About The Waukesha Farmers’ Market
For 2017 the Farmers’ Market will be held in their new location on the North side of the Fox River at 125 W St Paul Avenue – West of Waukesha State Bank across Maddison Street.
Vegetables & Produce
The Waukesha Farmers’ Market began in the early 1990’s and is an open air, producer-only market that features vendors who sell what they grow, harvest, raise, and produce. All produce and products available at the market have either been grown, processed, or crafted by participating vendors.
The market also features vendors that sell both hot and cold food items. These foods include breakfast foods, hot dogs, doughnuts, pastry, coffee, juices, and more.
The market also features arts & crafts, and many other handy items!
In 2017 the Farmers’ Market will be managed by the Waukesha Downtown Business Association. As a result of their professional experience in event management and organization, the market has grown in both size and popularity, offering vitality to downtown Waukesha and an excellent experience for both visitors and vendors throughout Waukesha and southeastern Wisconsin.