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Week of July 26, 2010 – farmers markets

FarmersMkt-mpls Minneapolis Farmer's Market… the granddaddy of them all, with roots going back to 1876 when Minneapolis' first fruit and vegetable market opened at First and Hennepin… now open 7 days a week with over 240 vendors… 


Sweet Corn and More Sweet Corn and More… fabulous market open daily at Hwy 7 and Texas in St. Louis Park… buys direct from hand picked farms… everything fresh and delicious!


Midtown Farmers Market Midtown Farmers Market… all locally grown fruit & produce, flowers, arts & crafts… near Lake Street/Midtown light rail stop Tues 3-7 & Sat 8-1… no cash? use credit cards through a token system…

St. Paul Farmers Market

St. Paul Farmers Market… their Saturday-Sunday downtown Lowertown market focuses on locally grown veggies, flowers and fruit, not crafts… plus this market has tons of satellite market sites throughout the metro…

Mill City Farmers Market Mill City Farmers Market… showcases organic and sustainable products, including local lamb, chicken, trout, cheese, chocolate, different kinds of garlic… Saturday mornings only in downtown Minneapolis between Mill City Museum and the Guthrie Theater… 

Uptown Market Uptown Market… one of the newest street markets in the Twin Cities, not so much a farmers market as a showcase of all things local… vendors include fine arts, crafts, jewelry and prepared foods in addition to local produce and flowers… Sundays 11-5 on 29th Ave S between Dupont and Lyndale…


About Sharlene Hensrud

I love what I do! Highly insightful, analytical and creative, there is nothing I love more than helping you find the right solution for your real estate transition. My mission is to serve my clients with honesty and integrity, exceeding their expectations in service and support… and to help others by donating a portion of every transaction to Habitat for Humanity.

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