INDOOR MARKET SEASON CANCELLED

SUMMER MARKET TIMES AND DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency, the remainder of the Kenosha Winter HarborMarket season is cancelled. The Kenosha Common Market's Board of Directors made this difficult decision based on the recommendations and directives of public health experts and governmental officials.

The outdoor market season will begin at a date to be announced. Watch for announcements on this page.

Kenosha Common Markets apologizes for the inconvenience and disruption to our customers and vendors. Vendors may receive a refund for the cancelled dates or direct Kenosha Common Markets to donate their booth rental fees to The Shalom Center or The Sharing Center. Both organizations provide food and other assistance to those in need. Visit shalomcenter.org or thesharingcenter.net for more information or to donate directly.

Kenosha Common Market's Board appreciates the ongoing support of the Kenosha community and looks forward to opening day later this summer.

Vendor Feature at HarborMarket

Frequent HarborMarket shoppers are sure to recognize Riverwood Produce Farm and the farm’s owner, Mike Toboyek. It’s the farm with the tie—dyed tablecloths! Mike has had a stake in the farm for the last 15 years and has been coming to the Market for 13 years now. This farm is located in Kenosha and best known for their springtime asparagus. In the fall and winter, items like carrots, Brussels sprouts, celery root, and other root vegetable are popular.

When the farm was purchased, it came with the Asparagus crop. Mike began selling the fresh spring stalks because people loved having homegrown vegetables. Before long, he was growing more varieties of produce and selling at the weekly market. Riverwood’s crops are available exclusively at Kenosha HarborMarket.

But the farm doesn’t just grow veggies. Hand knit and crocheted items, such as blankets, hats, scarves, and more are also made by one of the business partners. The farm employs about five people during the prime harvesting season, but you’ll usually see Mike at the Market. So stop by and say hello!

 

Find the farm on Facebook, too!

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