Downtown Farmers Market Readies for June Opening
For the City Times
Submitted by Sarah Salewski,
Health Promotion and Communications Specialist, Wood County Health Department
WISCONSIN RAPIDS — It is officially spring, and the 2018 farmers market season is right around the corner. With the many changes to the downtown area you may be wondering about your favorite farmers market.
The Wisconsin Rapids Downtown Farmers Market, formerly known as Wood County Farmers Market or Rapids Mall Market, will open Saturday June 2. You can find the Wisconsin Rapids Downtown Farmers Market every Thursday from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM and Saturday from 8:00 AM – Noon, through the end of October.
Thanks to the generosity of the YMCA and Boys and Girls Club, the market will continue to function in last year’s location for the 2018 season. The market is located at 555 W. Grand Avenue outside the VA clinic.
Wood County Health Department and Wood County WIC will aid in the management of the market and will have market managers on-site during market hours. If you are interested in vending at the Wisconsin Rapids Downtown Farmers Market please attend a market information and registration date. Market registration dates will also include WIC vendor training and EBT information.
Wisconsin Rapids Downtown Farmers Market: Vendor Registration Dates
Tuesday, April 17th 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Thursday, April 26th 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Wood County Health Department
111 W. Jackson Street- 3rd Floor
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495
Attendance at vendor registration is highly encouraged. Past vendors will be notified and given priority. If you are unable to attend vendor registration but would like to apply to sell at the market, please contact:
Mai Thao at the Wood County Health Department: 715-421-8942 or email@example.com
For additional farmers markets available in Wood County visit: www.woodcountyfarmersmarkets.com
“We value our partnerships with the South Wood County YMCA and Healthy People Wood County Recreate Health coalition members, we are committed to the continuation of the farmers market and making it a well-known destination for Wisconsin Rapids residents and visitors, stay tuned for more information!” – Sarah Salewski, Wood County Health Department.