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Welcome to the Farmers' Market!

 Hi Folks! 


Welcome, we want to invite you to visit our Farmers’ Market (Starting May 8th), located in Bowling Green, Ohio.  At our market, we offer the freshest vegetables, flowers, and plants that are currently in-season. Join us each week where we feature delicious baked goods, home-made foods, and other unique works that are from our regional craftsman.

Come hungry, because at our market has a variety of caterers and food carts on rotation each month. If you can’t find something to curb your hunger we have plenty of great eateries located just around the corner too!

After you grab a snack, make your way to The Stone’s Throw Stage for live performances by local musicians from 5:30-6:30 pm. Our market offers more than just goods and services, we offer a celebration of our neighborhood and all the ingredients in it.

See you at the market!   

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Market Basics

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When does the market start?

Opening Day is  May 8th, 2019! 

What time does the market run?

The Farmers' Market happens on Wednesdays from 4-7 pm. 

Where is the market?

The Farmers' Market is located in the Huntington Bank Parking lot, 201 S. Main Street in downtown Bowling Green. (The intersection  of  Clough & Main Street).

Will the street be closed?

The street will be closed from the entrance of Parking Lot #2 to Main Street. You will still be able to enter the parking lot off of Clough Street. 

What is a frequent buyer card?

Before you shop be sure to grab a frequent buyer card. You earn one stamp for every $5 you spend at each individual vendor. Once you’ve spent $60, your card will  be full. Then, can redeem your card at the main tent (next to the Stones Throw Stage) for $5 in Downtown Dollars! Click here for more information about Downtown Dollars.

Market Info

Events

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Check out the calendar of upcoming  events. Join us for the Doggie Adoption Parade and Police Safety Day!

Food Vendors

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What could be better than enjoying some delicious homemade food as you walk round a home grown local market?

Vendor Line-up

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Check out our list of venders from our veteran produce families to our newest additions to our market family.

Music Line-Up

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Check out the list of local performers at our market. Stop out to enjoy the music at the Stones Throw Stage.

Our Sponsors

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Are you interested in helping our neighborly market grow?

We are looking for sponsors for 2019.

Volunteer

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The market has grown and could always use an extra set of hands. Looking to help your community and you're free on Wednesdays? 

Events

May 8, 2019 (Wednesday)

Market Opening Day

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

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May 8, 2019 (Wednesday)

Market Opening Day

Join us for our much anticipated first day of Summer Market!!! 

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

May 22nd, 2019 (Wednesday)

Donation Day at Market

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

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May 22nd, 2019 (Wednesday)

Donation Day at Market

Join us for our 2nd Annual Donation Market Day! Brown Bag Food Project will be here accepting canned goods and market goods for their organization.  Shop for yourself and for those in need. 

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

May 29th, 2019 (Wednesday)

Police Safety Day

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

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May 29th, 2019 (Wednesday)

Police Safety Day

Come join our wonderful police department during our final June market day! Get to know some of our officers personally, and even sit in one of their cruisers. 

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

June 5th, 2019 (Wednesday)

Adoption Parade With Wood County

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

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June 5th, 2019 (Wednesday)

Adoption Parade With Wood County

We had such an amazing moment last season when the Wood County Humane Society brought adoptable dogs to market and one went home with a beautiful family! So this year we're putting on a whole show. If you are looking to bring home a new family member; Save the date for this amazing collab event! 

4pm - 7pm

201 S. Main St. (Huntington Bank Parking Lot)

June 12th, 2019 (Wednesday)

Market 5K with BG Park's & Rec

5pm - 6pm

Race Starts on the corner of Clough/S. Main

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June 12th, 2019 (Wednesday)

Market 5K with BG Park's & Rec

Join us for our annual 5K Race with BG Park's and Recreation! Pre-register through the parks department of day of. All attendees receive t-shirts and market goodies. 

5pm - 6pm

Race Starts on the corner of Clough/S. Main

More Events

Vendor Line-up

Anderson's Farm Fresh Products

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These veteran farmers bring the best beef, chicken, pork and eggs to market. Their focus is to provide  farm fresh products.

Bella Cuisine

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Bella Cuisine brings freshly baked breads, baked goods, chutney,  jams,  jellies, and fresh fruit! Stop by the Bella Cuisine booth located next to Clay Hill. 

Clay Hill, Ltd.

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Kristy & her family have been a staple for our market. From their gorgeous hand picked bouquets to  certified organic produce, you can be sure to find something to take home!

Cocina al Sol Taco Sauce

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Who doesn't love Taco's? Make a stop at this vendor to check out his delicious taco sauce recipes.  Not sure which sauce is your favorite? Then try before you buy!

Country Grains

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Country Grains is known for their delicious cinnamon, cream cheese stuffed and jalapeno bread.

(Selected market dates only)

English Gardener

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 Andrew is a veteran vendor who brings lots of goodies to market each week. You can enjoy a selection fruits and veggies as well as fresh cut flowers and clay figurines. 

Friends of Wood County Parks

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Wood County Parks will be back for selected dates this summer. Stop by to learn more about their cause and to purchase your own native plants.

Garden View Flowers

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This flower power, father & daughter duo brings with them  fresh cut flowers,  dried flowers, succulents and more. Spot them on our first Flower Day on June 26th!

Garry's Kettle Corn

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Every good  market draws you in with the sweet smell of kettle corn. Gary and Iola are here week so you can get your POP fix. Take a minute to stop & smell the kettle corn!

Great Lakes Custom Sharpening

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In need of some tools sharpened? Steve has got you covered. Not only does he sharpen items at market but larger orders can be dropped off and picked up at our market too. 

