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Walkable Farmers Market opens May 2

After a drive-thru only season, the Birmingham Farmers Market will kick off its 19th season on Sunday, May 2 with a return to its traditional walkable outdoor market in parking lot 6, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Visitors of all ages are invited to come and shop for local produce, meat, dairy, artisan baked goods, fresh foods, flowers and more. The Birmingham Farmers Market offers Michigan-grown produce subject to local growing patterns. By late spring, shoppers will find home-grown rhubarb, parsnips, herbs, early organic vegetables, strawberries, garden plants, zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, basil, beans, mushrooms, turnips, kale, lettuce, green onions, sugar peas, radishes and spinach.

The Birmingham Farmers Market Produce Guide can be found on its website with more information on seasonal produce availability. In addition to food, shoppers can also browse unique and stunning floral bouquets, hanging baskets, garden flats and other plants.

This season the Birmingham Farmers Market welcomes long-time and new vendors including Beaverland Farms, Farm and Forest, Fusilier Family Farms, Gus & Grey Jams, Sweetest Gourmet, Tracina's Gourmet Specialties, Uhlianuk Farms, 3D Planted and many more.

Birmingham Farmers Market officials say they are closely monitoring the current COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to follow all city, state and MDHHS guidelines. All market attendees are required to wear face masks and adhere to social distancing. For the latest information, visit


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