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Farmers Market Archive

Complimentary Sweet Corn and Shopping Bags at the August 8 Tuesday Night Market at The Commons

So far the weather report is looking perfect for the August 8 Tuesday Night Market at The Commons, and an extra incentive to check it out is a free half dozen of sweet corn, compliments of Mill City Farmers Market sponsor, Cynthia Froid Group.

2017 MCFM Night Market

The Tuesday Night Market is open 3:30pm to 7:30pm (the corn give-away is 4p-6p at the Nistler Farms booth, while supplies last). You'll find produce, meat, cheese, baked goods, prepared foods, food trucks, music - not to mention an entire park to relax and play in. The Commons has a huge cart full of games and toys, so the kids won't get bored.

Also at the August 8 Night Market: Farmers Markets of MPLS will be giving away free reusable bags and children’s books near the information booth. Farmers Markets of MPLS is a collaborative of Minneapolis’ 27 farmers markets, fostering the vitality of the City’s farmers markets through strategic and informed innovation, advocacy, education, and cohesive partnerships.

2017 MCFM Night Market

2017 MCFM Night Market

2017 MCFM Night Market

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