Saturdays June 3 – Oct 14 2023
As the largest Farmers Market in the county, 80+ farm and craft vendors line a portion of 3rd Avenue & Nebraska Street in Historic Downtown Sturgeon Bay every Saturday morning from the beginning of June through mid-October. The market provides a great opportunity to meet the faces of local makers, producers and businesses.
The Sturgeon Bay Farmers Market showcases an abundant variety of locally grown produce, specialty food & drinks, fresh cut flowers, meats, cheese, and bakery. Market patrons can also find crafts, jewelry, photography, wood products, yard art, soaps, lotions, and so much more.
Make a morning out of it!
Grab a coffee and enjoy a stroll through the streets of Historic Downtown Sturgeon Bay with your family and friends. Four-legged friends are welcome, too!
Sully’s Produce LLC | Steve, Char & Michael Sullivan
“We started with one car and a home garden. We’re now at 40 acres of all hand-picked produce.”
– Char Sullivan
Over 40 years ago, Char Sullivan started coming to the market with one trunk load of homegrown produce. Now known as Sully’s Produce, Char continues to return to the market, this time with truckloads full of produce. Char’s son, Micheal, joins her as he transitions into taking over the family operation and overseeing their 24/7 farm stand located in Sturgeon Bay. At their booth, you can expect to find different produce every week throughout the season, such as fresh cut flowers, herbs, strawberries, tomatoes, cantaloupe, squash, pumpkins, and much more.
Dennis Kostichka | Handmade Wooden Toys
“My favorite part about coming here would be meeting the people.”
– Dennis Kostichka
Dennis Kostichka has been creating handcrafted wooden toys for over 25 years. He decided to turn his hobby into a business 6 years ago when he joined the Sturgeon Bay Farmers Market. At his booth, you’ll find anything from small cars, to train whistles, to large tractors and everything in between. He enjoys meeting people from all over the world and hearing from happy customers that return to the market year after year.
Visit SturgeonBayFarmersMarket.Net to learn more.