Market Relationships — Our Organizations & Friends

The Sunday Artisan Market is a member of the following organizations:

Kerrytown District Association
Arts Alliance
Destination Ann Arbor (formerly the  Ann Arbor Area Convention and Visitors Bureau)  – Visit this local web site for a list of things to see and do while you’re in the area. You’ll find restaurants, museums, and an array of events — things for the entire family.

Friends who support us financially and otherwise: 

Diane Sheffrey — A longtime Market vendor who has made monetary donations to the Market. Diane’s Baubles business offers fused glass and fiber arts.

Gretchen’s House — Locally owned and operated with seven childcare centers in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with satellite centers in Chelsea, Lansing, and Houghton. Gretchen’s House in Ann Arbor lets us use some of their space for Market meetings.

Friends who let us put our marketing materials in their businesses or who have advertised in our promotional materials:

16 Hands — 407 N. Fifth (Kerrytown Market & Shops), (734) 761-1110

Ann Arbor District Library — various branches. General information: (734) 327-4200

Aut Bar — 315 Braun Court, (734) 994-3677 — 2411 Packard St., Suite A,  (734) 214-3000

Collected Works — 303 Detroit St., #107, (734) 995-4222

Common Cycle — 416 W. Huron, Suite 11. Open Sundays, 11am-3pm

Everyday Wines — Kerrytown  Market & Shops (1st floor), (734) 827-9463

First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor1432 Washtenaw Ave.,  (734) 662-4466

Found — 415 N. Fifth (Kerrytown Market & Shops), (734) 302-3060

Hollander’s410 N. Fourth Ave. (Kerrytown Market & Shops), (734) 741-7531

Kerrytown Concert House — 415 N. Fourth Ave., (734) 769-2999

Moonwinks Cafe — 5151 Plymouth Rd., (734) 994-5151

MudPuddles Toys — 407 N. Fifth (Kerrytown Market & Shops),  (734) 662-0022

Oz Music — 1920 Packard St., (734) 662-8283

Roos Roast1155 Rosewood St., Ste. B, (734) 222-9202; 117 E. Liberty, (734) 369-2494

Spun — 407 N.Fifth (Kerrytown Market & Shops) (734) 780-7867

Stadium Pharmacy — 1930 W. Stadium Blvd. (West Stadium Shopping Center), (734) 913-4752

Sweetwaters — 407 N. Fifth Ave (Kerrytown Market & Shops), (734) 622-0084

The Bead Gallery — 311 E. Liberty, (734) 663-6800

Trillium Real Estate — 323 Braun Court, (734) 302-3011

Urbanwood — 2420 S. Industrial Hwy. (Reuse Center), (734) 222-7880

Village Kitchen — 241 N. Maple (Maple Village Shopping Center), (734) 995-0054

Washtenaw Dairy — 602 S. Ashley St., (734) 662-3244

Westgate Animal Clinic — 2455 W. Stadium Blvd. (Westgate Shopping Center), (734) 996-9311

Yourist Studio Gallery — 1133 Broadway, (734) 662-4914

Explore the Neighborhood

When you visit our Market, make time to enjoy the local shops, restaurants, museums and other activities.  Once you do, you’ll want to visit often!  Here’s a short list to get you started.


aut\BAR (in Braun Court) – Supporting the gay community; great food and service.
No Thai!  – A simple menu of Thai staples.  Diners choose their level of spiciness.
Sweetwaters – Coffee, espresso, teas, pastries, cake, quiche and more.
Zingermans – Famous deli in the heart of Kerrytown.


People’s Food Co-op – Natural foods cooperative offering local, fair-trade, and organic foods and other healthy products.
Ann Arbor Farmers Market  – Open Wednesdays and Saturdays on the same site as The Sunday Artisan Market.  You’ll find plants, flowers, honey, produce fresh from the farms, crafts, and lots more.


Kerrytown Market and Shops – Over 20 unique shops, a courtyard, and a 7-ton chime (made up of 17 bells!) in the tower.
Catching Fireflies – Gift items/whimsical goodies to brighten your day.
Fourth Avenue Birkenstock   – Shoes and sandals.  Largest Birkenstock selection in the area.

Common Language Bookstore — One of the last remaining LGBT and feminist bookstores in America. The bookstore hosts regular events.

Other things to do in the neighborhood:

Kerrytown Concert House – Classical, inspirational experimental music, in an intimate venue.
Motte and Bailey Booksellers
Hands on Museum – Inspiring people to discover the wonder of science, math and technology.

Other neighbors:

Community High School – Michigan’s Liberal Arts and Science High School
Arbor Web – Ann Arbor Online – by the Ann Arbor Observer