Marking the Unofficial Beginning of Spring, Plymouth’s Kellogg Park Fountain is Open. The Plymouth Green Street Fair, First Farmer’s Market of the Season, and Mother’s Day are all this Weekend Too!

The fountain is back on and the Farmer’s Market for this year’s season is back on Saturday morning.  And so marks the unofficial start of Spring here in Plymouth.  The Plymouth Green Street Fair is also this weekend along with Mother’s Day so the area should be quite busy in case you are planning to drive into town. You can find out more about the Green Fair if you click the earlier link.  In short, it’s great showcase of “Green” products and services including everything from home improvement ideas to alternative fuel vehicles.  The Green Fair runs May 6-8 and the Farmer’s Market is on Saturday Mornings beside the Penn across from the Fountain. As long as the weather holds, it will be a great weekend to enjoy strolling around Plymouth enjoying the sites, shopping, and restaurants!

Plymouth and Northville Farmer’s Markets

It’s that time of year again (although you wouldn’t know it by today’s windy weather!). The Northville Farmer’s Market started this week (Thursday mornings at the parking lot across from Northville Downs) and the Plymouth Farmer’s Market started today (Saturday mornings at the Gathering beside the Penn).

Both of these markets provide an opportunity to buy local and buy fresh and enjoy a morning out with the family.

Farmer’s Market in Plymouth Michigan

Plymouth Farmer's Market
Plymouth Farmer's Market

Saturday mornings in Plymouth, you can stroll downtown and enjoy a small town Farmer’s market at the Gathering. We usually stop for a warm drink and pick up a few fruits and vegetables – and sometimes a treat for our son. This time of year, it’s great to walk past the Halloween Scarecrows in Kellogg Park along the way too! At the market, you can also find baked goods, flowers, and lots of other interesting items.  It’s a great way to spend a morning even if you’re just out window shopping.