May 22 - October 12, 2021
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
525 E. River Street, Grand Ledge
This beautiful six acre park is located right on the Grand River and is only a short five minute walk southeast of downtown.
There are several parking spots along River Street as well as city parking lots located downtown.
Preparedness and Response Plan
A great place for farmers and artisans to sell their products directly to the community.
The market is intended to foster local economic development and encourage business in Grand Ledge.
The markets purpose is to also bring local produce and other locally produced goods to the people of Grand Ledge. Items include fresh local produce, homemade baked goods, handcrafted products, plants, honey, maple syrup, smoked fish, flowers, and other locally produced goods.
Registration for the 2021 season coming soon!
Vendors are required to read the Vendor Rules prior to registering.
Our vendors will get access to an online Members' Portal where they can update our online Vendor Directory with up-to-date information about the products they will have available each week. This profile will be available on our website for the community to see.
If you have questions about becoming a vendor, please contact Amy Hoyes:
Market on the Grand vendors and customers must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Set up vendors 6 feet apart
- Suspend all product sampling
- Mark the ground around booths with traffic cones to instruct customers to distance themselves at least 6 feet apart
- Restrict customers from eating food on-site
- Have vendors set up in a way that minimizes/eliminates a customers ability to touch the products.
- Provide sanitizer at vendor booths or a set location at market
- Recommend that vendors use disposable gloves appropriately as an additional tool, but remember that gloves do not replace the need to wash hands and practice good hand hygiene.
- All vendors who are able to medically tolerate wearing a mask to wear a mask or face covering.
- Regularly clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, like point-of-sale devices
- Communicate and reinforce best practices for washing hands and covering coughs and sneezes.
- Place visible signage throughout the market with CDC-recommended safety and behavior guidelines.