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Scenes from the September 29 Mill City Farmers Market

The Elk River German Band returned for the annual Mill City Farmers Market Oktoberfest on September 29.

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

It seemed more like late October with all the hats, scarves and winter apparel both vendors and shoppers were sporting.

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

It was a perfect day to invest in a gorgeous alpaca sweater or accessory from ArtAndes.

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

Below, James Beard Award winning local author Beth Dooley (white jacket) led a Friends of the Market Tour.

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

Below, Chef Jenny Breen demo'd Kale Kimchi Salad, which included a small mountain of produce from the Market, including: cabbage, kale, carrots, radishes, garlic, green onions, ginger, honey, heirloom beans, sweet potatoes and Delicata squash.

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

April Barnhart of Aprilierre has a new line of Convex rings, part of her ExperiMetal-Zero collection made from pieces of medal left over from larger pieces work. For example, the ring next to her pinky finger in the below picture has two circles, one of which came from the punch out on the bracelet in the following picture. It's part of an effort to reduce waste, and has gained her renown in the jewelry community.

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market

Milly the goat!

September 29, 2018 Mill City Farmers Market 

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