The Oakland County Farmers’ Market has been bringing good food to Oakland County for nearly 100 years. Originally located in downtown Pontiac, the market first opened in 1922. Thirty one years later (1953), the market moved to its current location a few miles away in Waterford. The market still exists in this location and is currently operated by Oakland County Parks and Recreation.
The Fenton Farmers Market focuses on local produce and artisans. All products must be grown or made in Michigan.
Weekly there are from 50 to 70 vendors featuring a huge variety of products such as fresh produce, handmade body products, many talented artisans, a variety of crafted food products, local wine and so much more. The market is located in the parking lot of the Fenton Community and Cultural Center 150 S. Leroy St. Fenton Mi. 48430.
The market runs from June 22 thru September 21, each Thursday from 5 pm to 8 pm.
Sherie Peruski is the Market Manager for the Fenton and Linden Farmers Markets as well as the Facility Manager for the Fenton Community Center. Contact for more information at 810-714-2011 or email@example.com