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Downtown Fond du Lac Indoor Market
We are pleased to announce our first indoor market, the perfect continuation of our summer downtown farmers market. During the fall, winter and spring months you can still find fresh produce, baked goods, crafts, honey, maple syrup, fish and more!
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
90 S. Main Street (formerly known as the Antique Mall)
Every Saturday thru May 2nd
Interested in Becoming an Indoor Market Vendor?
Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market
The Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market is Moving to Main Street May 9th!
Downtown Fond du Lac has two markets May through October. Both of our markets accept EBT, credit and debit cards. You can swipe your card at the Information Tent and receive wooden tokens which are used like cash at participating vendor booths. For EBT use your Wisconsin QUEST card at the information Tent. It is a plastic debit card with your name, card number and the Wisconsin QUEST logo on it. You must have your QUEST card with you at the tent to purchase tokens using your FoodShare account.
May 9 through October 31
8 a.m. to Noon
Main Street (Sheboygan Street to Western Avenue)
On Saturdays, over 80 vendors sell the freshest Wisconsin-grown produce, plants, flowers, baked goods, meats and cheese. Crafts, arts, pottery, and other hand-made items are also available. At the height of the season the market brings over 2,000 shoppers downtown weekly.
June 3 through October 28
Noon to 5 p.m.
Main Street Plaza at Main Street and Sheboygan Street
On Wednesdays, 15 vendors sell Wisconsin-grown produce, plants, flowers, and hand-made items. This smaller market brings a weekly attendance of 250 shoppers downtown. Make sure to pick up an on-the-go lunch and your weekly produce while checking out Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market!
Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market Vendors
Interested in selling at the 2015 summer Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market beginning May 9th? The market has permanently moved to Main Street and we have the ability to grow and expand, including adding more vendors. We are specifically looking for vendors who sell meat, poultry, egg, dairy, and exotic vegetables or fruits.
See below for the full application.
Non-Profits Making Money for their Organizations
Once again, the Downtown Fond du Lac Farmers Market has allocated space at no cost to local non-profits to sell food and hand made items in order to raise money and awareness for their causes.
Be sure to stop at the market to find out what the non-profits are selling. Items can range from coffee and water to doughnuts and muffins. In addition find out more about these amazing non-profits and what they do for our community!