About the Market

Fridays: 9:00am – 2:00pm

Season dates:
May 20-October 7, 2016

Michigan Avenue West Dearborn between Mason & Howard

(Behind the Bryant Library)


Our apologies to our cherished fans and supporters if you missed enjoying the market August 5th.  We partnered with the City’s Homecoming Celebration and the market was at Ford Field Park.  We will return to our usual spot at the corner of Michigan and Mason behind the historic Bryant Library the rest of the season through October 7th, 9:00 am -2:oo pm.  Be sure to sign up for our email newsletter sent just once a week in the lower left corner of this page; and check out our Facebook page as well.  We appreciate & value your support and loyalty in serving our community!


The Dearborn Farmers & Artisans Market is managed by the Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce with the intent to bring people together in the community, to strengthen and support local farmers, to support local entrepreneurs and small businesses and to promote healthy living by providing quality, fresh and wholesome food.

About the Market

Each Friday, patrons visit carefully selected vendors who sell only seasonal, local, Michigan-produced farm products and goods. We have a wide variety of vendors including fresh flowers & produce, artisan baked goods, cheeses and meats, soaps, woodworking, pottery, and much more.

While shopping at the market, patrons can enjoy special features like cooking demonstrations, live entertainment, food trucks, gardening workshops, ice carving demonstrations and fitness sessions such as yoga and Zumba. The farmers market is a great place for people of all ages. We have a kid’s tent with art lessons, games, face painting, and nutritional information as well as free blood pressure checks for senior citizens. The farmers market runs every Friday in the summer from 9am-2pm and is located behind the Historic Bryant Library right off of Michigan Avenue. Come to this weekly event in the heart of Dearborn for a fun-filled day and support our local farms and businesses!