Located on Northside Boulevard, the South Bend Farmer’s Market has a long history, as it was first established in 1924. The Colfax Street Bridge served as the market’s first site from 1911 to 1923, when it outgrew its location. Eventually, it moved to its current location. In 1971, a fire destroyed part of the market, and a new building opened in 1972.
The vendors at the market offer fresh local and homegrown dairy products, eggs, flowers, fruit, meat, poultry, and vegetables. Other items for sale include art, handicrafts, jewelry, and more. The market is open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. It is also open on Friday from May through September.
1105 Northside Boulevard, South Bend, Indiana, Phone: 574-282-1259 (website)
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