Enjoy What Left of Summer at the Midtown Farmers Market!


As summer rolls on and vacations wind down, we are slowly reminded that back to school is around the corner.   All the more reason to enjoy what’s left of summer at the Midtown Farmers Market. Come and enjoy some of the great programming we have this month. On August 6th the Market will host additional food trucks for a second, more accessible iteration of our Food Truck Fest. On August 13th we ask you all to show your support of the market and #FeedtheCarrot. 150912_Ppl_(10).JPGThe Market is always looking for volunteers to help with fundraising effort.  If you’re interested in pitching in, email our Assistant Manager, Mallory, at [email protected]. Then on August 20th we will celebrate the Latino Community in South Minneapolis with our 3rd Annual Festival del Maíz. The day will include music from Alma Andina and Javier Trejo, dance with Ketzalcoatlicue, a seed art activity with local artist Tammy Ortegón, a Midtown Flavors cooking demo, a special guest vendor Ricardo Levins Morales, and we will continue with the 4th installment of our Summer Poetry Series featuring local poet Teresa Ortiz, thanks to Wellington Management. Be sure to check it out! Midtown will also host our third and final blood drive with Memorial Blood Centers on August 27th.

Some items you’re sure to find include:

Fruits—raspberries, blueberries, strawberries and apples.  Vegetables and Herbs—cabbage, onions, cauliflower, beets, broccoli, potatoes, cucumbers, green beans, zucchini, peter pan squash, lettuce, green garlic, kohlrabi, snap peas, arugula, kale, swiss chard, collard greens, spinach, fennel, microgreens, carrots, radishes, snow peas, romaine, hot peppers, green 150825_MP_(4).JPGpeppers, peas, green onions, tomatoes, garlic scapes, sweet corn, basil, parsley, cilantro, and other potted and cut herbs. Flowers and Plants—assorted cut flowers, potted flowers and plants.  Animal Products—cage free eggs, pasture raised pork and lamb, free range chicken, salamis and other artisan meats, aged and fresh cheeses, honey. Canned and Prepared Foods--maple syrup, pickles, preserves, hot sauces, herb and vegetable sauces, breads, cookies, scones, and other baked goods, granola, kettle corn. Hot and Ready-to-Eat Foods-- bubble tea, popsicles, omelettes, boiled and fried peanuts, tacos, burritos, tamales, samosas, chana masala, coffee, tea, mango lassis, and other refreshments. Arts, Crafts, and More-- Books, clothespin bags, art, aprons, garden work baskets, birdbaths, fiber toys, sewing and mending services, handcrafted jewelry, sun prints, home goods, photography, and stationary, trellis, birdhouses, feeders, picture frames, flower boxes, tables, signs, cabinets, and more.

The Midtown Farmers Market is located at the corner of E. Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue at 2225 E. Lake Street and offers fresh, local goods every Saturday 8:00am-1:00pm from May-June and Tuesday from 3:00pm-7:00pm June-October.

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