Cream City Caramels & Confections

Makers of Buttery-Delicious Sweet & Salty Handcrafted Caramels

For more than thirty years we've been making caramels for friends and family. Now they are available to everyone! We use the finest ingredients, sourced locally whenever possible, to handcraft our Sweet and Salty Caramels in a variety of flavors. You'll enjoy their melt-in-your-mouth buttery goodness and smooth creamy texture. Our caramels are soft and creamy, not hard and chewy. 

Jun
23
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jun
23
6:00 PM18:00

Midsummer Magic

Midsummer Magic

This popular annual event features music, food, beverages, an auction, raffle and more! Tickets are required.

Stroll the village at Old World Wisconsin on a beautiful summer evening while sampling wine, beer, coffee, sodas, cheese, meat, sweets, etc. from over 40 of the area's best gourmet eateries, wineries and breweries.

While you're enjoying delicious samples, sing along or dance to live music on four different stages and bid on unique items at the large silent auction and raffle.

Detailed information on the vendors, entertainment and online registration will be posted closer to the event.

Crossroads Village at Old World Wisconsin, W372 S9727 Hwy 67, Eagle, WI

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Jun
30
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jul
7
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jul
8
9:00 AM09:00

Faire on the Green

Faire on the Green

Visit the Paine Art Center and Gardens on Sunday, July 8 and experience the largest art and craft fair of the summer in Oshkosh. From photography and jewelry to watercolors and pottery, the creations of more than 100 artists and craftspeople are showcased. In addition, the Corner Market features unique antiques, imported and retail items. The free event also includes a variety of fair food for sale as well as live entertainment.

Paine Art Center & Gardens, 1410 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI

 

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Jul
14
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jul
17
11:00 AM11:00

Third Tuesday Market at Summit Place

Third Tuesday Market

Summit Place will be hosting a market on the third Tuesday of every month.  The THIRD TUESDAY MARKET is scheduled from 11:00-2:00PM in the atrium. Each month we will be looking at adding or changing some of the vendors out to make this a unique experience every time.

Summit Place Office Complex, 6737 W Washington St, West Allis, Wisconsin

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Jul
19
5:00 PM17:00

Bazaar After Dark - Neenah

Bazaar After Dark - Neenah

Bazaar After Dark, the Fox Cities' very own night market, is going to spend one hot, summer night on South Commercial Street in Neenah - and you're invited!

Bazaar After Dark (a program of Pulse Young Professionals Networkand Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce) is dedicated to revitalizing and drawing positive attention to underutilized business districts in the Fox Valley, while fostering community collaborations through art, music, and common experiences.

Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce is partnering with City of Neenah, Wisconsin Government, Fox Valley Food Truck Rally, and Fox Cities Habitat for Humanity to celebrate their ‘Rock the Block’ neighborhood build in Neenah this Fall.

What is Bazaar After Dark?
We’re a welcoming, inclusive, family friendly street market that will transform your once familiar community from dusk into darkness; a weird and wonderful temporary marketplace that will make you smile (and maybe dance) under the dim glow of Edison bulbs. Whether you seek fresh food, live art, firebreathers, body painters, local businesses, live music, Wisconsin makers, or just a casual place to grab a beer with your dog, we’ve got you covered.

S. Commercial Street in Neenah, between Wright Ave. & Alcott Dr.



 

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Jul
21
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jul
26
4:00 PM16:00

The Bodega at Breese Stevens Field

The Bodega at Breese Stevens Field

The Bodega, a free public market, returns to historic Breese Stevens Field. A growing variety within our vendor lineup, an increased investment in entertainment and a wide variety of food carts will highlight the 2018 series.

The Bodega features farmers, artisans, antique dealers, and craftsmen selling locally sourced goods and produce. Far from an average farmers market, The Bodega will also feature live music, new interactive displays, a 60’ inflatable zip line and free yard games to ensure a family-friendly event for all. A wide variety of local beers and wine will also be available for purchase.

Breese Stevens Field, 917 E Mifflin St, Madison, WI

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Jul
26
5:00 PM17:00

A Taste of Germantown

A Taste of Germantown

“It was way bigger than we ever dreamed it would be,” said Carol Miller, a Germantown Kiwanis Club member in charge of the event last year. “We’ve been promoting this event for four years now, and it looks like it really took off this year.”

A Taste of Germantown is the a community event that the Germantown Kiwanis started four years ago to raise money for their ambitious project, the Gehl Foods Performing Arts Pavilion. It  is a time for all Germantown residents to enjoy food and fun as local restaurants and eateries present some of their fine fair, and local entertainment groups show off Germantown’s talents.

