Kewaunee County Farmer’s Market is moving to Downtown Algoma.
After 3 years of a successful market out at the Flying Pig, the Sunday Kewaunee County Farmer’s Market is moving to downtown Algoma. The Rural Enterprise Network (REN) has helped the Algoma Chamber of Commerce to make the transition from the former Flying Pig location to the Huntington Bank Parking Lot, at the corner of Steele St and 2nd Street.
Megan Entringer, co-owner of Gypsy on Steele Street, has stepped up to be the market manager. All questions regarding vending can be directed to her. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our goal is nurture this event to become large enough to support moving it on to Steele Street. If you are interested in vending, or know someone who is please have them visit, http://algomachamber.org/algoma-sunday-farmers-market/
Open Season Dates: Sundays, starting June 18th and continuing through October 29th
Hours: 9:00am – 2:00 pm
Location: Huntington Bank Parking Lot – Corner of Steele St. and 2nd St.
Cost: One 10’ x 10’ Stall (Season) – $150
Two 10’ x 10’ Stall (Season) – $250
Daily Stall $25