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Favorite farmer's markets
In Slavic Village's Dan Kane Park, this Monday evening market features local, farm-fresh food and products straight from the source in a neighborhood known for its traditional butchers and bakers. Now in partnership with the Warszawa Music Festival, Mondays at 7 p.m.
The vibrant scene on Tuesday evening (4-7 p.m.) at the Tremont Farmer's market makes it one of the city's most popular. Featuring chef demonstrations, live music, participation from Tremont shops and restaurants. EBT accepted.
Right in the heart of Cleveland Clinic's Main Campus, this midday Wednesday market features local farmers and artisan food producers, health screenings and live music.
Located in the vibrant Highland Square neighborhood of Akron and managed by Countryside Conservancy, this producers-only Thursday evening (4-7 p.m.) market features over 20 local food vendors. Meet the farmers who grow or make fresh fruits and vegetables, sustainably-raised meats, baked goods, and loads more.
On Friday (and Saturday) in a converted, purple shipping container just north of the West Side Market, you can buy from Cleveland's largest urban farm and its five tenants, The Refugee Response, Cleveland Crops, Central Roots, the CMHA Green Team and Great Lakes Brewing.
One of the biggest and longest running farmer's markets in Northeast Ohio, the Saturday morning market in between the light rail tracks at Shaker Square has great local food, plants, crafts, shops and restaurants.
This Sunday market has a lot going for it -- urban and regional farmers, live music, cooking demonstrations and valuable giveaways. Outdoor location starts June 14.
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