The Winter Farmers Market opens November 7th! Once again we’ll be hosting a drive-thru pop-up farmers market in the First Congregational Church UCC north parking lot every Saturday in November (weather-permitting) from 9:30-11:30am. Below are the market guidelines for customers to shop safely at the market:
- Come to the market in good health
- Practice social distancing
- Wash your hands!
- Face masks are strongly encouraged
- Be kind and patient
- Wash all produce before consumption
- No onsite food consumption
- Make a list!
Farmers markets are deemed essential food resources in the state of Wisconsin; as such, we are expected to follow best practice safety measures in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic. All vendors are required to wear masks and customers are strongly encouraged to do so also. Please remember to continue practicing social distancing and stay home if you feel sick. Be patient for the customers around you and consider connecting with vendors prior to market day for speedier transactions. Check social media frequently for any vendor and weather updates. We will once again be offering EBT at the Market, as well as Double Your Bucks. Thank you for your continued support! By shopping at your local Farmers Market you are:
- Supporting your local farmers
- Purchasing locally grown products
- Providing fresh, healthy food for your family
Together, we are all building a stronger, healthier community! See you at the market!
Would you like to vend at the Winter Farmers Market?
SCIO Sheboygan Winter Pop-Up Market
Saturdays in November, pop-up 9:30-11:30
How the SCIO Farmers Market Serves Sheboygan County
Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program:
Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Income Guidelines 2020
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