Yesterday, I had my first experience with a farmers market! I'm so glad that I went. Wayne State University has its own farmers market every Wednesday from 11-4 in front of Reuther Archives and the Community Arts building.
This awesome farmers market was just the right size. There were plenty of delicious options to choose from, but it wasn't too big, so I didn't get overwhelmed.
While at the farmers market I met some of the students on the SEED Wayne team who put this event together! They have such a great deal for Wayne students. If you have your student ID you can buy a coupon worth $10 to spend at the farmers market, but you only pay $5! That's half price. With that money you can get a bunch of fresh veggies, or a delicious lunch.
I hung out at the farmers market for a while, it was very peaceful. I picked up a tomato and feta salad from the Boston Street Local tent, for only $4 and I sat and watched a cooking demonstration on how to make a grilled veggie pinwheel using fresh locally grown veggies.
I highly recommend checking out the Wayne State Farmers Market every Wednesday from 11-4. The farmers market is open through October, so you have plenty of time to check it out for yourself. I know I'm making this farmers market my Wednesday afternoon priority! Maybe I will see you there.
For more info, check out the website about the farmers market-
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