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Indoor Winter Market 11/23

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Roast Chicken Indoor Winter Market

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Date:
Nov 23
Time:
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Find the local groceries you need for the biggest food day of the year! Our 45+ farmers, food makers and artists will have sweet potatoes, potatoes, pumpkins & squash, salad greens, root vegetables, pasture-raised meat & eggs, fresh bread and unique handmade hostess gifts!

Produce Planner

Apples, arugula, beans (dried), beets, bok choy, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, celeriac/celery root, chili peppers, garlic, herbs, kale, leeks, lettuce, microgreens, mushrooms, onions, potatoes, radishes, salad mix, shallots, spinach, sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, taro root, tatsoi, turnips and winter squash.
 
The produce guide is our best estimate but, due the variable nature of farming, not guaranteed!

 

Mill City Cooks

Market staff will be preparing and sampling this Saturday’s #WeeklyMarketMeal from 10-1. Come with cooking questions! Learn more

 

Live Music

11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  –  Sam Timmreck

 

Power of Produce

Power of Produce “PoP“ veggie tasting club is at the information booth year round! Kids ages 3-12 can earn a $2 token to spend on fruits and veggies by tasting a local, seasonal vegetable, as a way to empower kids to make healthy eating decisions. Learn more.

 

Vendor Map

Click here to view our interactive vendor map, and see who’s in this week.

Vendor Map indoor Winter Market

 

Breakfast & Lunch

3 Bear Oats – sweet and savory steel cut oats

Baker’s Field – bread and other baked goods

Gorkha Palace – Indian and Nepali dumplings and curries

Lowertown Bakehouse – bread and other baked goods

Solomon’s Bakery – pastries and other baked goods

 

Art Market

Shop for handmade jewelry, ceramics and other artisan goods in our weekly rotating art market, located in the train shed near the entrance to the Museum. This week we are featuring:

Alana Cuellar Clay

Crankosaurus Press

Larissa Loden

Radiate Activewear

Star Thrower Farm

Vikse Designs

 

 

Other Activities

Thanksgiving: Myth, Memory and Food at the Mill City Museum

How well do we know the history of Thanksgiving? And what does Thanksgiving mean to people today? Take an in-depth look at the origins of the holiday and how it has changed over time.
 
Learn about Indigenous foods and test your knowledge with our food map. Sample select foods in our museum’s Baking Lab, view vintage menus from the General Mills archives, and participate in a family activity about gratitude.
 
The daily schedule is:​
 
11am-11:50am: “Indigenous History, the Thanksgiving Story, and Public Memory” talk from Professor Jean O’Brien of the University of Minnesota abd White Earth Ojibwe Nation
11:30 am: Hungry Johnny storytime and bookmaking
12:30 pm-1:30 pm: Cooking demo with Yazzie the Chef
2 pm: Hungry Johnny storytime and bookmaking
 
Jean O’Brien’s talk is free, and other activities require museum admission. Learn more