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P.O. Box 100284
Milwaukee, WI 53210
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Enderis Park Farmers Market

2019 Season

Join us for the fourth season of the Enderis Park Farmers Market, presented by WaterStone Bank!

Sundays, June 16 through September 15, 2019 
9:00 AM -12:00 PM

​The Enderis Park Farmers Market, established in 2016, is an open-air market situated at Enderis Park in Milwaukee, a vibrant historic neighborhood on Milwaukee’s west side. The market is a project of the Enderis Park Neighborhood Association, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, in conjunction with the Milwaukee Public Schools Recreation Department.

 

The mission of the Enderis Park Farmers Market is to provide residents in the park’s surrounding neighborhoods with access to locally-grown fruits and vegetables while offering a point of connection between neighbors and their local growers and food producers. 

Vendor Information

Are you interested in selling locally grown produce and/or locally prepared foods at the Enderis Park Farmers Market? We’d love to consider you for our 2020 season! Our vendor application for the 2020 season should be out in winter 2020. In the meantime, please direct questions to Market co-chairs Susan Odegaard and Laura MacBride at enderisparkfarmersmarket@gmail.com.
 
2019 Enderis Park Farmers Market vendors included:

Ann and Jerry:

fresh flowers, cucumber, tomatoes, parsnips, tomatillos, garlic, carrots, jicama, shallots, sweet corn, peppers, and other produce

Big Yellow Farmhouse Bakes:

breads and other baked goods

Chaeng Moua Farmer Market LLC:

onion, cucumber, cauliflower, zucchini, beet, bell pepper, tomato, spinach, and other produce

Delicious Bites:

cookies, cakes, cupcakes, pies, Rice Krispy treats

Future of Food Microgreens:

microgreens

Happy Destiny Farm:

eggs, homemade jams, chicken brats, whole chicken

Ma Cha Produce:

fresh flowers, raspberries, scallions, cilantro, and other produce

Miss Molly's Cafe and Pastry Shop:

cookies, pastries, coffee

Nou Thao:

fresh flowers, green beans, carrots, beets, lettuce, squash, tomato, pepper, potato, and other produce

Sandy’s Asian Gourmet:

fresh flowers and a variety of produce

That Salsa Lady:

gourmet salsas and tortilla chips – vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free, no preservatives or added sugars

Vang Sisters Hot Food:

variety of eggrolls, sesame balls, sweet purple rice, pork sausage

Wallah Mango Lassi:

healthy, refreshing, delicious fruit drinks

Xiong Family Market:

carrots, fingerling potatoes, onions, cucumbers, summer squash, garlic, spring salad mix, fresh flowers

Yogi's Pud'n:

pudding

 

2019 Season Sponsors

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I become a vendor at the Enderis Park Farmers Market?

The application for our 2020 season will be available in late winter 2020.

 

Are you accepting art and craft vendors?

At this time, we are only accepting local produce and prepared food vendors at the Market.

 

Can I bring my dog to the market?

The Enderis Park Farmers Market is located at a public park that allows dogs, so yes, dogs are allowed at the market. We ask that you keep your dog on a leash and exercise caution when walking through the market near other dogs and small children. We want to welcome dogs to the Market, but we also want to avoid the kinds of issues that can arise when dogs are in a busy urban environment with many people and other animals.

 

I own a local business. How can I get involved with the market?

If you own a local business that is not food related but you would like to be involved, we offer sponsorship options that allow you to have a presence at the Market, subject to approval by the Enderis Park Neighborhood Association Board. For more information, contact the market co-chairs Susan Odegaard and Laura MacBride at enderisparkfarmersmarket@gmail.com.

 

Can my local nonprofit have a booth at the market?

Nonprofit organizations are allowed to have one free booth per season at the Market to share information with the market’s customers, subject to Board approval. For more information, contact the market co-chairs Susan Odegaard and Laura MacBride at

enderisparkfarmersmarket@gmail.com

 

Have a question that wasn’t answered here? Submit your questions enderisparkfarmersmarket@gmail.com.