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Plymouth Farmers Market set to open June 27

Post Date:06/06/2018 4:02 p.m.

Great Harvest Bread Company at the Plymouth Farmers Market The City of Plymouth will kick off its annual outdoor Farmers Market Wednesday, June 27 at Parkers Lake Playfield parking lot, 15500 County Road 6. The market will be open 2:30-6:30 p.m. each Wednesday through Oct. 10.

Vendors sell fresh, locally grown produce and prepared food, including fruits, vegetables, fresh bread, oils and vinegars, nuts, ice cream, meats, sauces, flowers and more. Market visitors are encouraged to bring cash, as well as reusable bags to the market.

A variety of local musicians will be featured at the market. A weekly drawing for a Farmers Market reusable bag filled with market produce or prepared foods will be held at the information table. With the exception of service dogs, dogs are not allowed at the market.

Donations, Community Table
Donations for the Interfaith Outreach food shelf will be collected. Donations can be previously bought or purchased at the market.

Gregor Farms at the Plymouth Farmers Market A community table is available to charity and non-profit organizations for fundraising, promotional and educational purposes. To apply, call Recreation Supervisor Jessie Koch at 763-509-5223 or email jkoch@plymouthmn.gov at least two weeks in advance. Community table applications are available at plymouthmn.gov/farmersmarket.

Sign Up for the Farmers Market Newsletter
A weekly newsletter is published online to spotlight vendors, provide news and upcoming events for the market, and offer a recipe featuring ingredients available at the market. Sign up: plymouthmn.gov/eNotify.

In observance of Independence Day, the Plymouth Farmers Market will not be held Wednesday, July 4. 

For more information or to view the weekly newsletter, visit plymouthmn.gov/farmersmarket.

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