Gehl's Performing Arts Pavilion, Fireman's Park, Germantown Wi

 

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Jul
28
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Aug
1
9:00 AM09:00

Loon Day

Loon Day

Over 250 Art & Craft Exhibits, Flea Market, Sidewalk & Bake Sale, Live Music, Barbershop Chorus, World Famous Loon Calling Contest, Raffles, Food, Refreshments, Street Dance on July 31st, Family Fun for Everyone!

Downtown Mercer, WI

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Aug
2
9:00 AM09:00

After Loon Delight

After Loon Delight

Continue the celebration after Mercer’s Loon Day in Minocqua on Thursday, August 2, 2018 with the After Loon Delight Craft Show. The show fills the upper and beach levels of Torpy Park on Lake Minocqua from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

More than 100 exhibitors setup rain or shine and sell a wide variety of unique handcrafted items. The artisans and craftsmen featured at the show are selected for their handmade craftsmanship and artistic talents. You will see original artwork, pottery, jewelry, tapestries, clothing, photography, wood creations, leather goods and more. Live music and food concessions add to the delightful atmosphere.

Torpy Park, 806 US-51, Minocqua, WI

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Aug
4
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Aug
9
6:00 PM18:00

Madison Night Market

Madison Night Market

The Madison Night Market is a celebration of Madison’s unique and inspiring creative culture.

Vendors showcase handmade products, local art, artisan gifts, prepackaged foods and fresh produce. The event includes live music, artists,  special visiting food carts and pop-up restaurant experiences.

There will be 4 markets! The 2018 Markets will be held the 2nd Thursday of the Months of May, June, August & September.  Everyone is invited to come celebrate all things Madison.

Gilman Street, Downtown, Madison, WI

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Aug
11
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Aug
15
5:00 PM17:00

NEWaukee Night Market

NEWaukee Night Market

NEWaukee’s Night Market is a collision of all Milwaukee has to offer. The Night Market is a free, open-air market that offers a wide variety of experiences for people of all backgrounds and ages. The Night Market features a mash up of art, craft and food vendors, live art creation, local music and a beer garden with a goal to create a free, vibrant, safe and interactive place in downtown Milwaukee for people to experience culture at night. By visiting the Night Market you not only contribute to the local economy, but you are part of the solution to a revitalization of West Wisconsin Ave! 

Wisconsin Avenue between 2nd and 4th Streets, Downtown Milwaukee, WI

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Aug
18
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Aug
18
10:00 AM10:00

Lake Geneva Jaycees Venetian Festival Arts & Crafts Fair

Lake Geneva Jaycees Venetian Festival Arts & Crafts Fair

The Lake Geneva Jaycees Arts & Crafts Fair is held annually at beautiful Library Park just west of downtown Lake Geneva along the lakefront.  Over 100 artists and craftspeople from all over the USA sell unique items at this FREE weekend event

Library Park – Geneva Lake Front Main Street – Hwy 50 West

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Aug
19
9:00 AM09:00

Milton House Arts & Crafts on the Lawn

Milton House Arts & Crafts on the Lawn

Established in 1838, Milton was a community ahead of its time. Founded on progressive ideals, the community was known for its abolitionist mindset and belief in social equality.

The Milton House has the distinction of being the last, certified Underground Railroad Station in Wisconsin that can be toured. 

Held the 3rd Sunday of every August, an authentic arts and crafts marketplace is held on our campus. Its a Milton tradition dating back over 40 years that is free to the public.

Milton House, 18 S Janesville St, Milton, WI

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Aug
19
10:00 AM10:00

Lake Geneva Jaycees Venetian Festival Arts & Crafts Fair

Lake Geneva Jaycees Venetian Festival Arts & Crafts Fair

The Lake Geneva Jaycees Arts & Crafts Fair is held annually at beautiful Library Park just west of downtown Lake Geneva along the lakefront.  Over 100 artists and craftspeople from all over the USA sell unique items at this FREE weekend event

Library Park – Geneva Lake Front Main Street – Hwy 50 West

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Aug
21
11:00 AM11:00

Third Tuesday Market at Summit Place

Third Tuesday Market

Summit Place will be hosting a market on the third Tuesday of every month.  The THIRD TUESDAY MARKET is scheduled from 11:00-2:00PM in the atrium. Each month we will be looking at adding or changing some of the vendors out to make this a unique experience every time.

Summit Place Office Complex, 6737 W Washington St, West Allis, Wisconsin

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Aug
25
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Aug
26
9:00 AM09:00

Wade House Annual Arts & Crafts Fair

Wade House Annual Arts & Crafts Fair

Artisans and craftspeople from across Wisconsin come to Wade House to display and sell their wares at one of the most longstanding fairs of its kind in eastern Wisconsin. There is something for everyone at this lively family event on the tree-line grounds of the Wade House Historic Site.

