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Time to Fall in Love

Cherry Tomato Pints from County Line Plants & Produce


Time to Fall in Love

We sure love our seasonal changes here in Wisconsin, but perhaps fall holds the greatest amount of esteem when the days of pumpkin patches, apple picking and light sweaters come our way.

Early market mornings over on the west side offer everything in one place, from bags of Ten Eyck Orchard apples (pictured) to huge orange pumpkins from Happy Valley Farm.

As the mornings warm into t-shirt weather, we switch gears towards those market projects we'd still like to check off our 2021 season list. Fresh aronia berries (pictured), also known as chokecherries, from Yang Family Farm plant the idea of whipping up a batch of aronia berry syrup to let us savor those market flavors well into the winter months.

While we're still many weeks away from the end of the market season, fall gives us a sense of urgency to enjoy it now. For some that means trying something new and delicious, like the Landmark Creamery fondue (pictured) or blistered shishito peppers from Savory Accents.

Cooler days dominate us this weekend, but we'll get another blast of heat for the final days of September next week. That pairs perfectly with the return of Mad Maiden Shrub this weekend and their bright and seasonally flavor shrubs. Mix up one of their suggested cocktails to help keep yourself cool as we send off September.

For those of you who look forward to decorating during the fall season, the market is a great one-stop for all your ornamental needs, from colorful dried corn, mum baskets and a large variety of gourds and pumpkins to brighten up your spaces.

So grab a cozy sweater and join us as we celebrate and make the most of a fall market morning.

See you at market!

Ben Zimmerman

Market Manager

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Vendor Notices:

Chris & Lori's Bakehouse, Steppin Out Foods & What Got Gathered will be absent from the market Saturday, September 25th.

Door County Fruit Markets & Flyte Family Farms have finished vending for the 2021 season. They send their thanks to all their shoppers and look forward to returning in 2022.

Wetherby Cranberry Company will return to the WCM this fall starting on Saturday October 9th.


Honey from Bryant Family Farms


September 25th Vendor List:

Alsum Sweet Corn

Atoms to Apples

B's Honey

Black Earth Valley

Blue Moon Community Farm

Bonde Bee

Bryant Family Farms

Country Bloomer's Greenhouse

County Line Plants-n-Produce

Don's Produce


Driftless Chocolates

Emerald Meadows Family Farm

Farmer Johns Cheese

Fungi Farmers

Happy Valley Farm

Highland Spring Farm

Honey Bee Bakery

JenEhr Family Farm

Ka Vang Thao

Landmark Creamery

Lor Farm

Mad Maiden ShrubMadison Sourdough

McCluskey Brothers Shillelagh Glen Farms

Murphy Farms

Natalie's Garden and Greenhouse

Open Kettle Farms

ParKelm Farm

Sai's Garden

Savory Accents

Shoua Lee Vang

Stella's Bakery

Ten Eyck Orchard

Tortillas Los Angeles

Underground Meats

Urban Gourmet

Yang Family Produce

Absent this week:

Chris & Lori's Bakehouse

Steppin' Out Foods

What Got Gathered

*Please note this is a tentative list. Last minute cancellations or additions to the vendor list are possible.




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