Outdoor farmers’ markets’ return signals arrival of spring
MADISON, Wis. — Two Madison farmers’ markets moved outdoors for the season for the first time on Saturday, a sure sign that spring is approaching.
The Dane County Farmer’s Market, which bills itself as the largest producer-only farmer’s market in the country, began its 2017 season around the Capitol Square Saturday morning.
The market runs Saturdays from 6:15 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. until Nov. 11 and Wednesdays on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from 8:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
PHOTOS: Dane County Farmer’s Market returns to Capitol Square
The Westside Community Market kicked off Saturday at its new home at the UW Health Digestive Health Center for the 2017 season. The market, which had been located a half-mile away in the parking lot of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation building on Sheboygan Avenue, made the move this season due to the construction of a new state office building at the previous site.
The west side market runs on Saturdays through Nov. 4.
PHOTOS: Westside Community Farmers Market opening
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