Whitewater City Market

Whitewater City Market, established in 2015, brings area farmers, artisans, food vendors, live music, and the community together, not only for a unique shopping experience, but a celebration of what is local.

2024 Outdoor Market Live Music Schedule COMING SOON!

Attend the Market!

  • When

    Tuesdays May 7th - September 22nd: 4 PM to 7 PM & September 22nd-October 29th: 4 PM to 6 PM

  • Where

    Whitewater Historic Depot (Surrounding area and parking lot)
    301 W Whitewater St, Whitewater, WI 53190

  • When

    Saturdays Nov - April: 10 AM to Noon

  • Where

    Irvin L Young Memorial Library
    431 W Center St, Whitewater, WI 53190

Whitewater City Market

That feeling when you open your fridge the morning after a trip to the city market and see all the fresh goodies you picked up. Summer produce is here, and it’s delicious! ...

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Tuesday evenings in Whitewater. 😍 ...

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We`re here and ready for you in the Cravath Lakefront parking lot! We do have some parking open next to the Cravath Community Center for patrons of the market. See you soon! ...

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Meet the Vendors

Welcome to the 2024 outdoor season! Stay updated with regular spotlights featuring our current market vendors.

Sell / Volunteer

​Interested in learning what our vendor guidelines are for the market? Find those guidelines here.

Our summer application is open.

Any additional inquiries regarding becoming a vendor for the market can be emailed to: whitewatercitymarket@gmail.com

Whitewater City Market relies on volunteers like you to continue as a fun, community event that supports our local food, artisans, and artists.

  • Help us set-up or take down

  • Manage our information tent & answer questions (and hand out our sushi bandaids when needed!)

  • Be a market walker offering water to our vendors

  • Enjoy the courtyard while helping us keep beer in designated areas

  • Plan, lead, or assist children's activities

Want to find out more or join in on the fun? Email us: whitewatercitymarket@gmail.com

Cottage Baking Law

On October 2, 2017, Wisconsin home bakers became allowed to legally sell their not-potentially hazardous baked goods directly to customers.

Here are two resources that give you all the information needed to understand Cottage Baking Law:

  1. WI Cottage Food Law
  2. "Best Practices for Selling Baked Goods"

Organic Farm Certification

"As a farmer, retailer or other business, gaining USDA organic certification status is a savvy and ethical business move. However, it's not enough to simply claim "organic." You must make sure that your product is carrying the certified USDA Organic Seal.

The USDA National Organic Standard Seal not only shows your ongoing commitment to a healthy planet but assures consumers and buyers that your product meets stringent USDA organic certification requirements. It will make your product more marketable and profitable."

  1. "How to Get USDA Organic Certification"
  2. "Organic 101: Five Steps to Organic Certification"
  3. Programs, Services, and Educational Materials