In response to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus we've made some changes to this year's market. There will be no Makers Market, and all activities including live music and yoga have been cancelled. We know these changes will disappoint some, but we are committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure your safety and the wellbeing of the communities we serve. Follow us on social media for more updates and information.
The Best Way to
Start Your Saturday
The Tosa Farmers Market is a local not-for-profit organization that carefully curates the best, freshest foods in the region, but it’s more than that. It’s a community hub for foodies, cyclists, coffee-lovers, music fans, yogis, kids — and all their neighbors.
Each week we bring together the best farmers and food producers in the region. From seasonal favorites to year-round staples, you'll find exactly what you're craving.
DOUBLE UP TO $10 EACH WEEK
FoodShare Benefits Accepted Here!
We are proud to offer recipients of FoodShare (the program formerly known as Food Stamps) the opportunity to use their SNAP/QUEST benefits at the Tosa Farmers Market! You can swipe your QUEST card at our market Info Booth to purchase tokens that act as “cash” at the market.
Plus, we’ll double up to $10 in tokens each week. That means you’ll receive $20 to spend at the market when you withdraw $10 from your account. You may keep unused tokens and use them the next time you shop at the Tosa Farmers Market. Tokens do not have an expiration date.
Your Next Great Meal Starts in Tosa
We’ve cataloged some of our favorite recipes, all of which can be made from ingredients found at the Tosa Farmers Market.
We Support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin
Every Saturday since 2011, TFM vendors generously fill bins with their unsold products, resulting in thousands of pounds of food being donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin. Most of this food is used to make convenient to-go meals for families who stay at the Ronald McDonald House and spend their days at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Having access to free meals made from fresh ingredients is an enormous help. When you support Tosa Farmers Market vendors, you support families in need.
The not-for-profit Tosa Farmers Market runs on the generosity of local business sponsorships. We are grateful to these community partners for making the market happen week after week, year after year.