Market welcomes FoodShare Market organizers announced that this year for the first time since its launch in 1998, SSFM will accept payments made with FoodShare benefits, Wisconsin’s version of the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The market is partnering with the Bay View Community Center (BVCC) to institute the program. How it works BecauseContinue reading “SSFM Volunteers Needed”
April 30, 2021 By Sheila Julson The celebrated South Shore Farmers Market (SSFM) has become a community mainstay since it began in 1998. It’s one of the events that defines Bay View. For the second year in a row, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the SSFM committee to implement safety protocols. Many pandemic safety guidelinesContinue reading “Woof, Woof! South Shore Farmers Market Returns June 19”
By Stephanie Harling, Mary Beth Driscoll and Ann Hippensteel The South Shore Farmers Market plans to open June 20. Organizers were given approval to proceed by Milwaukee County officials, along with steps that must be implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The market season is currently scheduled to be held each Saturday from 8amContinue reading “Pandemic brings changes to Bay View’s beloved summer market”
Organizers were given approval to proceed by Milwaukee County officials, along with steps that must be implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The market season is currently scheduled to be held each Saturday from 8am to Noon, begining June 20th.
News Update: The South Shore Farmers Market is scheduled to open our 22nd season on Saturday, June 20th at 8am. This simple statement, however, belies the many changes that visitors to the Market will experience this year. The first priority will be the safety and health of our customers, vendors and staff. To achieve this,Continue reading “What to Expect for SSFM as of June 2”