Whitewater City Market
2023 Outdoor Market Live Music Schedule
10/3: Andy Braun (Folk-Rock guitarist)
10/10: Andrus & The Mariners (American Folk music)
10/17: Keith Minikel (Classic & Alternative Rock)
10/24: Open Mic!
Attend the Market!
Tuesdays May - October: 4 PM to 7 PM
Whitewater Historic Depot (Surrounding area and parking lot)
301 W Whitewater St, Whitewater, WI 53190
Saturdays Nov - April: 10 AM to Noon
Irvin L Young Memorial Library
431 W Center St, Whitewater, WI 53190
Whitewater City Market
We bring together farmers, artisans, food vendors, musicians, and the community. Tues. 4-7p May-Sept, 4-6p Sept-Oct, & Sat. 10a-12p Nov-Apr.
Meet the Vendors
Best Taste offers Turkish home baked goods: variety of cookies (butter cookies with dates, peanut butter, decorated with color sugar), baklava, pita bread, butter bread with almonds and raisins, and butter bread with dates.
Kimberly Vogel is an author & illustrator who writes fiction book in multiple styles of genres.
Bowers Lake Coffee is a micro-roaster specializing in freshly roasted organic coffee.
Phone: (262) 391-5549
Creek Farm offers locally grown lavender and products made from it: soap, lotion, lip balm, bug spray, essential oil, and hot/cold packs.
Fremont Sweets serves freshly baked goods made from quality ingredients.
Phone: (262) 384-1024
Glas All Naturals offers all natural cheese spreads, sauce, dips and cheddar cheese.
Phone: (262) 745-6876
Kit's Knits creates fiber art.
Kettle Moraine Honey is a sustainable apiary dedicated to producing high quality honey and beeswax products.
Phone: (262) 472-0507
Kombucha is a festively fizzy natural drink that everyone's craving.
Kristie's Creative Kitchen offers jams, pickled items, lotion bars, and occasionally baked goods.
Phone: (262) 705-7745
Lyn Louise Crafting Co. makes handcrafted and custom items perfect for home decor gifts.
Mudders Dream creates handmade functional and sculptural pottery.
Phone: (262) 949-1066
My Farm grows high end vegetables, herbs and flowers. In the most sustainable and healthiest ways possible to fit your needs and the environments.
Phone: (262) 473-9669
Pop's Kettle Corn is home of the Best Kettle Corn in Wisconsin. They cook in two areas of the Badger State. It's truly a Mom and Pop shop, with Terri and Richard cooking around the clock to appease the Kettle Corn cravings in Wisconsin.
Phone: (414) 552-2079
Pat Hall is an award-winning children's books author and creates hand-decorated Ukrainian-style goose eggs.
Quednow's Heirloom Apple Orchard is one of Wisconsin's finest apple orchards, using as organic of products as possible, keeping to the way nature intended.
Phone: (262) 501-9033
Soap of the Earth offers handmade soaps using only the best natural ingredients from the earth. They raise goats, bees, herbs, and flowers for the production of their goat milk soap on their 1872 farmstead in Whitewater's countryside.
Address: N221 Cold Spring Rd, Whitewater, WI
Phone: (608) 359-1015
The Sophisticated Lady out of Janesville, WI creates “superfood” skin products after struggling with her own dry skin issues, and now offers whipped body butters, moisturizing scrubs, and body washes made from shea, mango, and kukui nut butters, as well as magnesium oils.
Phone: (608) 220-3411
Stephani's Spot offers jams, jellies, pickled items, sauces, dip mixes, quick breads, and seasonal baked goods.
Studio 84 is a nonprofit art studio, gallery, and gift store that specializes in the creative development of people with disabilities.
Address: 121 W. Center St.
Whitewater, WI 53190
Sowl Foods offers certified organic seedlings and produce.
The Urban Forestry Commission makes recommendations to the City Forester and Parks & Recreation Board concerning the care of city trees and shrubs planted in the rights-of-way of all streets or highways, or in any park or other public areas of the city.
The Vegetable Stand offers local produce.
Wild Roots Produce offers locally grown veggies and herbs, homemade jam, and pickled items.
Whitewater Grocery Coop is Whitewater's and the surrounding area's (future) friendly neighborhood grocer supporting fresh and local products.
Phone: (262) 720-2121
Yellow Door Nursery of Whitewater, WI provides annuals and baskets in May and mums and pumpkins in September.
Phone: (414) 534-8562
Sell / Volunteer
Interested in learning what our vendor guidelines are for the market? Find those guidelines here.
Our summer application is currently closed. Our indoor market runs November to April and applications are accepted August 15 through Sept 28. Fill out a vendor application here.
Any additional inquiries regarding becoming a vendor for the market can be emailed to: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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:
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."