IMPORTANT COVID 19 NOTICE:
Farmers markets are considered an essential food resource. Farmers markets in Wisconsin have been exempted from closing and from mass gathering restrictions instituted as the result of Covid-19. Everyone’s health and safety is important to us. It is our goal to continue to provide fresh, local food to our community while also minimizing shopper time at the market to help minimize the spread of Covid-19. Thus, we’ve created the drive-thru pop-up farmers market! We’ll be at the First Congregational Church parking lot every Saturday in April from 9:30-11:30am. We are always conscious of cleanliness at the Market, and are taking further precautions per CDC guidelines. For the safety of all, we ask everybody to adhere to these guidelines and practice good social (physical) distancing; if you are sick or high-risk, please stay home. Thank you all for your continued support. See you at the Market!
The Sheboygan & Plymouth Farmers Markets erupt with fun and natural beauty in the summer. From fresh grown produce and flowers to local cheese artisans and bread makers, the SCIO Farmers Markets offer the best that Wisconsin agriculturalists have to offer. All vendors live within 100 miles of the market, so you are truly supporting your neighbor.
Would you like to vend at the Farmers Market? Apply here.
Visit the Farmers Market
SCIO Sheboygan Summer Market
|SCIO Plymouth Summer Market
Dairy Queen parking lot
3101 Eastern Ave
June 18th – October 15th
|SCIO Sheboygan Winter Market
First Congregational Church
310 Bluff Avenue
1st and 3rd Saturdays 9am-1pm
How the SCIO Farmers Market Serves Sheboygan County
Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program:
Income eligible seniors (see eligibility below) can apply on a first come, first serve basis at the SCIO Farmers Market information booth or designated times at senior dining sites throughout the county. SFMNP vouchers can be used June 1st-Oct. 31st at participating Farmers Markets and roadside stands in Wisconsin.
The SCIO Farmers Market Accepts FoodShare
Bring your EBT card to the SCIO information booth and receive wooden tokens to spend at the Market. Use EBT tokens to buy: bread, eggs, meat, fish, dairy, honey, maple syrup, and preserves. In addition, receive up to $10 in fresh produce vouchers through the generosity of St. Nicholas Hospital and the Double Your Bucks Program. Fresh produce vouchers can be used to buy fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
Other Voucher Programs
The Sheboygan County Food Bank, Lakeshore Community Health Center and WIC also distribute coupons that can be exchanged for vouchers at the Farmers Market.
*Vouchers are limited