’s market.

Pokemon GO and Armory Bike Union on tap this week at the market – July 22

Regular vendors of Beemer honey & eggs, and Suzi’s breads return to the market this week, along with Betty’s crafts and produce, and Pregitzer Farms and Son in Law products. Look for the Roost to return over the summer with fun repurposed antiques and auto parts. Larry Guenther plays for Market Music from 5:30 to 7 pm.

We have Armory Bike Union returning for bicycle sales and tune ups and Christine Landis is bringing POKEMON GO to the Market on July 29. Got extra produce – bring it to the Market. Call Suzi at 517-851-7437 for more info.

This week at the Market: July 15, 2016

The Open Air Market of Stockbridge this week features a look at the past with old Stockbridge High School and middle school yearbooks for perusing and for sale, plus gluten-free baked goods, frozen home grown chickens, honey, eggs, crafts, and fresh produce from 4 – 7 p.m. on Friday.? We’ll also have a jigsaw puzzle table for those who like puzzling in the outdoors! Our live Market Music is Judy Prohibitker and Friends from 5:30 to 7 pm.

Have extra produce in your garden you’d like to sell?? Give us a call this week at 517-851-8222 ext. 2 and ask for Jo–we’d love to have you join us!

BIKE FAIR comes to the Market! July 8, 2016

The Armory Bike Union will be at the Open Air Market this Friday to fix bikes, check for safety and have bikes for sale. Round up the kids and bicycles and come down from 4 to 7 pm. Market Music is Rick Brown & Jack Falk from 5:30 to 7 pm.

We are looking for more vendors, and need farmers or home gardeners with produce to sell. We have honey, eggs, baked goods, bread, pies and some crafts, but call Suzi and see if you are the fit we need. 517-851-7437