News from the Farmers Market - 2020

 

Come support local farmers!
Find us starting 6/24 at Greenville Town Hall. 

Please be mindful of social distancing. Vendors will handle all transactions, including selecting and bagging items. Crafts, produce, and hot food are available.

 

2020 applications and updated market policies have already been sent out. Returning vendors, please check your e-mail and voice messages for important updates.

 

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Wednesdays, starting May 27, 2020,  until October 7, 2020 
from 3 pm until 7 pm. After Labor Day we will close at dusk. 
Location: Greenville Town Hall (
W6860 Parkview Drive).
 

The market has moved! Thank you to the Town of Greenville for giving us a new home.

 

Due to COVID-19, we are expecting around 20-25 vendors this year with the traditional farmer's market goodies such as freshly grown fruits, veggies, and herbs along with traditional Hmong egg rolls, arts, and crafts.

 

We will not have any special entertainment this year. Consider stopping out in support of small, local vendors instead! Please follow our Facebook page for current news.

 

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Those vendors who have submitted their application and paid their fees are eligible to participate.  We want to make this market affordable to our vendors and we are offering one of the lowest cost markets in the area to those of you that wish to join.  Scroll down below to see the policy statement and the application.

2020 Farmers Market Policy
Farmers Market Policies 2020.doc
Microsoft Word document [38.0 KB]

Vendors:  Download and print, then submit your application to the address within.

2020 Vendor Application Form
Farmers Market Application 2020.docx
Microsoft Word document [65.4 KB]

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Greenville, WI 54942

 

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