Every Friday, people gather in Dearborn for the Dearborn Farmers and Artisan Market, which runs from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. through the end of September.
While shopping at the market, you can get Michigan-produced farm products, woodworking, pottery, jewelry, cheese, meats, and more.
If you’re not planning to shop, you can enjoy some food from food trucks that change every week, watch live cooking demonstrations, listen to music, or even participate in yoga sessions that are provided by Inner Sage.
Some of the vendors include Nature’s Jewel, Divine Crystal, Date Night Treats, Royalty Gardens Body Care & more.
The Royal Oak Farmers Market is another one of the largest in the state. It opened in 1925 and has grown since, serving all of metro Detroit.
On top of the normal farmers market on Saturdays, which runs from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., they have a food truck rally on the second Wednesday of every month from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., and an antiques and collectibles market every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If you’re looking for a smaller experience, the Friday Farmers Market is open from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and has a limited selection of vendors but is still a great time.
While there, you can get baked goods, specialty foods, produce, plants, flowers, and much more.
The Shelby Farmers Market has been around since 2008 and takes place on the grounds of the historic Packard Proving Grounds. It runs every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. between May and October, rain or shine.
At the market, you can stock up on everything you need from maple syrup, honey, bakery items, eggs, produce, and more.
Vendors planned for the entire season include The Meat Union, Barley + Fin Coffee LLC, Overstuff Closet Boutique, Titus Farms, Motown Rocks, and many more.
They also have dozens of weekly vendors that rotate each week offering delicious bakery items, lunch, drinks, and more.
The farmers market in St. Clair Shores is held on the fourth Sunday and the second Thursday of every month between May and October.
Thursday markets include a beer area, while Sunday markets only have the actual farmers market.
There you can find local produce, handmade goods, activities for kids, entertainment, and more.
They have more than a dozen different farmer vendors lined up, and dozens of food and craft vendors. Some of those include The Bread Barn, Uncle Calvin’s Sweet Potato Pies, Becca’s Boutique, JSK Crafts, and more.
On top of that, the market will have two food truck rallies, one on July 24 and one on Oct. 2, with a beer area as well.
The Rochester Farmers Market is in full swing for its 23rd season and happens every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. between May and October.
The market features a variety of herbs, flowers, fresh produce, specialty foods, coffee, bread, and much more.
They update their map of the market and vendors weekly, and some of the vendors include Westview Orchards, The Schweet Spot, Rochester Fudge Co., The Healthy Moose, and more.
Plus, on Aug. 6 and Sept. 3, they are offering Museum at the Market where you can learn more about the history of the Rochester area.
Also, they are also offering a health corner from Ascension Providence Rochester on July 16, Aug. 6, Aug. 20, Sept. 17, and Oct. 1 where you can learn more about sports medicine, breast cancer awareness, mental wellness, and more.