The market hosts an Informational Booth onsite each week. There is a market manager available to answer questions as well as volunteers. Here are a few of our most frequently asked questions:
When is the market open & where is it located?
The Market season starts in May and ends the last weekend of October. It is open on Sundays from 10 AM to 2 PM in Konkel Park. Konkel Park is located at 5151 W. Layton Avenue in Greenfield, WI.
Can I bring my dog?
City ordinance does not allow dogs in Konkel Park. If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact your local alderperson to discuss this ordinance.
How can I become a vendor?
Both Farmers Market and Makers Market vendors should visit the Join the Market page to view application documents. Potential vendors must meet the guidelines, follow rules and regulations and be approved by the market committee for participation.
I'm part of a Non-Profit organization. Can we participate at the market?
Non-profit organizations should also visit the Join the Market page. There is information and guidance on how non-profit booth spaces are scheduled. We welcome local community organizations who want to promote their work at the market.
Do you accept SNAP/EBT cards?
Yes! Please visit the Information Booth to swipe your SNAP/EBT card in exchange for market tokens. SNAP approved items are eligible for purchase from vendors with use of market tokens.
What types of payment are accepted at the Market?
The market Information Booth is able to exchange Credit, Debit or SNAP/EBT dollars for market tokens. These tokens may be used to purchase items at vendors of the Greenfield Farmers Market. Vendors operate as individual businesses and accept varying forms of payment, primarily cash. Some produce vendors are registered to accept WIC vouchers or Seniors Farmers Market vouchers; customers must check with specific vendors for these details.
What are Frequent Shopper Cards?
Frequent shopper cards are punch cards handed out to customers in the beginning of the market season. Customers should stop by the Information Booth on each visit to have this card punched. Those that shop the market frequently will receive a gift of gratitude at the end of the season. (Percentage of number of visits required is noted on the cards)
What's going on at The AMP?
The AMP is a great new park feature as of 2016 that will be the home to many community events. For more information, please visit The AMP City Web Page which is updated by the Parks and Recreation Department.