Downtown Imlay City's Annual Events
Every year, Imlay City Downtown Development Authority offers many different events to highlight our community! We encourage all local and surrounding-area residents to come join in on the fun. Enjoy our downtown district businesses, stroll through our beautifully landscaped streets, and take advantage of our free events!
Imlay City Farmers Market
The Imlay City Farmers Market is Farm Fresh and Locally Grown!
Our local farmers market operates in Downtown Imlay City on the corner of Third and Main Streets, across the street from the post office.
In 2023, we are scheduling a regular weekly market day:
- THURSDAYS, 10 AM - 4 PM, during Market Season. Our Regular Season Market will be open for 18 weeks, opening on June 15th through October 12th.
FOOD TRUCKS WANTED! We love having Michigan food trucks join us at all of our Downtown Imlay City Events. If you are interested in setting up with us, please contact our Market Manager Patti Biolchini (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the DDA Executive Director Christine Malzahn (email@example.com) for more information on upcoming events (Farmers Markets, Concerts, Community Events, etc). There is a Peddlers Permit required by the City of Imlay City; see Imlay City Peddlers Permit here.
Interested in Being a Vendor?
If you are interested in being a vendor on our Thursday 10 AM - 4 PM market day, please read the Imlay City Farmers Market Rules Regulations 2023 and fill out our THURSDAY Regular Season Application 2023 Imlay City Farmers Market
For more information or questions regarding the Imlay City Farmers Market, contact our market manger Patti Biolchini firstname.lastname@example.org or the DDA Executive Director Christine Malzahn! Call Imlay City Hall at (810) 724 -2135 or email email@example.com.
2023 FREE Summer Concert Series
Our Summer Concert Series runs June through August, offering 8 performances with a variety of paid artists in Lamb Steele Park. All concerts will begin at 7:00 PM unless stated otherwise and play through until 8:30 PM.
The concerts are rain or shine, in case of inclement weather, the performances will be moved to the old Fire Hall located at 338 Third Street (across the street from Lamb Steele Park). Watch our facebook page for any updates.
Thank you for making our Summer Concerts Series a success. Check back when the weather warms up for our new schedule
The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) strengthens arts and culture in Michigan by increasing its visibility; supporting arts education; encouraging new, creative and innovative works of art; and broadening cultural understanding. A key conduit for arts and cultural information, MCACA is also a source of arts and culture grant funding.