In Every Season Calligraphy

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Looking for a new piece of artwork for your home?  Make sure to stop by Jen's booth to see her custom calligraphy items and goods.(Selected market dates only) 

Just Jammin'

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Cindy and her husband are newly retired and living a "jammin" life. Visit Just Jammin' to sample some of her many jam flavors. 

Knueven Creamery

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 Knueven Creamery makes delicious pasteurized milk. They make it in delicious  flavors like chocolate and strawberry too!  

(Selected market dates only) 

Little Orchid's Garden

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Wow, fruits and veggies galore! Make sure to stop by Xiaolan's table to see what  newest market goodies she has to offer. 

Maumee Greens

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Maumee Greens specializes in locally grown, organic and Non-GMO micro-greens & field greens. Stop by this booth for a salad kit too! 

Muddy River Homestead

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The Muddy River has free range eggs and pork.  "He raises some of the best pork you will ever put on your fork". This vendor offers candles and beverages too!

Our Backyard Garden

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Dayna's popular soaps, jams, and other natural goods are back again this year. Stop by Our Backyard Garden to stock up!

(Selected market dates only) 

Riehm Produce Farm, LLC

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The Riehm's have been a market staple here in BG. Not only do they provide the CSA (Community Supports Agriculture) weekly bags but endless amounts of fruits and vegetables. 

River Valley Pasta

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Alee and Mike join us weekly from the Findlay area. The bring delicious hand made pastas with inventive flavors. New this year- sour dough breads. 

SoBee Honey

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Have no fear, honey is here! Mike brings with him: honey comb, honey sticks, whipped honey, bee's wax and MORE. 

Stevens Gardens

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This family owned and operated farm has selections include fresh produce, honey sticks, jams, jellies and other goodies too.

The River Bee

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Karol's amazing smelling soaps will draw you into her welcoming booth.  

(Selected market dates only) 

Windy Hill Berries

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Who doesn't love Black Berries? Join us, mid-summer at our market where you can find some of the tastiest berries in town.

 (Selected market dates only) 

Z Farms

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Every good market needs a mushroom guy and Zach is ours. Stop by his booth all season long for fresh lions mane, acorns, and shiitake mushrooms too.

Food Vendors

BGSU Training Kitchen

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Join us from June- August: The BGSU Kitchen Chef's in training create delicious snacks from featured ingredients that are provided by our market vendors.

Country Lane BBQ

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Every good market needs some homemade BBQ.  Stop by to try Chris and Lin's famous Pulled Pork Sundae!

Flatlands Coffee

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With their delicious coffee, pastries, and traveling Caffeine Bar- this is a booth you can't miss. Their brick and mortar store is located downtown!

Weenie Dawgs

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Chicago Style? Chili? Veggie? Al has hot dogs that you can customize any way you like. Grab a cold pop and some chips to complete your delicious market snack! 

NeNe's Sweets

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Make sure to stop by NeNe's  to feed your sweet tooth. 

Music Line-Up

The Stone's Throw Stage

MAY

05.08 - Opening Day - Jack Schilb - Original Folk / Classic Rock - 4:30-6:30


05.15 - Drew Joseph - Folk - 430-530 & Jerry Schnepp - Classic Rock - 5:30-6:30


05.22 - Moths in the Attic -Original / Rock / Fusion - 5:30 - 6:30


05.29 - Tim Tegge & the Black Swamp Boys - Original Folk - 5:30-6:30



JUNE

06.05  - Rusty Olds - Classic Rock & Folk - 4:30-5:30 & Looking for Lucinda - Americana/Roots - 5:30-6:30


06.12 - Toraigh - Traditional Irish Music - 5:30-6:30


06.19 - Dan Cadaret - Rock/Blues/Jazz - 4:30- 6:30


06.26 - Mark Poseler - Original Rock & Covers - 4:30-6:30



JULY

07.03 - Ellis Nigh Blues Machine - Blues - 5:30-6:30


07.10 - Root Cellar String Band - Old Time Music. 4:30-6:30


07.17 - Mark Poseler - Original Rock & Covers - 4:30-5:30 & Moths in the Attic -Original / Rock / Fusion - 5:30 - 6:30


07.24 - Tim Tegge & the Black Swamp Boys - Original Folk - 5:30-6:30


07.31 - DeanO - Original Folk & Covers - 5:30-6:30



AUGUST

08.07 - Toraigh - Traditional Irish Music - 5:30-6:30


08.14 - Root Cellar String Band. Old Time Music. 4:30-6:30


08.21 - Mark Poseler - Original Rock & Covers - 4:30-6:30


08.28 - Rusty Olds - Classic Rock & Folk - 4:30-5:30 & Ellis Nigh Blues Machine - Blues - 5:30-6:30



SEPTEMBER

09.04 - Drew Joseph - Folk - 4:30-5:30 & Moths in the Attic -Original / Rock / Fusion - 5:30 - 6:30


09.11 - Toraigh - Traditional Irish Music - 5:30-6:30


09.18 - Jerry Schnepp - Classic Rock - 4:30-5:30 & Looking for Lucinda - Americana/Roots 5:30-6:30


09.25 - Ginger and the Snaps - Classic Pop & Rock - 5:30-6:30



OCTOBER

10.02 - Looking for Lucinda - Americana/Roots 5:30-6:30


10.09 - Toraigh - Traditional Irish Music - 5:30-6:30


10.16 - Closing Day - Tim Tegge & the Black Swamp Boys - Original Folk - 5:30-6:30


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Winter Market

District 419

Our newest market venture began in October of 2018. We invited our Summer market vendors to District 419.  This weekly event that happens during the off season became known as Winter Market. 


Where? 

115 Clay Street


When?

Wednesdays from 3-6 pm (during Winter Market Season)

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