Established in approximately 1919, the West Allis Farmers Market has been a source of fine fresh produce for generations of families. Grandparents and parents have brought their children and relatives to shop at one of the largest, if not the oldest, established Farmers Markets in southeastern Wisconsin. One reason that the West Allis Market shines above the rest is that all the farmers at the market have to raise what they sell. If you want only the freshest produce grown in Wisconsin, shop the West Allis Farmers Market. The West Allis Farmer’s Market is open Saturdays from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm from May to Thanksgiving. A wide range of produce arrives at the market throughout the year. If you can’t pick it yourself, the West Allis Farmers Market is your best bet.
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