Some of the regions' best artists and craftsmen will exhibit at this fair and employ a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media, printmaking, jewelry, fiber art, glass, wood, leather, metal and photography. 

This outdoor celebration of the arts also features good food with a wide range of culinary delights.

Wade House, W7965 State Hwy 23, Greenbush, WI

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Sep
1
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Sep
8
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

Trimborn Farm Harvest of Art & Crafts

Trimborn Farm Harvest of Art & Crafts

Currently in its 36th year, this annual event is an opportunity for people to browse quality art and crafts while also enjoying the beautiful Trimborn Farm Park. All exhibitors at Harvest are chosen by a panel of judges for their originality of design and quality of craft. From wearable art and holiday decorations to flawlessly detailed jewelry, paintings, and sculpture, Trimborn Harvest features some of the most exceptional hand-crafted work in the Midwest.

Limited visitor parking will be available on-site, with a shuttle bus available every 20 minutes, picking up and dropping off at Southridge Mall, near Macy’s. Look for the signs!

Trimborn Farm, 8881 W Grange Avenue, Greendale  WI

 

 

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Sep
9
10:00 AM10:00

Trimborn Farm Harvest of Art & Crafts

Trimborn Farm Harvest of Art & Crafts

Currently in its 36th year, this annual event is an opportunity for people to browse quality art and crafts while also enjoying the beautiful Trimborn Farm Park. All exhibitors at Harvest are chosen by a panel of judges for their originality of design and quality of craft. From wearable art and holiday decorations to flawlessly detailed jewelry, paintings, and sculpture, Trimborn Harvest features some of the most exceptional hand-crafted work in the Midwest.

Limited visitor parking will be available on-site, with a shuttle bus available every 20 minutes, picking up and dropping off at Southridge Mall, near Macy’s. Look for the signs!

Trimborn Farm, 8881 W Grange Avenue, Greendale  WI

 

 

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Sep
12
5:00 PM17:00

NEWaukee Night Market

NEWaukee Night Market

NEWaukee’s Night Market is a collision of all Milwaukee has to offer. The Night Market is a free, open-air market that offers a wide variety of experiences for people of all backgrounds and ages. The Night Market features a mash up of art, craft and food vendors, live art creation, local music and a beer garden with a goal to create a free, vibrant, safe and interactive place in downtown Milwaukee for people to experience culture at night. By visiting the Night Market you not only contribute to the local economy, but you are part of the solution to a revitalization of West Wisconsin Ave! 

Wisconsin Avenue between 2nd and 4th Streets, Downtown Milwaukee, WI

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Sep
13
6:00 PM18:00

Madison Night Market

Madison Night Market

The Madison Night Market is a celebration of Madison’s unique and inspiring creative culture.

Vendors showcase handmade products, local art, artisan gifts, prepackaged foods and fresh produce. The event includes live music, artists,  special visiting food carts and pop-up restaurant experiences.

There will be 4 markets! The 2018 Markets will be held the 2nd Thursday of the Months of May, June, August & September.  Everyone is invited to come celebrate all things Madison.

Gilman Street, Downtown, Madison, WI

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Sep
15
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

Holy Hill Art Farm

Holy Hill Art Farm

Explore the treasures of local artists, farmers and collectors. Meet the Market Folks. See their work and talk with them about custom work.  Go back to the basics... Sit and enjoy coffee, hot sandwiches, soup, bakery and other refreshments.  Check out the new Grainery Bar.  Have a Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Sangria.  Bring family and friends to enjoy the live musicians, shop, relax.  Always Free Parking and Admission.

4958 Holy Hill Rd, Hubertus, WI

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Sep
16
9:00 AM09:00

Holy Hill Art Farm

Holy Hill Art Farm

Explore the treasures of local artists, farmers and collectors. Meet the Market Folks. See their work and talk with them about custom work.  Go back to the basics... Sit and enjoy coffee, hot sandwiches, soup, bakery and other refreshments.  Check out the new Grainery Bar.  Have a Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Sangria.  Bring family and friends to enjoy the live musicians, shop, relax.  Always Free Parking and Admission.

4958 Holy Hill Rd, Hubertus, WI

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Sep
16
9:00 AM09:00

Holy Hill Art Farm

Holy Hill Art Farm

Explore the treasures of local artists, farmers and collectors. Meet the Market Folks. See their work and talk with them about custom work.  Go back to the basics... Sit and enjoy coffee, hot sandwiches, soup, bakery and other refreshments.  Check out the new Grainery Bar.  Have a Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Sangria.  Bring family and friends to enjoy the live musicians, shop, relax.  Always Free Parking and Admission.

