The Warren Farmers’ Market prides itself on being a family destination with fun for all ages. The market will have events for families each week. Check out some of our upcoming events, stay tuned for more details.
- May 19: Opening day, flower sale, carnival, Lobster food truck
- May 26: Flower sale, garage sale, yoga starts, Roll Dogz food truck.
- June 2: Healthy kids, healthy futures, inflatables, petting farm, helmet give away, Roscoe. Motor City Pasties, and Detroit Donut Company.
- Farmers market times 9:30-2:20
- Yoga is in the grass in front of City Hall 10-11 am
If there are any questions call (586) 258-2004
We accept snap, double up from bridge cards, WIC and senior project fresh
Spaces are approximately 10×10 and vendors must provide their own tent, tables and display equipment. Some spaces with electricity are available on a first come, first served basis. All items must be homemade or homegrown and have Market Master approval prior to setting up.
Warren Farmers’ Market at City Square
The Warren Farmers Market is a great place to show off your entertainment talent to prospective customers! Local bands, musicians, clowns, magicians, and family oriented entertainers really help make an enjoyable atmosphere at the market each week.
All entertainment groups will be permitted to set up a free booth at the market that week to promote their programs, sell CD’s etc. If you or your group would like to volunteer to play family friendly music or offer family friendly entertainment at an upcoming market day, please call (586) 258-2004 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warren Farmers’ Market vendors accept the following Food Assistance Programs:
Vendors will have signs posted at their tent to inform visitors of the food assistance program that they accept. Visit our Food Assistance Tent at the market or call (586) 258-2004 if you have any further questions.
Snap/Bridgecard cardholders can visit our food assistance station and receive EBT/SNAP tokens in exchange for the amount they would like to spend at the market.
To inquire if you qualify for SNAP/Bridgecare benefits, click here.
Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) tokens can also be picked up at our food assistance station. EBT/SNAP cardholders who exchange up to $20 of the EBT/SNAP benefits will receive the equal amount in DUFB tokens. DUFB tokens can only be used for Michigan produce. Vendors cannot give change for EBT/SNAP or DUFB tokens; however, tokens do not expire and can be used at the market throughout the season.
WIC Project Fresh coupons are given to eligible participants from their local WIC office after June 1. WIC coupons can be used to purchase locally grown produce and several herbs until October 31.
MarketFresh coupons are provided to low income older people by the Michigan Office of Services to the Aging. Senior Project Fresh coupons can be used to purchase locally grown produce, honey, and several herbs until October 31.