Tuesday Market returns at Eastern Market through Oct. 28 - New York News

Tuesday Market returns at Eastern Market through Oct. 28

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DETROIT (WJBK) - Tuesdays at Detroit Eastern Market return on June 17th for a fourth season with the Detroit Lions on board as the presenting sponsor. Launched in 2011, the Tuesday Market is a smaller version of the Saturday Market tradition featuring produce, specialty foods, food trucks and wellness activities.

"We're thrilled to have the Detroit Lions on board as presenting sponsor to kick-off the fourth season of our Tuesday Market," said Fiona Ruddy, Tuesday Market Manager and Director of Food Access for Detroit Eastern Market. "The Tuesday Market has proven to be an important market for shoppers looking to buy high-quality, affordable produce and gain exposure to wellness activities while shopping."

The Tuesday Market, open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., is a seasonal market day that aligns with the harvest season and runs June 17th through October 28th with a special holiday market the week of Thanksgiving on Tuesday, November 25th.

Tuesday Market also features additional wellness programming such as a Detroit Public Library Bookmobile, midday yoga and Zumba classes and cooking demonstrations for seniors.
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