4958 Holy Hill Rd, Hubertus, WI

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Sep
18
11:00 AM11:00

Third Tuesday Market at Summit Place

Third Tuesday Market

Summit Place will be hosting a market on the third Tuesday of every month.  The THIRD TUESDAY MARKET is scheduled from 11:00-2:00PM in the atrium. Each month we will be looking at adding or changing some of the vendors out to make this a unique experience every time.

Summit Place Office Complex, 6737 W Washington St, West Allis, Wisconsin

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Sep
20
4:00 PM16:00

The Bodega at Breese Stevens Field

The Bodega at Breese Stevens Field

The Bodega, a free public market, returns to historic Breese Stevens Field. A growing variety within our vendor lineup, an increased investment in entertainment and a wide variety of food carts will highlight the 2018 series.

The Bodega features farmers, artisans, antique dealers, and craftsmen selling locally sourced goods and produce. Far from an average farmers market, The Bodega will also feature live music, new interactive displays, a 60’ inflatable zip line and free yard games to ensure a family-friendly event for all. A wide variety of local beers and wine will also be available for purchase.

Breese Stevens Field, 917 E Mifflin St, Madison, WI

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Sep
22
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Sep
29
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Oct
6
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Oct
6
9:00 AM09:00

Cranberry Fest

Cranberry Fest

Arts and crafts, cranberry food sales, a bakery, entertainment, Cranberry Fest Souvenirs, fitness events and more. With more than 40,000 people attending the festival annually, this event is one of the highlights of the fall season in Eagle River.

While you are at Cranberry Fest, check out the food tent where you will find soups, cranberry brats, char-broiled chicken sandwiches and much more.  Then visit the Information Headquarters tent where you can purchase fresh cranberry bakery goods and event souvenirs.  Don’t forget to save room for our famous World’s Largest Cranberry Cheesecake and support the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

How about taking home some fresh locally grown cranberries or craisins? Approximately 10,000 pounds of premium select cranberries will be sold during the festival event.  Cookbooks are also available to learn new and unique ways to use cranberries.

In addition to the marvelous cranberry dishes and cranberry events, there will be over 275 Arts-n-Crafts vendors from all over the country selling all types of handmade arts and crafts on Cranberry Fest’s festival grounds (Vilas County Fairgrounds – Hwy 70 W). In Downtown Eagle River you will find activities which include an open air antique market, farmers market, Cranberry Fest luncheon, Lake Country Weaver & Fiber Artists show and sale, food and entertainment.

Vilas County Fairgrounds, Hwy 70 West, Downtown, Eagle River, WI

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Oct
7
9:00 AM09:00

Cranberry Fest

Cranberry Fest

Arts and crafts, cranberry food sales, a bakery, entertainment, Cranberry Fest Souvenirs, fitness events and more. With more than 40,000 people attending the festival annually, this event is one of the highlights of the fall season in Eagle River.

While you are at Cranberry Fest, check out the food tent where you will find soups, cranberry brats, char-broiled chicken sandwiches and much more.  Then visit the Information Headquarters tent where you can purchase fresh cranberry bakery goods and event souvenirs.  Don’t forget to save room for our famous World’s Largest Cranberry Cheesecake and support the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

How about taking home some fresh locally grown cranberries or craisins? Approximately 10,000 pounds of premium select cranberries will be sold during the festival event.  Cookbooks are also available to learn new and unique ways to use cranberries.

In addition to the marvelous cranberry dishes and cranberry events, there will be over 275 Arts-n-Crafts vendors from all over the country selling all types of handmade arts and crafts on Cranberry Fest’s festival grounds (Vilas County Fairgrounds – Hwy 70 W). In Downtown Eagle River you will find activities which include an open air antique market, farmers market, Cranberry Fest luncheon, Lake Country Weaver & Fiber Artists show and sale, food and entertainment.

Vilas County Fairgrounds, Hwy 70 West, Downtown, Eagle River, WI

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Oct
13
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Oct
13
9:00 AM09:00

Holy Hill Art Farm

Holy Hill Art Farm

Explore the treasures of local artists, farmers and collectors. Meet the Market Folks. See their work and talk with them about custom work.  Go back to the basics... Sit and enjoy coffee, hot sandwiches, soup, bakery and other refreshments.  Check out the new Grainery Bar.  Have a Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Sangria.  Bring family and friends to enjoy the live musicians, shop, relax.  Always Free Parking and Admission.

