Get ready for the Farmers Market
The Farmers Market Manager Debbye Hartwig is pictured here with her husband Jim. Photo by:
It is the Mukwonago Area Chamber's pleasure to introduce you to our Farmers Market Manager Debbye Hartwig, along with her husband Jim. You will be greeted by this lovely couple at the Mukwonago Area Farmers Market, on Wednesdays, at Field Park.
"We would like to invite everyone to come out and visit the Mukwonago Area Farmers Market located on Highways NN and 83, every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. A wonderful experience for the entire family. We look forward to meeting you!" said Debbye.
About the market
The Mukwonago Area Farmer's Market has a new time, but is still on the same day in the same location.
From 3 to 7 p.m. May 29-Oct. 9 at Field Park, guests can enjoy shopping for local and fresh foods.
Food vendors include Scott's Dog House and The Grist Mill/Chef To Order.
The market will also feature:
·Fruits and vegetables (harvested in season.)
·Herbs, annuals, perennials and cut flowers
·Fresh bakery, eggs and meats
·Honey, salad dressing, salsa, jams and jellies
·Apple cider and kettle corn
·Handmade soaps and body products
·Yard- and garden-related items
The market is sponsored by ProHealth Care. For more information, contact the Chamber at (262) 363-7758 or go to www.mukwonagochamber.org.
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