If you’re looking for something to do Tuesday afternoons, the Kalkaska Farmer’s Market is open for the season.
The market is on Tuesdays from two to six pm.
About 30 vendors each week, ranging from locally grown plants, produce, vegetables and meat.
The market also has handcrafted items like wood carvings, soaps and clothing.
The market host says coming out to the market helps the community.
“It’s always great to support small farms and small businesses. You really get a connection with where your food is grown and raised, making it super sustainable,” said Renee Penny, Market Host at Kalkaska Farmer’s Market. “A lot of the farms represented at the market are doing things very sustainably, and the animals are happy and healthy, which is really important.”
The Kalkaska Farmer’s Market is in the Railroad Square Pavilion every Tuesday until November.