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Indoor Market, 704 S 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Outdoor Market: 750 S 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 341.7580
Admission: $0.00
Free Admission Year Round
Hours of Operation:
Mon. Closed
Tue. Closed
Wed. Closed
Thu. Closed
Fri. Closed
Sat. 08:00 AM – 01:00 PM
Sun. Closed
Details:

The Mill City Farmers Market has a mission of inspiring and nurturing a healthy community by building a local, sustainable, and organic food economy in a vibrant, educational marketplace. For families, that means its a great way to spend your Saturday mornings picking out healthy foods that you can than take home and prepare together.

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Family Fun at the Mill City Farmer’s Market

Families are invited to participate in kids’ activities about food, nutrition, and farming. On first Saturdays, the Guthrie Theatre has historically presented a storytelling hour. The Oliver H Kelley Farm often hosts a mini farm. On a weekly basis, families will find free cooking demonstrations and live music.

Two girls sampling strawberries at the Mill City Farmers Market in Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota
Mill City Farmers Market

Winter Market

In the winter, the market runs indoors at the Mill City Museum a couple times a month on select Saturdays from 1o a.m. to 1 p.m.

Summer Market

In the summer, the outdoor market is located between the Guthrie Theatre and Mill City Museum and spans the block between South Second Street and West River Parkway. It’s an easy walk to the Stone Arch Bridge. During the summer your dog is welcome in some portions of the Market, but the Mill City operators request that dog owners be aware of their dogs at all times, especially around children.

The Power of Produce Club

The Power Of Produce (“PoP”) Club is a free program that was created to empower kids to make healthy food choices and introduce them to where their food comes from. Kids between the ages of 3-12 can join the club anytime. After that, they can sample a seasonal produce at the information booth, whenever you visit, summer or winter. They will also receive a PoP punch card and weekly $2 market token to spend on produce.

Parking at the Mill City Farmers Market

While downtown parking can be expensive, the municipal parking ramps on 2nd Street now offer special Saturday rates. Park in these ramps for $3 between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. or for $1.50 short-term parking.

Having fun at the Mill City Farmers Market with FFTC and GRKids.
This photo is courtesy grkids.com – the go to site for family fun in the Grand Rapids area.

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