One of Toledo’s Finest Traditions is planning on returning this year while implementing the “New Normal” safety precautions that we have grown accustomed to this past year.
While we will have many visitors on hand, we are asking that all that attend to protect themselves and others by wearing a mask. Hand Sanitation stations will be available throughout the market. Those with challenged immune systems are urged to shop either on Monday or virtually via our website.
On Saturday, May 29, and then again on Monday, May 31
Our local farmers will be on hand for “Market Days” selling direct to you artisan baked goods, produce, beef, coffee, cheese, and so much more. In addition, families and friends can wander and shop from among a variety of artisans’ jewelry works, yard art, crafts, soaps, candles, and - of course – the flowers.
On Sunday, May 30, Flower Day, 30
The Toledo area’s best flower growers and greenhouses will pack the market with their best flowers and plants. Parking is easily available both along Erie Street in front of the Erie Street Market, located at 237 South Erie St., and throughout the revitalized Warehouse District. The weekend, known for being the largest and most anticipated flower & garden event in all of Northwest Ohio.
In addition, there will be musical entertainment on hand to delight both young and old alike. And last but not least for that first taste of summer, visitors can enjoy some wonderful “Fair Food” including kettle corn, hot dogs, Italian Sausage, Gyro’s, Chinese Dishes, Burritos, Onion rings, fries, hamburgers and so much more.
Toledo Farmers’ Market is located in the heart of Toledo’s historic Warehouse district at the corner of Market & Superior Streets, map and directions are available on our Website, www.toledofarmersmarket.com, or follow us on FaceBook – Toledo Farmers Market.
Flower Day Weekend
Limited vendors Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Over 80 vendors will be selling their best plants, yard art, plant accessories, and crafts. This is an event for the entire family.
Local artisans and food vendors will also be at the Market on all three days.
There will be thousands of plants to choose from -- the absolute best selection of top quality plants in the Toledo area. If you want to have a showpiece garden this year Flower Day at the Farmers' Market is the place to shop.
Wear your comfortable shoes. Parking is limited, but close-by parking in marked lots will be available without charge. Local Boy Scouts will be available to help you with your purchases on Saturday and Sunday. A designated holding area, manned by the Scouts who will also load the plants into your car.
Interested in becoming a vendor for this weekend?
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