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September 9 Mill City Farmers Market 2018 Harvest Social - Delicious Fun for an Incredible Community Asset! 

The Mill City Farmers Market 2018 Harvest Social is just around the corner!

This annual event will take place Sunday, September 9, 4:30p - 7:00p inside the train shed connected to the Mill City Museum.

The Harvest Social is MCFM's single fundraiser of the year and supports the work of their new Charitable Fund. Vendor fees cover just 25% of the MCFM operating budget, and they rely on our community, sponsors and individuals to achieve the Market’s goal of Growing a Healthier Community.

Tickets are still available! Can't attend? Please consider making a donation online.

New this year! Check out this new online store with items to bid on (buy it now) before the auction.

Stop by the Info Booth when shopping at the Saturday or Tuesday night Markets to learn more.

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Editor's Note: I can personally attest to the value the MCFM adds to our neighborhood. Since moving downtown in 2009, we've made it a priority to support them. When you attend the Market you can feel the community. These farmers and makers are so much more than "vendors" - they are friends and a trusted source of information. I have so much respect for their hard work, perseverance and spirit. Kim :) 

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