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LANDS WE SHARE INITIATIVE - LOCAL FARMING TALK. Join our friends at the Hoard Historical Museum THIS THURSDAY for an amazing traveling exhibition, talk and community farm dinner!

The Wisconsin Farms Oral History Project, a non-profit with the purpose of giving a voice back to farmers, is hosting its third Community Dinner and Conversation at the Hoard Historical Museum in Fort Atkinson as a part of the Lands We Share initiative, a traveling exhibit and conversation tour that features six farm sites.

The upcoming dinner on Thursday, December 13 is focusing on local farming in Jefferson county with a look at several family farms including the Vang C&C farm, a Hmong-owned vegetable farm near Fort Atkinson.

The dinners are open to the public, but we recommend reserving tickets in advance to secure a spot. To reserve a ticket visit

"The Lands We Share project will be featured on Wisconsin Life this Wednesday morning during NPR's Morning Edition. To hear past Wisconsin Life features on the Lands We Share project, see:…
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Throwback Thursday to the Fort Farmers Market this past Saturday! Our team had a fun time handing out reusable market bags, and crafting with BASE Fort Atkinson! #shoplocal ... See MoreSee Less

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Firstly, THANK YOU all for coming out to the 🎄HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE & MARKET🎄 on Saturday! We hope you enjoyed the music, art, activities, unique artisans & vendors, strolling carolers and trolley. What a great city we live in!!!

It wouldn't have been possible without -
❄️❄️ YOU, our committed CUSTOMERS,
❄️❄️ Our awesome VENUES: First Congregational Church, St. Peter's Episcopal, Creamery 201, Soulful Toad, Fort Atkinson, Fort Atkinson Club, Cafe Carpe, and American Legion Post #166,
❄️❄️ Dedicated SPONSORS: Fort HealthCare, FCCU, UnitedHealthcare, Fort Arts Council, and the Heart of the City,
❄️❄️ AND stellar VOLUNTEERS!!

And now what you've all been curious about... the WINNERS of the 11th annual 🎄HOLIDAY MARKET BINGO🎄!

🎄 $50 in MARKET BUCKS to be used at the Fort Farmers Market in 2019.... Kathy Mills!
🎄 This beautiful GIFT BASKET (worth over $100!)... Tammy Studzinski!
🎄 $200 in Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce CHAMBER BUCKS... Jamie Jones!

Winners: we'll be in touch via email and phone to coordinate pick-up of your prizes. CONGRATS!!!

Tune into Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce on WEDNESDAY to learn of the BIG RED BOX winner!
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Do these look familiar to anyone? Found in the elevator at Creamery 201.

Please share, so we can find the owner.
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About Fort Farmers Market

WHO? The Fort Farmers Market proudly hosts 36+ vendors each Saturday and over 50+ vendors at our monthly Arts Saturdays (last Saturday of the month). Farmers, bakers, crafters, gardeners and community groups come from Fort Atkinson, Jefferson County and some nearby counties – all mostly within a 30 mile radius. Products include: Vegetables & Fruit (including Certified Organic); Baked Goods (including Gluten Free); Pickled & Jam Products; Beef, Pork, Chicken, Goat & Lamb; Cheese & Eggs; Marshmallows, Honey & Maple Syrup; Jewelry, Woodcraft & Textiles; Plants and Flower Bouquets. We have music every Saturday as well as many other arts, wellness and community programs. See our Facebook page for details.

WHERE?  The Fort Atkinson Farmers Market is located 1 block off of South Main Street just across the street from the Fort Atkinson Post Office on Milwaukee Ave. The main entrances are on South Water St and through the Theater Bathrooms on Milwaukee St. Parking is avaible on the South Water Street Parking Lot near the Police Station or on side streets.

WHEN? May thru October; Saturday mornings from 8am – 12pm





Our vendors come from farms and home businesses located just down the road from where you live. When you purchase something you’re supporting neighbors who are improving the local economy and truly representing Wisconsin at it’s best.

A list of 2018 Vendors will be provided in the coming weeks.

Each vendor at the market signs an agreement that confirms that they have made or produced the goods at market. We are confident in their means of production, but as consumers we recommend that you ask questions and learn about where your food comes from. It’s a great thing for your kids to find out about as well.


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