4958 Holy Hill Rd, Hubertus, WI

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Oct
16
11:00 AM11:00

Third Tuesday Market at Summit Place

Third Tuesday Market

Summit Place will be hosting a market on the third Tuesday of every month.  The THIRD TUESDAY MARKET is scheduled from 11:00-2:00PM in the atrium. Each month we will be looking at adding or changing some of the vendors out to make this a unique experience every time.

Summit Place Office Complex, 6737 W Washington St, West Allis, Wisconsin

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Oct
20
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

From the Land: A Gathering of Traditional Crafts & Skills

From the Land

Knowledge and techniques given from the heart by people who truly enjoy what they do.  Baskets. 

Bead Art.  Painting.  Wood Carving.  Whimsy.  Metal Sculpture.  Folk Art.  Pottery.  Recycled Wood Furniture.  Rugs & Weaving.  Handmade Soaps.  Jewelry & Clothing.  Smoked Meats.  Garlic.  Pumpkins.  Pasture-fed Beef, Chicken, and Lamb.  Gourds.  Dried Arrangements. 

The Toll/Londowski Family Farm, One mile west of the Hwy 49/County Road J intersection, Green Lake, WI (plenty of parking in adjacent hay field)

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Oct
21
10:00 AM10:00

From the Land: A Gathering of Traditional Crafts & Skills

From the Land

Knowledge and techniques given from the heart by people who truly enjoy what they do.  Baskets. 

Bead Art.  Painting.  Wood Carving.  Whimsy.  Metal Sculpture.  Folk Art.  Pottery.  Recycled Wood Furniture.  Rugs & Weaving.  Handmade Soaps.  Jewelry & Clothing.  Smoked Meats.  Garlic.  Pumpkins.  Pasture-fed Beef, Chicken, and Lamb.  Gourds.  Dried Arrangements. 

The Toll/Londowski Family Farm, One mile west of the Hwy 49/County Road J intersection, Green Lake, WI (plenty of parking in adjacent hay field)

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Oct
27
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Nov
17
12:00 PM12:00

MKE F/B Craft

MKE F/B Craft

From beer, wine and spirits to cheese, teas and spices, the Midwest knows what tastes good…and more importantly, how to make it. This event will showcase the best of the best food and beverages from Wisconsin and Illinois.

Antiques on Pierce, 1512 W Pierce St, Milwaukee, WI

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Nov
20
11:00 AM11:00

Third Tuesday Market at Summit Place

Third Tuesday Market

Summit Place will be hosting a market on the third Tuesday of every month.  The THIRD TUESDAY MARKET is scheduled from 11:00-2:00PM in the atrium. Each month we will be looking at adding or changing some of the vendors out to make this a unique experience every time.

Summit Place Office Complex, 6737 W Washington St, West Allis, Wisconsin

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Nov
24
10:00 AM10:00

Milwaukee Makers Market @ Discovery World

Milwaukee Makers Market @ Discovery World

Join us at Discovery World as we transform the promenade into a stunning and lively indoor market. Meet Milwaukee jewelry makers, artists, and other designers. Shop one-of-a-kind, locally-made products including ceramics, women’s clothing, leather goods, candles, and more. Explore the market, have fun, meet amazing artists and artisans, shop, and support independent maker spirit in Milwaukee.

The Market is free, but General Admission applies if visiting entire museum.

Discovery World, 500 N Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI

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Nov
25
10:00 AM10:00

Milwaukee Makers Market @ Discovery World

Milwaukee Makers Market @ Discovery World

Join us at Discovery World as we transform the promenade into a stunning and lively indoor market. Meet Milwaukee jewelry makers, artists, and other designers. Shop one-of-a-kind, locally-made products including ceramics, women’s clothing, leather goods, candles, and more. Explore the market, have fun, meet amazing artists and artisans, shop, and support independent maker spirit in Milwaukee.

The Market is free, but General Admission applies if visiting entire museum.

Discovery World, 500 N Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI

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Dec
18
11:00 AM11:00

Third Tuesday Market at Summit Place

Third Tuesday Market

Summit Place will be hosting a market on the third Tuesday of every month.  The THIRD TUESDAY MARKET is scheduled from 11:00-2:00PM in the atrium. Each month we will be looking at adding or changing some of the vendors out to make this a unique experience every time.

Summit Place Office Complex, 6737 W Washington St, West Allis, Wisconsin

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Jun
16
5:00 PM17:00

igNight under Mason

igNight under Mason

This traveling night market series will feature local artisans and makers, interactive live art demonstrations, original live music from local and national touring performers, life-size games, food and drinks. Streets will be transformed into a contemporary, open-air marketplace as we invite the nightfall in the Broadway district.

