Dogs are welcome at the market, but…..*Dogs must be kept on a short (no more than 6ft), non-extendable leash. No exceptions.
*Dogs must be kept under control and by your side at all times at the market.
*Keep dogs away from produce, plants and other food products. This means head and tail ends!
*Your dog must be friendly to people, children and other dogs to earn the right to shop the market.
*Not everyone is a dog lover and some people have allergies: Be considerate.
*Take your dog potty before the market & come prepared to clean up after your dog!
Please feel free to contact the Board of Directors at firstname.lastname@example.org or the manager at email@example.com.
- No Solicitation
No soliciting, hand-billing, circulating of petitions, protesting, or demonstrating by political, religious, commercial or other groups or individuals is permitted in the Market 6am-2pm.
- No Smoking
There is no smoking allowed within the Market area.
- Walk Bikes
For safety reasons, bikes may not be ridden in the Market. They may be parked on the perimeter or walked through the Market.
New to the market? Here are 10 helpful shopping tips to get you started!
- Take your time and have fun browsing. Make going to the market your regular Saturday morning fun!
- Stroll all the stands to see what’s available before making your decision.
- Go green and carry one large bag rather than carry a bunch of smaller plastic bags.
- If you have a question about something for sale, just ask.
- Ask how to prepare and cook the item. Get valuable information on even the most common fruits and vegetables.
- Don’t be afraid to try something new! You may discover a new favorite food to make your summer recipes even richer and sweeter.
- Engage your kids and give them a few dollars to buy whatever produce they want to eat. It’s a good way to encourage them to eat more fruits and vegetables.
- Introduce a friend to The Janesville Farmers Market. The more the merrier! Janesville Farmers Market is the place to see and be seen.
- Familiarize yourself with the Market and its vendors by visiting regularly.
- Bring small bills and change. Make life easier for yourself and vendors by paying in small bills and change.