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September 23 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Kenosha HarborMarket®: fun for the entire family! Visit Kenosha’s Original HarborMarket, the bustling European-style mixed market now in its 21st Season. Find them on 2nd Ave, between 54th and 56th Streets and the adjacent Place de Douai, just 1 block west of The Civil War Museum and Kenosha Public Museum every Saturday from May 13 through October 28, 2023, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Make a day of it – shop for the freshest local produce, proteins, cheeses, baked goods and more, enjoy fabulous and diverse foods cooked at HarborMarket and soak up the live music of talented local musicians, all in a scenic, park-like setting with ample green space with tree-lined streets and surrounded by Lake Michigan.
Find fresh organic and conventionally grown vegetables, microgreens, fruits, meats, cheeses, eggs, plants and flowers from local producers. Explore a new cuisine or pick up a favorite delicious food from over a dozen prepared food vendors this season. Treat yourself to fresh baked goods including breads, pastries, pies, cookies and other desserts. Stock up your pantry with fruit preserves, snacks, seasonings, gourmet oils and vinegars, nuts and much more. Onsite knife sharpening is available while you shop. Over 150 vendors this outdoor season and over 100 booths every week.
Every week brings two local musicians to HarborMarket. Enjoy their live performances on both 2nd Ave and Place de Douai. Additional special events will take place many Saturdays including the Bookmobile, The Puppet Underground and a few special surprises.
Admission and parking are always free.
Market Moola is an incentive program that provides matching funds of up to $20 per week to SNAP/EBT users who shop at Kenosha HarborMarket®. Individuals and families who are part of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program can enjoy matching funds as part of this HarborMarket program. Tokens can be purchased in $2 increments at the Friends of the Market booth using their EBT cards. These tokens can be used like cash at approved vendor stands that supply foods for the household to consume at home such as breads, cereal, fruits and vegetables, meats, fish and poultry, cheeses, garden seeds that produce food, and more.