Stoffer Plaza in Albion is the home of the Albion Farmer’s Market and also the French Market.
The plaza is located just east of Albion’s “Main Street” which is Superior Street.
The plaza is nicely designed with overhangs, walkways, and sculpture.
At the French Market, Albion’s Sister City group sells crepes and baked goods.
Artists show their work at the French Market.
Various groups have items for sale.
The regulars from the Farmer’s Market are also there today.
Music is a big part of the French Market.
Did we mention there is food? Really good food.
It’s a great place to run into people, enjoy food, fun and music.
Lots of adventure at Albion’s French Market.
Old friends are glad to run into each other.
Musicians were on hand for the French Market
Albion’s French Market is a relatively new event. The 6th annual Albion French Market took place on Saturday June 10, 2017 at Stoffer Plaza. Dozens of vendors were there, as well as many of the usual Farmer’s Market Vendors. In recent years the French Market has become a place for musicians, artists, and chefs to share their arts.
See an aerial tour of this same day by clicking here.