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Immigrant Farmer Day
- Jun 11 2016
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
- Saturday Market
704 South 2nd Street
Minneapolis, MN 55401 United States + Google Map
Asparagus, arugula, baby beets, baby bok choi, baby kale, cabbage, carrots, cilantro, garlic scapes!, hakurei salad turnips, herbs, kale, lettuce (red and green romaine, butter, little gem), mint, mushrooms, mustard greens, nettles, oregano, pac choi, parsnips, radishes (red and french breakfast), rhubarb, oregano, spring onions, salad mix, snap peas, spinach, strawberries, Swiss chard, thyme, and the last of the vegetable and herb seedlings for the garden!
Mill City Cooks
10:30-11AM Market Chef Nettie Colón debuts in our FREE cooking demonstration making Wild Run Cod with Smoked Shiitake Butter and Heirloom Bean & Wild Rice Salad. this week is the last chance to stock up on cod before Matt Oxford of Wild Run Salmon leaves on his Alaskan fishing trip from 6/18-8/6!
9AM – Donation-based outdoor yoga class from Karmen at YogaFit Studios Northeast! The class will be in the lawn down the stairs from the Market across from River Road. Bring your own mat!
Mini Farm- Oliver H. Kelley Farm will be joining us again this season on the 2nd Saturday of every month! Little market shoppers and adults alike can experience life on a historic 1890’s farm when heritage variety sheep and hens come to the market each month!
Power of Produce–PoP Club!- A seasonal vegetable tasting club for kids ages 5-12. Collect punches on trading cards and receive a $2 token to spend on produce at the market for tasting this Saturday’s vegetable! This season PoP will be at the market’s green Information Booth in the center of the market on the Chicago Mall.
MCFM welcomes back Mary DuShane and Nick Jordan, the Moonlight Duo, with percussionist Mikkel Beckmen who will be playing folk and Americana tunes!
Minnesota Food Association– Shop from farmers of the Minnesota Food Association (MFA), who train and educate immigrants and other underserved populations about sustainable agriculture.
Mill City Credit Union– A not-for-profit cooperative, Mill City Credit Union nourishes our community through financial education, savvy advice, active involvement, and charitable giving. Stop by, grab recipe cards and find out how to get extra Mill City Bucks for the market.
This Saturday’s featured local artists include: Aprilerre, Anna Metcalfe Ceramics, Ink Orchard, Crookedwood, ArtAndes, Sassy Knitwear, and Sally Fritz Clothing. Find them in the train shed near the entrance to the museum!