Sneak Peek of the Future Public Market on May 8!


Wednesday, May 8
5-7 PM
200 N. First Street (Fleet Services Building)

Join the City of Madison and the Madison Public Market Foundation on Wednesday, May 8 to share feedback on updated designs for the Madison Public Market and to tour the building that will be the Market’s future home.

Our design team has begun their work and we are looking to hear your thoughts on the initial plans. You’ll get an update on the latest designs for the Market, a chance to sample tasty treats and view unique artisan crafts from local merchants, and a first look at the unique Fleet Services building that will soon be the Market’s home.

Stop by this open house style, free event! Online RSVP appreciated, but not required.

You can also visit our Facebook event page.

For more information about the event or about Madison’s first Public Market, contact us at info@madisonpublicmarket.org

Merchants
These new business and local favorites will be at this event providing free samples and full portions of their delicious cuisine for sale. Try them all!

Artesan Fruit
Bohemian Bauble
Caracas Empanadas
Ember Foods
Café Social
Grasshopper Goods
Just Coffee
Madre Yerba
Savvy Pet Foods
QB’s Magnetic Creations
Melly Mels
Landmark Creamery
Perfect Imperfections
Madame Chu Delicasies
SuperCharge! Foods
Ugly Apple

Opportunities to learn and give feedback
The Public Market Design team has produced the first draft of updated plans for the Market. This is your opportunity to provide feedback and be a part of the process. Interactive stations set up around the event will include topics such as:

Guiding Design Principles and Priorities
Site Plan
Floor Plan/Vendor Layout
Market Kitchen
Event Space
Sustainability Features

Getting to the Event
Getting to our Market home is easy! Fleet Services is located at the corner of E. Johnson and First Street. Vehicle parking for this event is available in the shopping mall lot at the corner of First St. and E. Wash. You can plan your bus ride with Madison Metro on Google Maps.

“After being involved with the MPM planning for over a decade, I could not be happier for city leaders and staff, and more importantly the entrepreneurs that will make it special, that this project is inching its way towards reality. The Madison Public Market will be a unique center of excellence serving the Madison Region in the agriculture, food and beverage industry. It will also anchor the Cap East District, making it even more dynamic. Kudos to all those involved.” - Michael Gay, Senior Vice President of Economic Development, Madison Region Economic Partnership

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