Milwaukee, Wisconsin (AP) – Milwaukee Public Market is offering a farmers market this week for the first time in nearly 10 years.
The Market will open at 5 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 1, at the intersection of Milwaukee and Madison avenues.
It will be free.
More than 20 vendors will be participating.
It is a unique opportunity to interact with local producers and to learn about local food, the Market’s marketing plan said.
Marketers will be able to learn more about the market and offer tips for the farmer’s market, including tips for selecting products and the types of products available.MCP is working to expand the farm-to-table food market to a bigger scale in the future.
The market is open to farmers, grocers, food processors, meat producers, dairy producers and other vendors, according to the marketing plan.