500 S Broadway, Green Bay, WI

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Jun
16
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Madison Night Market

Madison Night Market

The Madison Night Market is a celebration of Madison’s unique and inspiring creative culture.

Vendors showcase handmade products, local art, artisan gifts, prepackaged foods and fresh produce. The event includes live music, artists,  special visiting food carts and pop-up restaurant experiences.

There will be 4 markets! The 2018 Markets will be held the 2nd Thursday of the Months of May, June, August & September.  Everyone is invited to come celebrate all things Madison.

Gilman Street, Downtown, Madison, WI

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Jun
13
5:30 PM17:30

Makers Market at the West Allis Farmers Market

Makers Market at the West Allis Farmers Market

Shop a wide selection of prepared food and artisan products from Wisconsin Makers while you enjoy live music, wine, beer, and other spirits for sale!

Over 50 Wisconsin Makers will be at the Market.  For a list, click on the link above. Admission to the Market is free!  Come support Wisconsin Makers! Sponsored by Eat West Allis and the West Allis Cheese & Sausage Shoppe.

West Allis Farmers Market, 6501 W National Avenue, West Allis, WI

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Jun
9
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jun
3
9:00 AM09:00

Holy Hill Art Farm

Holy Hill Art Farm
Explore the treasures of local artists, farmers and collectors. Meet the Market Folks. See their work and talk with them about custom work.  Go back to the basics... Sit and enjoy coffee, hot sandwiches, soup, bakery and other refreshments.  Check out the new Grainery Bar.  Have a Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Sangria.  Bring family and friends to enjoy the live musicians, shop, relax.  Always Free Parking and Admission.

4958 Holy Hill Rd, Hubertus, WI

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Jun
2
12:00 PM12:00

Spring on Brady - Annual Art Walk

Spring on Brady - Annual Art Walk

Come on down to Brady Street to celebrate Spring as we bring you our 6th Annual Art Walk. Also shop amazing sidewalk sales and a local art market along with spectacular dining and drink deals.

Over 30 merchants will be hosting live artists from painting and sketching, chalk drawing, pottery, puppy printing and even blacksmithing!

Don't forget to take advantage of all of the additional activities and specials at the shops up and down Brady while on your art walk route.  When you are done with your walk, fill out the tab on the end of the map and drop it off at  for a chance to win prizes from our local businesses!

Cream City Caramels will be in the Art Market on the corner of N.Arlington Place and Brady Streets

Brady Street, Milwaukee, WI

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Jun
2
9:30 AM09:30

Fond du Lac County Historical Society's Annual Blossom Faire & Plant Sale

Fond du Lac County Historical Society's Annual Blossom Faire & Plant Sale

Now part of the Art All Around Weekend!  The Blossom Faire and Plant Sale is on June 2nd from 9:30am to 2:30pm at the Galloway House and Village. This FREE event boasts 17 vendors and crafters from throughout Wisconsin, and plants from the Galloway Gardens on sale! 

Enjoy concessions while strolling and shopping your way through the beautiful grounds of the Galloway House and Village.

Fond du Lac County Historical Society, 336 Old Pioneer Rd, Fond du Lac, WI

 

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Jun
2
9:00 AM09:00

Holy Hill Art Farm

Holy Hill Art Farm

Explore the treasures of local artists, farmers and collectors. Meet the Market Folks. See their work and talk with them about custom work.  Go back to the basics... Sit and enjoy coffee, hot sandwiches, soup, bakery and other refreshments.  Check out the new Grainery Bar.  Have a Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Sangria.  Bring family and friends to enjoy the live musicians, shop, relax.  Always Free Parking and Admission.

4958 Holy Hill Rd, Hubertus, WI

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Jun
2
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Jun
1
5:00 PM17:00

Milwaukee Makers Market - Bay View Gallery Night

Milwaukee Makers Market - Bay View Gallery Night

Milwaukee Makers Market - is BACK for Bay View Gallery Night w/ Bay View Jazz Fest
Come for the coffee, stay for the market. Jazz Fest Music at 6pm by - Brett Westfahl Quartet. Rain or Shine Event! Kid & Pet Friendly!! AS ALWAYS MILWAUKEE MAKERS MARKET ARE FREE TO ATTEND!

Colectivo Coffee - Bay View, 2301 S Kinnickinnic Ave, Milwaukee, WI

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May
26
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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May
24
4:00 PM16:00

The Bodega at Breese Stevens Field

The Bodega at Breese Stevens Field

The Bodega, a free public market, returns to historic Breese Stevens Field. A growing variety within our vendor lineup, an increased investment in entertainment and a wide variety of food carts will highlight the 2018 series.

