Published Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Future Neenah announces their 30th annual Farmers Market at Shattuck Park on Saturdays from 8:00AM to 12:00PM June 11 through October 15. Shoppers can purchase farm fresh produce, crafts, and bakery items, listen to music, and enjoy beautiful Shattuck Park. The market is presented by Tundraland and Renewal by Andersen.

The Neenah Farmers Market consists of over forty high quality vendors. At the Market you will find the flavors of the garden including the expected produce (many from certified local growers) and so much more — meats, bakery, farm fresh eggs, house plants and fresh cut floral bouquets, coffee, sweet maple syrup and honey, jewelry, and a variety of unique crafts. And of course, there are prepared and ready to eat treats. There is live music at the Market each week from 10:00AM to 12:00PM thanks to our sponsor, Brehmer Law.

New this year will be Kids’ Day at the Market! Every third Saturday of the month (June-October) there will be FREE themed kid’s activities at the Market from 8:00AM to 12:00PM. (Each month is a different theme and will include activities such as crafts, face painting, bounce houses and so much more!)

The Neenah Farmers Market offers a free Loyalty Card program that visitors can sign up for at the information booth. Visit the booth each week to check off a visit from your card. After five visits you will receive a special gift and after 10 visits you will receive $5 in market tokens.

Future Neenah Farmers Market accepts Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) food share benefits. This program is made possible by a grant from Kimberly-Clark Cares. The Neenah Farm Market is also a WIC (Women, Infants, Children) market.

Visit www.neenah.org to subscribe to the Future Neenah Farmers Market newsletter or follow our Future Neenah Farmers Market Facebook page.

For details or more information visit www.neenah.org or call 722-1920.

Future Neenah, Inc. is a community driven non-profit organization

dedicated to promoting the economic and cultural vitality of Neenah Area.

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