June is here, which means the Oshkosh Farmers Market is too! Each Saturday from June 3rd to October 28th of 2017, you’ll have the opportunity to stop by to see over 100 vendors from 8am to 12:30pm on Main Street, located in Downtown Oshkosh.
Over the past couple of years, this farmers market has grown dramatically and it’s no wonder it is now one of the top farmers markets in the state. Coming early has it benefits, with first choice of the produce. Strolling in late can work out well too as some vendors will lower prices to clear their remaining inventory.
I suggest starting off by grabbing a cup of coffee from the New Moon Cafe (this place does get busy during the market, so patience is definitely key). Then go ahead and stroll through Main Street taking it all in…the egg rolls, the fresh produce, those breakfast sandwiches, beautiful wildflower bouquets that can brighten up any room in your home for only $8-12, those perfect knick-knacks, the crafts, the music, the smells, the people watching, the beautiful summer weather (the market goes on through rain or shine), and much, much more!
You can purchase things as you see them or wait and see all of the different venues before you pull out your money. That’s one thing to note, many vendors only accept cash. So make sure to plan ahead to get everything your heart desires.
Keep in mind that this market does happen every Saturday from June through October, so you don’t have to try everything all at once. It’s probably better to try a few new things each time you visit the market. Whether you stop by once, twice or every Saturday, I promise that you’ll enjoy your time at the market.
Interested in going? The Oshkosh Farmers Market is located on N Main Street in Oshkosh between the 400 and 500 blocks, as well as the 100 block of Church Ave.
All photos taken from Google Images.