Sterling Heights Kicks Off Farmer’s Market, Park Music & Patios’ N Pints Tonight | Local News
Throughout the summer, Sterling Heights will have plenty going on on Thursday nights.
The Dodge Park Farmers’ Market started this week and will be held every Thursday evening through September from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the park.
The park is located at 40620 Utica Road in Sterling Heights, and parking is available within the park as well as at Sterling Heights Town Hall, Community Center, Library, Seniors Center, Court of District 41-A and Stevenson High School.
The supplier list includes: Divine Crystal, Hey Honey, Shell’s Natural Teanery, Ruff and Ruffles, Growing Green Gardens, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Jackson Farms, Tennerra Winery, Let’s Pop, Black Earth Farms, Rebel Naturals, K and T Cake Pops, Nonni Francesca, Fusiliers, Gracias Greenhouse, Good Fat Company, Savvy Goose Foods, Mike’s Creamy Garlic Spread, Friendly Fran, Uncle Peter’s Pasties, Sunrise Sconery and Almonds R Nuts. Available food trucks include: El Chanchito, Heavenly Hotdogs, Full Rack Barbecue, Howdy Doodles, Kawaii Bubble Tea, and Street Salad. Vendors and food trucks are subject to change.
Additionally, the 46th annual Music in the Park series kicked off Thursday at Dodge Park Amphitheater and will continue with different live acts every Thursday night through August.
And finally, the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce will be presenting Patios’ N Pints Thursday evenings from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. just outside Upton House for an outdoor craft beer garden. Visitors can enjoy premium beers, music, games and more. Each week, a new craft brewery offers some of their freshest options on tap. This week’s brewery is Blake’s Hard Cider Co.