Town Square Market returns Friday for summer | News

Town Square Farmer’s Market favorites like The Garden Center, Thunderbird Bakery and Oft’s Flock and Feather Farm will return for the Town Square Market, which starts Friday from 3-6pm. The market, held outdoors on the Town Square lawn, takes place every Friday. until September 23.

“Green Lake is fortunate to be surrounded by passionate farmers and artisans who enjoy sharing their handmade products with our community,” said Fran Hill, Executive Chair of Town Square. “Town Square Market offers a taste of our vibrant local farm and craft economy, all in one convenient location.”

The market offers a variety of locally produced handicrafts such as fresh cut flowers, pastured eggs, local and organic produce, baked goods and handmade items.

Potential sellers can participate by registering online at or by visiting the Town Square reception during business hours.

Live music will be provided by Americana, folk and country musician Peter Brush, who has been playing and writing songs for over 25 years.

Throughout the summer, the Boys and Girls Club of the Tri-Counties area will be offering activities for children.

Vendors change throughout the season, so there’s always something new to discover.

The Town Square Market is supported by the Compeer Financial Fund for Rural America, the Farm Credit Union’s giving program, and received a $1,000 Farmers Market Grant.

“Farmers markets bring fresh, healthy food directly to communities in an accessible way,” said Karen Schieler, senior corporate giving specialist at Compeer Financial. “Many markets have had to make changes and address the challenges presented during the pandemic.

“Through these grants, we hope to recognize the tremendous asset that farmers’ markets represent to our communities – rural, suburban and urban.”

For more information, visit the Town Square Community Center or call 920-807-0008.

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