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Plainfield Charter Township
6161 Belmont Ave, NE
Belmont, MI  49306-9609

Phone: 616-364-8466
Fax: 616-364-6537

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Plainfield Township Farmers Market
 For More Information:

Phone: (616) 364-8466 ext 147
Monday - Friday, 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM
 

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Email us at farmersmarket@plainfieldmi.org


 
 
 

Farmers Market Application- Waiver (pdf)                Farmers Market Rules (pdf)

Plainfield Township's Farmers Market is located in front of the Frontline Church - 4411 Plainfield Avenue NE (corner of 5 Mile Road and Plainfield Avenue), adjacent to the Plainfield Fire Station/Headquarters. Space is available to sell homemade crafts, fruits and vegetables, and flowers and plants. No flea market booths will be permitted.  This season, the Farmers Market will be open one day a week on Thursdays, Noon to 6:00pm, June through October.

 

Dates and Fees for the 2015 Farmers Market Season:

Market Opens- June 4, 2015
Hours of Operation- Noon to 6:00pm
Days of Week- Thursday
Last Market Day-  October 29, 2015

Fees:
Space Rental Season    - $200.00 (if available)
Space Rental Day- First Come Basis - $20.00 (if available)

Spaces for 2015 can be reserved by filling out a Seasonal Reservation form and returned to Plainfield Charter Township. Space reservation priority will be given to those vendors that held seasonal spaces in 2014. The allocation of spaces for this season will be finalized on May 15, 2015.

For more information about Farmers Markets in Michigan, click below. MIFMA

The Township would like to feature local groups at our Farmers Market. If you have a scout troop, a church club, or any other group that would like to promote their activities and sell items which are specific to their organization such as cookbooks or cookies, please contact Sharon Stapleton or call 616-364-8466 ext 147.

Important Notice regarding sales of Homemade Products

The Cottage Food Bill allows folks to produce and store some non-hazardous foods at their home and offer them for sale within the state.

Yes, these rules affect vendors at Farmers Markets.

Please click here to download the Frequently Answered Questions (FAQ) and click here for the Labeling Requirements. Some foods are not allowed to be produced in ones home and they are listed in the FAQ.




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