This event will feature food trucks such as Ned’s TravelBurger, Regina’s Food Truck, and The Nosh Pit Detroit along with barn animals from Bowers School Farm, hay bales for climbing, Kids Zone with Birmingham Youth Assistance, and music from WOMC Detroit.
Brand new this year, the Birmingham Farmers Market will also host a food drive for Gleaner’s Community Food Bank to support our greater community. Attendees are encouraged to bring a non-perishable item to donate at the information tent.
POP Club at the Birmingham Farmers Market
Beginning at the Harvest Festival on September 16th, children are invited to participate in an activity with the Power of Produce (POP) Club! The popular POP Club program is back at the market this season with the help of Beaumont and Beaumont Children’s. The program will take place Sundays, September 16th through October 7th from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Each week children may visit the POP Club booth to receive their $5 voucher to spend on local produce within the market.
The Birmingham Farmers Market proudly features exclusively Michigan-grown produce and is subject to Michigan growing patterns. It offers a hometown experience that’s fun for all ages, with fresh prepared foods, live music, a children’s craft area and more. Throughout the season more than 60 booths feature a diverse array of locally and regionally grown produce, including: vegetables, fruits, flowers and garden plants, spices, eggs, honey, jams, fresh meat, poultry, soaps, dog treats, baked goods, hand-crafted and decorative items.
The Birmingham Farmers Market is located at 660 North Old Woodward, across from Booth Park. Shoppers can access the most up-to-date information about the market by “liking” the Birmingham Farmers Market Facebook page, following us on Twitter @BhamFarmMkt, Instagram @BhamFarmMkt, or visiting www.birminghamfarmersmarket.org. For information about other Birmingham events, “like” the Birmingham Shopping District Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BhamShopping or call (248) 530-1200.
Established in 1992, the BIRMINGHAM PRINCIPAL SHOPPING DISTRICT is comprised of more than 300 retailers, including clothing retailers, restaurants, salons & spas, and antique shops. The district is also home to offices and a variety of businesses fro
m financial services to technology-based firms. Located among some of the nation’s most affluent suburbs, Downtown Birmingham is a center for business, social, cultural, and community activities for Birmingham residents and neighboring communities.