With local, fresh and tasty foods and creative and unique crafts to browse on a nice fall night, why wouldn't you stop by the Farmers' Market? This Thursday is the last day of the season to enjoy the Kalamazoo Night Farmers' Market. 

 

The Kalamazoo Farmer's Market at Washington Square Park is a great stop on a night stroll through downtown. It has been open at nights since June, but this Thursday is your last chance to attend the evening fun. You can come out to enjoy live music, local food and a lot of fun under the lights of the market. If you are new to the Farmer Market scene, you'll be happy to hear that all vendors that are a part of the Farmers' Market are local, and could be your next door neighbor.

 

With over 65 local vendors presenting their goods at the market, you can get your mouth watering for delicious baked goods from places like The Victorian Bakery. Their cinnamon rolls and scones are to die for! You could even be a part of supporting fair trade farms and grab a cup of cold brew coffee from Mamlaleelu Cold Brew LLC. This will help you get your caffeine fix for a night on the town.  If you're coming with a 21 and up crowd, you can get access to the fundraiser bar in the center of the market that features some delicious brews and drinks. The fundraiser bar supports the Fair Food Matters movement, which exists "to serve the community as a resource to educate about food issues relating to health, environmental responsibility, and social justice." You'll never feel so good about stopping by the Farmers' Market.

 

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About The Kalamazoo Night Farmers' Market

  • What: Come out to a Farmers' Market at night and enjoy live music, local food and a lot of fun under the lights of the market.
  • When: Thursday, Oct. 15 from 6 - 10 p.m.
  • Where: Washington Square Market at 1204 Bank Street
    Kalamazoo, MI 49001

 

No matter your reason for stopping by, you don't want to miss out on the last chance to visit this year's Kalamazoo Night Farmers' Market. What has been your favorite vendor at a Farmers' Market? What are you going to shop for this Thursday? Tell us in the comments and spread the word!