Great Lakes Farmers Market













The Market is held inside the Expo Greenhouse from July through April and outside during the months of May and June at the Racine location. We will operate rain, snow or shine. Vendors please contact Carol Reed at 262-210-6360 or email us at Click here for our Facebook page

Great Lakes Farmers Market Logo 2015

Every Sunday  
10 am - 2 pm
Racine Store

Our Market is back inside! We have over 40 vendors with fresh produce, microgreens, local cheeses, breads and bakery, meats, 1st Birthday Partyhoney, jams, sauces and seasonings and local artisans too! Rustic Road Brewery will be featuring local brews and root beer. Bloody Mary bar has refreshing drinks including the Milaeger Mule, Tonic Twister, Morning Mimosa and Tequila Sunrise. Also, many prepared foods - so come hungry! Veggie burgers, wraps, empanadas, tamales, steak tacos, breakfast burritos and so much more!

 Movember Market!
November is also known as Men's Health Awareness Month and we want our men to be healthy!

One great way is to shop local at the farmers market! Stay active, exercise, eat healthy, and help to raise funds for men's health! Growing a mustache is just a a simple easy step to help raise awareness.

We've got a contest going the whole month of November! Come to the market on November 5th and enter to win our best mustache contest. Best mustache will be voted on at the end of the month. Winner gets a $50 Milaeger gift certificate! 2nd place wins a pair of Hail Mary Bloody Marys! 3rd place wins a free beverage of choice at the Bloody Mary Bar!

  1st Birthday Party

Live Music - Peter Charles Smith

Kid's Corner -
Fun games & activities for kids of all ages!

Click Here to see our vendor list for Sunday, November 19th. Our vender lists are updated on Fridays before the market, make sure to check back for our newest list!

Great free fun for the whole family!

Please note that only service animals are permitted in our store and at the farmers market.

Help us promote the market by distributing this promotional flyer! Click here and print

Upcoming Live Music Schedule:

Sun. 11/19/17      Peter Charles Smith
Sun. 11/26/17      Libby & Friends
Sun. 12/03/17      Joey Leal
Sun. 12/10/17      Sipos & Young
Sun. 12/17/17      County Crossings
Sun. 12/20/17      Libby & Friends

Produce/Vendor Information                
Click here for guidelines
October - December Application
Product Offerings - Include this form with your application

Approved Items: Cheese, dairy, meat, produce, baked goods, processed food, raw foods, and organics products. All food must be grown, baked or prepared by the vendor. All other vendors/items are to be reviewed by market board for consideration and approval. The market reserves the right to conduct scheduled site visits if desired.

Prohibited Items: Live animals, processed meats, baked and canned goods from an unlicensed kitchen and any toxic plants such as the castor bean plant are prohibited.

Organic Produce: Products sold as organic must be in compliance with all federal certification requirements. A copy of the certification must be on site at the Market. All organic produce/items must be labeled as such.

Producers/Vendors: All applications will be reviewed for final selection.

Artisan Vendor Information
We are currently at full capacity for our artisan vendors and are not taking applications at this time.

All fine craft and art media are accepted. All items must be crafted by the artisan. Including, but not limited to items using clay, fiber, glass, leather, metal, paper, soaps and handmade personal care products. Other acceptable items include paintings, drawings, photography, garden sculpture, metal works, clothing, jewelry, accessories, weaving, pottery, carvings, furniture, woodworking, and illustrations.

Fresh Floral and Dried Flower Arrangements in which all flowers are grown locally and/or by the artisan.

Work must be original, and of the artisans own creation. All work must be suitable for family audiences. No resale of products is allowed. The market will not accept vendors who buy and resell items. Unacceptable products include "kits" or "assembly line" craft projects, artificial flowers or greenery; use of commercial molds; purchased retail items; mass - or - commercially produced kits, molds or imported items.