Frequently Asked Questions
We've made a list of the most common questions we received from marketgoers over the years, but if you can't find the answer you're looking for below, feel free to contact us.
Where is the market located?
The market is at 7720 Harwood Avenue in the Village of Wauwatosa. The market is on the Oak Leaf bike trail and accessible from downtown via State Street, and from everywhere else via I-94/I-45. The market is just blocks from MKE County Bus Routes 31 & 67.
When is the market open in 2021?
The market opens every Saturday from 8am – Noon, June 5 through October 16, 2021.
Who runs the Tosa Farmers Market?
The Tosa Farmers Market is a local not-for-profit organization, guided by a volunteer board of directors and a staff market manager. The team loves Wauwatosa and cares passionately about supporting local agriculture and business.
What's for sale at the market?
Every week, the market is home to about 45 farmers and food producers, selling a first-class mix of produce, plants, cut flowers, bread and baked goods, award-winning cheese, coffee, waffles, popsicles, fish, meat and poultry, and prepared breakfast and dinner items. The first Saturday of each month, we also add a Makers Market, featuring a juried selection of local artisans selling handmade arts and crafts.
Are dogs allowed at the market?
Our tight space isn’t a good match for dogs, so they are not permitted at the market. Service animals are always permitted and welcome, and we do sell locally made dog treats.
Does the Tosa Farmers Market allow soliciting?
No soliciting by political, commercial or other special cause groups or individuals is permitted within the boundaries of the market during market hours. Please alert someone at the Information Booth, located near the Tosa Farmers Market shed, if you are aware of such activities taking place within the market. The Market Manager will simply ask those groups or individuals to move their activities to a spot outside of the market space.