The Market is on the Town Square: September 30

The Open Air Market of Stockbridge began its 12th season on Friday, May 6, on the township square in downtown Stockbridge. Each week through October 28, we will be open from 4 pm to 7 pm, and we will have a full line up of Market Music.

This week, the Market will have sweet corn, red potatoes, squash, peppers, garlic, watermelon, FFA produce, honey, eggs, jams, granola, zucchini bread and other breads, pies, British baked goods, cookies, soaps, lotions, sprays, candles and fun art too.

Market Music is from 5:30 to 7 pm featuring Keith Parmentier.

The Harvest Festival starts at the Market Friday and continues into the evening with the Space Jam movie and free pizza provided by Stockbridge Township. Check out all the other activities Saturday and Sunday on the square and around town.

Thank you to Wade Pregitzer for his great produce at our market again this year. See you next year! Check out his corn maze and pumpkins at the farm. Betty will be selling Pregitzer corn at her booth.

This is our last 3 hour market. As the weeks come, we will be closing earlier due to limited light. We are open until October 28. As always, details about the Open Air Market are here for you with the Stockbridge Community News.

For more information, call Suzi: 517-851-7437.