Harvest time at the Farmers’ Market
Fall in Wisconsin is a beautiful thing. Bring on the warm, comfy sweaters, the dazzling array of colors throughout the landscape and special treats to tempt your taste buds. The Waukesha Farmers’ Market is the perfect place to pick up locally grown gems the season has to offer.
As the growing season goes on, the farmers at the market offer more and more items for sale. The season culminates with a really large selection of veggies for you to enjoy at home. Some vendors offer 25 different options for you to choose from! All locally grown and freshly picked, it’s easy to ease into the cooler months with so many delectable possibilities.
When the fall harvest hits, the market will have items only found for a short window of time, such as:
• Brussels sprouts
• Hearty herbs
• Pumpkins (in all different shapes, sizes and colors!)
• Sweet corn
• Sweet potatoes
• the list goes on…
The best way to treat yourself to fall’s bountiful harvest is to get to the Waukesha Farmers’ Market each Saturday morning in September and October to see for yourself all of the choices your area farmers have for you. And be sure to bring a few extra bags for all of your autumn treasures.
The market is an open-air, producer-only, public market that operates every Saturday, from the first week in May through the last week in Oct. The market runs from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, rain or shine.