Monthly Outdoor Market Returns to Huron Township

As summer approaches, it is once again time to get ready for the New Boston Downtown Development Authority’s Outdoor Market.
“The success of last year’s markets have created seven new markets this year,” said Johan Sutton, chairwoman of the DDA committee that plans the markets. “We are excited to show off our little village off to the surrounding communities.”
Last year, the DDA held three markets in its first year holding the event. This year, there will be seven markets taking place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the third Sunday of every month, starting next Sunday and running through November.
The increase in the number of markets was due to feedback from vendors and shoppers last year, Sutton said.
The markets will take place at the Samuel Adams Historical Museum, 37236 Huron River Drive, which also will be open for tours. They will feature vendors selling pies and baked goods to candles and fresh vegetables. Contact 734-753-3447 for more information.
While some of the vendors at the outdoor markets would be similar to what is seen at a farmers market, Sutton said that these markets are different.
The first market will feature a perennial exchange, which will see people trade perennials that were brought from home or get perennials in exchange for a small donation. Each market will have a theme, come join the fun in Huron Township/New Boston area.  

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