Highlighting Wisconsin farmers, food producers, local makers and educational opportunities, Tosa Farmers Market is a not-for-profit organization that acts as a community gathering place for all including foodies, cyclists (the market is on the Oak Leaf bike trail), coffee-lovers, music fans, yogis, kids — and more. This farmers market in Wauwatosa runs on sponsorships through the generosity of local businesses.
Every week, the public farmers market hosts about 45 farmers that provide produce, plants, cut flowers, bread and baked goods, award-winning cheese, coffee, waffles, popsicles, fish, meat and poultry, and prepared breakfast and dinner items. Make sure to check out this Milwaukee area farmers market on the first Saturday of each month for the Makers Market that features a juried selection of local artisans selling handmade arts and crafts.
This open-air market is located at 7720 Harwood Ave in Tosa Village. Along with fresh produce and other artisan creations, you’ll find live music, outdoor yoga, kids programs, a community booth, cooking demonstrations and more.