Special Events

(Schedule in tentative and may change at any time)
Market Hours: noon-7 p.m. each Friday
Sheridan Center Open Air Pavilion, Heritage Park
Walks begin at approximately noon!

Opening Day, Friday, June 2


Opening day at the Taylor Farmer's Market will start with a Healthy Taylor Walk around Heritage Park at noon. Mayor Rick Sollars will attend the opening before staffers lead the walk. 

The market will give away marigold flower seedlings for free (while they last!). The marigold is the official City of Taylor flower. No annual is more cheerful or easier to grow than marigolds. These flowers are the spendthrifts among annuals, showing a wealth of gold, copper, and brass into our summer and autumn gardens. The flower’s popularity probably derives in part from its ability to bloom brightly all summer long.

The Youth Arts Competition will be featured in the pavilion, with the winners announced at 5 p.m. Several categories involving different age groups will be part of the competition.

Power of Produce Day -- kids shop the market with tokens and engage in POP activities.

June 9

Harvest of the Month Day! It's "Buy your Berries!" day at the market. Look for a featured berry ... and enjoy the market!

Healthy Taylor Walk with a Doc -- Dr. Caira Prince (increasing physical activity)
Free Health Screenings

June 16

It's "Get Out and Ride" day at the market, featuring a bicycle helmet giveaway from State Sen. Hoon Yung Hopgood. Great way to get your child outfitted with the right helmet! Also a POP Day!

June 23 -- Market closed for Taylor Summer Festival



June 30

It's an American flag giveaway at the market! Get with the red, white and blue!
Free Health Screenings

Walk with a Doc -- Dr. Lucy Sternburgh (mindfulness of health and well being)

July 7

"Take me out to the ballgame" at the market. Drawing will be held for Detroit Tigers tickets and there will be a baseball giveaway. Also a Harvest of the Month Day! Also a POP Day.

Healthy Taylor Walk -- U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell

July 14

It's "Kids Day" at the market with free entry to the Lamarand Splash Field and bounce houses. Stop by and join the fun. Free Popsicles for children under 12.

Walk with a Doc -- Dr. Roskos (stress management)
Free Health Screenings

July 21 (Market closes at 5 p.m.)

In the tradition of the Telegraph Cruise, which kicks off this weekend, the market will offer a car flavor. We welcome classic cars to display in the parking lot in front of the Sheridan Center Open Air Pavilion (register at noon by seeing Market Manager Thom Ouellette; cars on display from 1-5 p.m.). No fee. Prizes will be handed out. Children's crafts will include a focus on motorized vehicles. It's also a POP Day.

Healthy Taylor Walk (includes a residents' forum with the representative) -- State Rep. Erika Geiss

July 28


It's the "Dog Days of Summer" and we'll be in fine form with a pet basket drawing and a pet treat vendor onsite
Free Health Screenings

August 4

Salute your "Local Heroes" and check out police and fire vehicles on hand. Children's crafts will focus on safety! Also a POP Day.

Healthy Taylor Walk -- Police Chief Mary Sclabassi

August 11

Harvest of the Month Day! It's all about "Health and Wellness" with screenings, information booths and special guests. Also a POP Day.

Walk with a Doc -- Dr. Caira Prince (making physical activity a routine)
Free Health Screenings


August 18

It's "Art in the Market" with art vendors and a chalk competition.

August 25

Celebrate "Back to School" at the market with a backpack raffle and DECA students in the marketplace!

Walk with a Doc -- Dr. Shabana Khan (diabetes)
Free Health Screenings

September 1

It's a "Harvest Market" including a canning class, canning vendors and a corn roast.

September 8 (Market is closed)



September 15

Harvest of the Month Day! Celebrate the arrival of autumn and enjoy the outdoors!

Walk with a Doc -- Dr. Caira Prince (keep active in the winter monthes)

September 22

Amazing Apples is the featured subject including cider, donuts and children's crafts.
Free Health Screenings

September 29

"Fall Fest" will feature pumpkin decorating!