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REMINDER: Greendale Open Market Makes its First Debut on Broad Street

Open market, which is being moved from the Municipal Parking Lot to Broad street, will feature vendors selling homegrown vegetables, pastries, Mexican baked goods, handmade jewelry, meats, crocheted items and much more.

People who frequent the Greendale Summer Open Market should remember that the market has been moved from the Municipal Parking Lot to Broad Street after the

The market will make its first Broad Street debut this Saturday. There is only a block difference so it won’t be difficult to find. The Open Market begins June 23 and is held every other Saturday through Oct. 20. Keep in mind that the move will require closing off Broad Street. 

There will still be openings at the end of the parking lots to allow people to continue to park on Broad Street and the freeing up of the Municipal Parking Lot will open up more spaces. Alternate route signs will be placed so that people know to use Parking Street to go around. 

The move was inspired after Trustee Jim Birmingham, also owner of , spoke with the Greendale Village Business Association, an organization made up of Village Center business owners. They hope the move would bring more people to the Village Center and improve the visibility of the market. 

See the attached flyer for a list of vendors.

2012 Greendale Open Market 8 a.m. to noon

June 23
July 7 & 21
August 4, 18 & 25
September 8 & 22
October 6 & 20

Jeffrey Ferchoff June 22, 2012 at 01:31 PM
This will be a great move... We are looking to enhance the market with wine and beer tastings.. Frozen custard samples from Ferchs etc.
Don June 22, 2012 at 03:35 PM
Beer tasting at 8am??????????? lol
Dave Bauer June 22, 2012 at 03:40 PM
Greendale 75th Anniversary Committee will have a booth set up in front of Ferch's. Come and see what we have to offer for the 75th celebration.

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