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Midtown Farmers Market—Fresh Local Flavor For All.
midtownfarmersmarket.org

Enjoy freshly prepared food while you fill your bag with produce, meats and cheeses from local farms, browse the wares of local artists, and enjoy the entertainment. Join us every Tuesday, 3 to 7 pm and Saturday, 8 to 1 pm throughout the season at the most accessible market in the Twin Cities. Whether you’re coming by car, bus, bike, or train, we’d love to see you at the market!
Confused about the market’s location? Don’t be! We’re just 300 feet east of where we used to be near the Lake Street LRT station parking lot. Have a question?  Ask on Facebook or Twitter, or send an email toinfo@midtownfarmersmarket.org

Mishkiikii Gitigan Karma Market – Mondays, early afternoon to 7:30pm from May to October we offer pay-what-you-can Karma Markets, free “Grow Your Own” classes Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7:30, and gardening advice from our full-time farmer-educator.

CityKid Farm/Urban Ventures Farmers and Mobile Market – 2832 5th Ave S, Minneapolis Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 4-6 pm

Free Food Distribution day in our Little Free Farmers Market

Photo Credit: Emma Freeman

The Fours Sister Farmers Market www.facebook.com/foursistersmarket
Corner of Franklin and Bloomington on Sundays 11:00AM to 3:00PM from August 16th – October  4th., 2001 Bloomington Ave S.
Four Sisters Farmers Market is an Indigenous-centered farmers market on
Franklin and Bloomington in the Phillips Community of Minneapolis. A collaboration between Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI), Land Stewardship Project (LSP), and Hope Community Inc. (Hope), the market seeks to be a farmer-driven space that is part of building a community-based food system in the Phillips Community. Hope and LSP see the market as an opportunity to build multi-sector community networks that support moving individuals from passive consumers to active producers in a more fair, healthy, and just community food system.

Little Free Farmers Market:
Every Saturday starting July 11th till September 12th volunteers meet at Sabathani Community Garden, were we have a plot dedicated to this project.  We harvest from it, as well as two more gardens, and fill up the Little Free Farmers Market. They start this route at 8:30am and by 10am, the market is open at the corner of Columbus and 33rd. St. People that stop by get to choose and take home a variety of organic produce for FREE. We like to share recipes, and encourage people to try new things. Contact us if you want to volunteer.

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