The Bodega features farmers, artisans, antique dealers, and craftsmen selling locally sourced goods and produce. Far from an average farmers market, The Bodega will also feature live music, new interactive displays, a 60’ inflatable zip line and free yard games to ensure a family-friendly event for all. A wide variety of local beers and wine will also be available for purchase.

Breese Stevens Field, 917 E Mifflin St, Madison, WI

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May
20
12:00 PM12:00

Mai Fest Germantown

Mai Fest Germantown

On the third weekend of May each year, the Deutschstadt Heritage Foundation (DHF) proudly presents our annual fundraiser Mai Fest. DHF is a non- profit 501(c)(3) foundation. The goal of DHF is to reinvest the proceeds from Mai Fest back into our Community. We support the preservation of our Germanic heritage and invest in other activities in Germantown that add to the quality of life in our Community.

Germantown's Mai Fest is packed full with authentic German cuisine, beverages, entertainment and live performances.

Friedenfeld Park. W140 N11492 Country Aire Drive, Germantown, WI

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May
20
10:00 AM10:00

Fair Diddley Craft Show

Fair Diddley Craft Show

The Mental Health Resource League invites everyone to join us at our 2018 Fair and Fall Diddley® craft shows! For more detailed information on each of these shows, please use the links at the bottom of this page. 2018 marks our Golden Anniversary for our Fair Diddley® Craft show! Don't miss this historic event! There are lots of surprises and fun scheduled for this celebration! Put Sunday, May 20th, 2018 on your calendar now!

MHRL has a reputation for featuring hand-crafted, quality, original work at both the Fair Diddley® and Fall Diddley® shows. We are able to achieve this by requiring each of our vendors to be placed at one or both of the events through a juried application process. Through this process, we have been able to provide you with an outstanding display of folk art, wood carving, dried florals, pottery, painted and appliqued clothing, jewelry, fine art and much more.

All proceeds from both shows benefit McHenry County agencies concerned with mental health services. With the proceeds from our two 2017 shows, MHRL will distribute over $209,000.00 at our Annual Meeting in January, 2018. These proceeds will be allocated to 18 non-profit agencies in McHenry County that further the mental health industry by providing much needed mental health related services.

The Mental Health Resource League has HUGE plans to help us celebrate our 50th Anniversary Fair Diddley®! Come help us celebrate our Golden Anniversary on May 20th, 2018. There will be plenty of surprises in store as we celebrate this milestone. Please check our Facebook page often for ongoing celebration details for our 50th anniversary Fair Diddley® Craft Show.

Limited parking is available around the Woodstock Square (marked by the "P" areas on the map). Plus, shuttle buses will be available to take patrons to and from the Woodstock Square. Shuttle buses will pick-up from the west end of the Government Center parking lot and drop-off at the corner of Calhoun and Johnson Streets, just outside the Woodstock Square. Shuttles will run from 10:00AM until 4:30PM every 10 minutes. There is no fee for the shuttle service. Please note: Fair Diddley® takes place RAIN or SHINE - so please dress appropriately.

 

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May
19
11:00 AM11:00

Mai Fest Germantown

Mai Fest Germantown

On the third weekend of May each year, the Deutschstadt Heritage Foundation (DHF) proudly presents our annual fundraiser Mai Fest. DHF is a non- profit 501(c)(3) foundation. The goal of DHF is to reinvest the proceeds from Mai Fest back into our Community. We support the preservation of our Germanic heritage and invest in other activities in Germantown that add to the quality of life in our Community.

Germantown's Mai Fest is packed full with authentic German cuisine, beverages, entertainment and live performances.

Friedenfeld Park. W140 N11492 Country Aire Drive, Germantown, WI

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May
19
8:00 AM08:00

Festival of Spring

Festival of Spring

Festival of Spring is a free outdoor event featuring the Paine’s annual Spring Plant Sale and more than 100 vendors of original art, fine crafts, plants and garden supplies. As a great source for a wide selection of perennials, the Paine’s Spring Plant Sale offers thousands of “tried-and-true” plants as well as new and hard-to-find varieties. The festival also includes fair food and live entertainment. 

Paine Art Center & Gardens, 1410 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI

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May
19
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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May
18
5:00 PM17:00

Mai Fest Germantown

Mai Fest Germantown

On the third weekend of May each year, the Deutschstadt Heritage Foundation (DHF) proudly presents our annual fundraiser Mai Fest. DHF is a non- profit 501(c)(3) foundation. The goal of DHF is to reinvest the proceeds from Mai Fest back into our Community. We support the preservation of our Germanic heritage and invest in other activities in Germantown that add to the quality of life in our Community.

