Mill City Farmers Market promotes local, sustainable and organic agriculture, farmers and small businesses and access to healthy local foods.

Mill City Farmers Market

09/20/2014 Autumnal Abundance

Sep
17,
2014
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The fruits of fall are here – butternut squash, cold hardy greens, garlic, everything you need to make a big pot of soup for your week ahead. But before you get cozy at home, come to the Market first to get all your grocery needs! 
 Find your favorite vendors on our vendor map

Produce Planner: At the Market this Saturday, you will find: Apples, arugula, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cantaloupe, cauliflower, celery, chickweed, chives, cilantro, cucumbers, dried beans, eggplant, fennel, garlic, ginger! green beans, green peppers, ground cherries, head lettuce, heirloom beans, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, mushrooms, okra, onions, oregano, peas, pac choi, plums, potatoes, purplette onions, radishes, raspberries, salad mix, scallions, spring onions, squash: butternut, delicata, and other varieties, sweet corn, Swiss chard, tarragon, tomatoes: cherry, Roma, heriloom, and other, totsoi, turnips, watermelon, zucchini, and much more!

Mill City Cooks logoMill City Cooks, Juut Salonspa sponsored series: Healthy Cooking on a Budget, 10 am: Market Chef Heather Hartman will be making a tasty seasonal dish - Brown Rice Croquettes with a Late Summer Vegetable Ragout + more tips on cooking healthfully on a budget!

DNR - MinnesotaCommunity Booth, all day: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Come learn about the DNR’s water sustainability work in our state!

Sponsor Booth, all day: The first 500 people to stop by the Old El Paso booth at the Market will receive a FREE sample of their revolutionary Stand N Stuff tortilla boat. Fill the tortilla boats with your favorite fresh ingredients from the Market for a great taco night!

Live Music, 11 am – 1 pm: MCFM welcomes back The Eddies today! “A compelling mix of traditional, roots, and contemporary songs with multi-part harmonies.”

Fresh Mud pottery whiteArt Market, all day: Head to the back of the train shed where you’ll find 4 talented local artists. This week, stop and see the unique works of Barn Swallow GardenFresh Mud PotteryAprilierre, and The Abbey Alpacas.