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Quick Hit: South Side Farmers Market

Opens for 97th season on April 8

South Side Farmers Market opens for their 97th season on April 8.
Chris Hupe

Chris Hupe

Whatzup Features Writer

Published April 5, 2023

The 97th year of the South Side Farmer’s Market begins April 8 at 3300 Warsaw St. 

Various vendors and local growers will be on hand offering fresh, locally grown produce, hormone-free pork and poultry, and fresh eggs. Patrons can also find a large variety of home-baked goods, seasonal plants for their own gardens, flowers, artwork, crafts, jewelry, antiques, books, and flea-market finds. 

If the shopping leaves you hungry, there is also a counter serving breakfast and lunch. 

Wood stoves will be fired up to warm the building on chilly mornings, and master gardeners will be on hand occasionally throughout the season to share their knowledge.


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