Join us for a fun filled Farmers Market with the freshest produce from local farmers you trust. Great local artisans, entertainment and more!


Milaeger's Racine Store - Every Sunday

All Year-Round • 10 am - 2 pm • Racine Store • Inside our Expo Greenhouse

Great Lakes Farmers Market is Outdoors! We have over 30 vendors with fresh produce, microgreens, local cheeses, breads and bakery, meats, honey, sauces, seasonings and local artisans too!
Our famous Bloody Mary bar has refreshing drinks including our famous Bloody Marys, the Milaeger Mule, Tequila Sunrise, Margaritas, and other signature drinks.
Also, many prepared foods - so come hungry!

For more information, event listings and times, go to www.facebook.com/greatlakesmarket

The Great Lakes Farmers Market is INDOORS! Shop in comfort of our climate controlled Expo Greenhouse for the Fall & Winter!

Click Here for the January 19th list of vendors.


Music Lineup

1/26-Sipos and Young
2/2-Joey Leal
2/9-Cork and Classics
2/16-Rotten Brothers
2/23-Holy Crowe
3/8-Jimmy LeRose
3/15-County Crossings
3/22-Sipos and Young
3/29-Joey Leal
4/5-Cork and Classics
4/12-Easter Sunday - NO MARKET

Live Music by County Crossings at the
January 19th Farmers Market!   

Vendor Information

Becoming a Vendor

Click here for guidelines

January-March 2020 Application

Product Offerings - Include this form with your application

All applications will be reviewed before final selection.




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 unlicensed kitchens and any toxic plants such as the castor bean plant are prohibited.


Fine Arts & Crafts

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.

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 and other items must be labeled as such.



Work must be original, and of the artisans own creation.
All work must be suitable for family audiences.
No resale of products is allowed. 
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