Not Your Typical Grocery Store


It’s got arts. It’s got crafts. It’s got great food and a wagon ride. It’s a fun family destination, and you’ll leave with a week’s worth of fresh meat and produce, shortening your trip to that big-box supermarket later on.
The market is a great chance to buy fresh, local and often organic products in a central location. If you don’t live nearby, consider making your visit part of a larger outing—perhaps a weekend family walk or bike ride along the canal. The market is also a great venue for an open-air meal or snack, available in the market’s food court area.

You might like to know that fruits and vegetables aren’t the only items for sale. You’ll also find exotic meats (including elk, bison and game meat stews), sweets and baked goods, garden plants and accessories, dairy and grocery products, art work and crafts, t-shirts, and even personal care products, such as beeswax soaps, candles, salves, soaps, shampoos, bath salts and deodorants.


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