The Port Washington *Winter* Farmers’ Market
Freshness • Taste • Variety • Community Support • Live Music
Growing a healthy community!
Nov. 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd * No market on Nov. 29th
Dec. 6th, 13th, and 20th * No market on Dec. 27th
January 31st ~ February 28th ~ March 28th ~ April 25th ~ May 30th
The Port Washington Winter Farmers’ Market extends seasonal connections between food producers and artisans to consumers in hopes to meet a growing demand for year-round local food. Yes, even during a Wisconsin winter! The Port Washington Winter Farmers’ Market and First Congregational Church provides a warm, welcoming venue for visitors and locals alike to shop directly from local farmers and artisans in our historic city. You will find an array of vegetables, fruit, meat, farmstead cheeses and eggs, baked goods, herbs, locally-produced sorghum, maple syrup and honey, as well as other locally homemade and household products straight from area farmers, artisans and small, local businesses.
By directly connecting farmers and producers to local residents, the Port Washington Winter Farmers’ Market supports family farms and local businesses, preserves farm land, delivers fresh healthy produce and reduces the environmental effects that result from products traveling across the country. Working together with the community, we will only flourish into the future while continuing to bring the best of the country to the heart of the city.
So join us at the market and LIVE LOCAL!
You can learn more about what you will find at the Market in our Meet The Vendors series. Please plan to join us for the 4th season of the Port Washington Winter Farmers’ Market! The market is held on Saturdays, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Dates are listed above. Visit us (and Like Us!) on the Port Washington Winter Farmers’ Market Facebook page and see more photos!
Special thanks to Dave, the Two-bit Guru for the video!
The Port Washington Winter-Spring Farmer’s Market for the 2014-2015 season will once again be held at the fellowship hall of the 1st Congregational Church at 135 North Webster Street, which is just northwest of the Niederkorn Library.