Germantown's Mai Fest is packed full with authentic German cuisine, beverages, entertainment and live performances.

Friedenfeld Park. W140 N11492 Country Aire Drive, Germantown, WI

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May
12
9:00 AM09:00

Spring Fair on the Square

Spring Fair on the Square

Downtown Baraboo Hosts a semi-annual arts and crafts show in May and October that fill the street of Downtown Baraboo. The craft fair includes 150+ artists and crafters from around the Midwest, 13-16 specialty food vendors, a bountiful farmer's market, interactive children's activities and performances, a variety live music and a full day of family entertainment.

Downtown Baraboo, WI

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May
12
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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May
10
6:00 PM18:00

Madison Night Market

Madison Night Market

The Madison Night Market is a celebration of Madison’s unique and inspiring creative culture.

Vendors showcase handmade products, local art, artisan gifts, prepackaged foods and fresh produce. The event includes live music, artists,  special visiting food carts and pop-up restaurant experiences.

There will be 4 markets! The 2018 Markets will be held the 2nd Thursday of the Months of May, June, August & September.  Everyone is invited to come celebrate all things Madison.

Gilman Street, Downtown, Madison, WI

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May
5
7:30 AM07:30

City of Brookfield Farmers Market

City Of Brookfield Farmers Market

Opening of our 28th Season

The Brookfield Farmers' Market was created by a group of volunteers who wanted to establish a market for local farm produce in Brookfield. The idea had been a part of the Brookfield Master Plan, and in 1990 , the volunteer group obtained the necessary approvals and permits to make it happen. The Brookfield Civic Center Farmers' Market opened in 1991, with a half dozen farmers and was staffed by Brookfield resident volunteers.

Today after 27 years of operation the market is thriving. It has become not only a place where residents can purchase fresh Wisconsin grown products, but it has also become a Saturday morning meeting place for many of the residents. It is a Saturday morning ritual for Brookfield residents and customers are drawn from many surrounding communities. The market merchants provide quality Wisconsin grown products that are sold at reasonable prices. Many of the farmers have been at the market for well over 10 years. The market continues to grow in size and popularity.

Brookfield City Hall Parking Lot, 2000 N Calhoun Rd, Brookfield, WI

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Apr
28
5:00 PM17:00

Bazaar After Dark Little Chute

Bazaar After Dark Little Chute

You asked for it, you got it. Bazaar After Dark is making it’s highly anticipated 2018 debut at the end of April in downtown Little Chute!

Bazaar After Dark (a program of Pulse Young Professionals Networkand the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce) is dedicated to revitalizing and drawing positive attention to underutilized business districts in the Fox Valley, while fostering community collaborations through art, music, and common experiences.

Pulse Young Professionals Network is partnering with Village of Little Chute, Fox Valley Food Truck Rally, and Fox Cities Habitat for Humanity to kick off their ‘Rock the Block’ neighborhood build in Little Chute this Spring.

We’re a welcoming, inclusive, family friendly street market that will transform your once familiar community from dusk into darkness; a weird and wonderful temporary marketplace that will make you smile (and maybe dance) under the dim glow of Edison bulbs. Whether you seek fresh food, live art, firebreathers, body painters, local businesses, live music, Wisconsin makers, or just a casual place to grab a beer with your dog, we’ve got you covered.

Pulse Young Professionals Network is partnering with local municipalities and Habitat for Humanity to kick off their ‘Rock the Block’ neighborhood builds throughout the year and will serve as a celebration point for their hard working volunteers.

Downtown Little Chute, WI

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Apr
17
11:00 AM11:00

Third Tuesday Market at Summit Place

Third Tuesday Market

Summit Place will be hosting a market on the third Tuesday of every month.  The THIRD TUESDAY MARKET is scheduled from 11:00-2:00PM in the atrium. Each month we will be looking at adding or changing some of the vendors out to make this a unique experience every time.

Summit Place Office Complex, 6737 W Washington St, West Allis, Wisconsin

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Apr
14
10:00 AM10:00

Milwaukee Makers Market @ Discovery World

Milwaukee Makers Market @ Discovery World

Join us for 414 Milwaukee Day as we transform our promenade into a stunning and lively indoor market. Meet Milwaukee jewelry makers, artists, and other designers. Shop one-of-a-kind, locally-made products including ceramics, women’s clothing, leather goods, candles, and more. Explore the market, have fun, meet amazing artists and artisans, shop, and support independent maker spirit in Milwaukee.

The Market is free, but General Admission applies if visiting entire museum

Discovery World, 500 N Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI

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