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COVID-19 and MCFM

Updated May 6, 2020 The State of Minnesota considers farmers markets essential grocery providers, and we plan to remain open to serve our community every Saturday May through October, unless otherwise directed by officials. Farmers markets are a vital part of our food system and are essential to our farmers. We encourage you to stock

2019 Bike Helmet Giveaway

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has proclaimed June 22 Brain Health Awareness Day to raise awareness of brain disease and safety. At the Market this Saturday, learn how a healthy diet can impact the health of your brain in our cooking demo, get your body moving with Market Yoga and line up for our annual helmet giveaway…  Read More

Mill City Farmers Market Opening for 2019 with new Sustainability Statement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mill City Farmers Market Opening for 2019 with new Sustainability Statement The Market’s new policy attests to its reputation as a trusted grocery source and local food leader. Minneapolis, Minn.—On Saturday, May 4th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Mill City Farmers Market (MCFM) will open its outdoor season, located in…  Read More

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5/30 Market Cancelled

Because we are unable to ensure the safety of our staff, vendors and customers we have decided to cancel Saturday’s market on May 30. If you have preorders to pick up, our vendors will be in-touch with more information soon regarding alternative pick-up options. We are also working on ways to distribute perishable items that…  Read More

DIGITAL ART MARKET

Digital Art Market – Woodworkers

Missing artists at the market? We are! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our art market is online only for the season. Instead of having 4-5 local artists at the market each week, we will be featuring them on our blog, our Instagram stories @mcfarmersmkt and through a new digital art market email newsletter (click to subscribe!).…  Read More

Food & Drinks must be consumed off-site

This season, food and beverages (including coffee) must be consumed before or after entering the market. The State of MN declared that farmers markets may remain open IF we can manage 6′ distancing and food/beverages are not consumed on-site. Over the past few weeks, we’ve noticed that carrying a delicious cold press or hot Vienna…  Read More