Ann Arbor Farmers Market
Kerrytown is a historic district in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is approximately bound by Main Street to the west, Depot Street to the north, Division Street to the east, and Huron Street to the south. It is known for its brick streets and sidewalks, diverse array of shops, and vibrant culture. It is home to several iconic establishments, including the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, the Kerrytown Concert House, Zingerman's Deli, the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, and Community High School. Kerrytown is also known for its LGBT population and progressive politics.
Kerrytown was part of the original Village of Annarbour, incorporated in 1833, and was named after County Kerry, Ireland.