At The Market This Week, June 4:

The Open Air Market of Stockbridge is on the Town Square: June 4 from 4 to 7 p.m.

This week, your hometown market will have bedding and vegetable plants, frozen meats, cheese, honey, eggs, maple syrup, jams, bread, pies, baked goods, fresh dried herbs, artisan soaps, candles, herbal sprays, art and kettle corn!

Market Music is from 5:30 to 7 p.m. with long-time favorite, Mark Sandstrom. Don’t forget to bring your own chair!

Meet us at the Market and remember to practice safety!

For more info, call Suzi: 517-851-7437.

At the market this week:

Asparagus arrives, rhubarb remains, and plants abound! We will have bedding, vegetable and herb plants, hanging baskets. Frozen chicken and pork, cooking lard, eggs, honey, jam, maple syrup, bread, baked goods, pies, and fresh dried herbs. Soap, candles, herbal sprays and lotions, art, baskets and Kettle Corn! Liberty String Band plays Market Music 5:30 to 7 p.m. New photos!!

Photo by Jo Mayer – Paul Crandall (left) Jack Falk (centre) and Michael Fouts singing back up to The Band’s “The Weight.”
Market Music Alex and Tom Radloff played many favorites.
Photo by Jo Mayer – Mama Mary’s Herbs
Photo by Jo Mayer – Kermit’s Pad. Kevin Heim’s beautiful hanging baskets.


The following vendors will be there Opening Day:

Heim Gardens, Shafer Family Farm frozen meats, Travka Herbals, Beemer
honey, eggs and jam, Mama Mary fresh dried herbs and oils, Suzi’s bread,
pies and more, Samuel’s soaps and candles, ParaPara Creamery cheeses,
Genei maple syrup, Basket’s by Kathleen, Great Lakes Bakery, Whimsical
Art by Carolyn, and Pregitzer Farms. Kettle

Corn will back the next week, and Betty will be returning soon too.

SOAM Is Going Indoors For The Winter

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Is Going Indoors for the Winter 2019!

We will be in the First Presbyterian Church CE Building, 101 S. Center in Stockbridge

11 am to 3 pm on Saturdays

January 12, February 9, March 9 and April 13

Vendors will include Cheese, Honey, Baskets, Bread and Baked Goods, Chocolates, Homemade Soaps and Candles, Art and Woodworking, Hot Sauces and Relishes, Eggs and Fresh Farm Produce.

Presbyterian Women’s Soup, Salad and Sandwich Luncheon will be served during the market.

Local Musicians from Noon to 2pm  

For more info, call Suzi 517-851-7437