With summer just around the corner, locals are gearing up for the promise of summertime produce. While a few veggies are beginning to pop up now, the true splendor of the seasonal harvest is awaiting in the near future. Fortunately for locals, Medina County is overflowing with local produce and homemade goodies. You can pick up your favorites at these upcoming Farmers Markets:

The Medina Farmers Market

Located in the splendid surroundings of Uptown Park at the heart of Medina Square, locals are already eagerly anticipating the return of this Saturday market. It returns May 19 and runs through October 13, giving you the opportunity to pick up everything from berries to pumpkins.

The festivities begin Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. and runs through 1 p.m. in the afternoon. This market features only homegrown and homemade goods, and its impressive diversity draws visitors from all over the region.

The Lodi Farmers Market

Downtown Lodi has a history as enriching as that of Medina Square, but it’s much cozier. The Village of Lodi puts their adorable downtown district on the map with a seasonal market that’s almost too charming for words.

Each Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon, this open air market features locally grown and produced goodies of all kinds!

Brunswick Area Historical Society Farmers Market

The scenic Historic Heritage Farm in Brunswick becomes the site of a quaint market each spring through October. Here, you’ll find all sorts of local and regional goods in an enchanting environment that will take you back in time. The market runs each Sunday beginning mid-June and running through early October.

The goods at this market range from jewelry to jams, encompassing a bit of everything in between. Plan to stop by between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Wadsworth Farmers Market

Homegrown or homemade–either way, you can find it right here in your home town! Rain or shine, this incredible market can be found in the historic Downtown district on the grounds of Central Intermediate School. Stop by Saturdays between July and September for a selection that will blow you away.

The market runs between 9 a.m. and noon. Whether you’re picking up Medina Creative Coffee or locally-grown produce, the selection here will have you returning to this charming city again and again.

Seville Farm Market

Maria Stanhope Park is an urban gem, and its picture-perfect gazebo is its crown jewel. This enchanting park is the perfect place for the Seville Farm Market, sponsored by the Seville Lions Club.

The festivities take place rain or shine every Saturday from late May through late September. Stop by between 9 a.m. and noon for an impressive selection of local goods that will make your mouth water.