Bee and Pollinators Day + Lake Street Dumpling Tour
This Saturday @ the Midtown Farmers Market
Celebrate bees and pollinators of all kinds at the market this week! Pollinator Works will be selling plants intended to build pollinator habitats (it’s their final week at the market!), plus visit with Corcoran Pollinator Project at their Community Table. You’ll also find our good ol’ market standbys, Master Gardeners to troubleshoot any questions you may have about maintaining a welcoming space in the garden for pollinators.
Lake Street Dumpling Tour is making its way down Lake this Saturday. Tickets are sold out, but you can reap the tasty benefits of the tour sans-ticket by visiting our vendors at the market! Find regular vendors (and their take on dumplings), Akshay Paatram and Himalayan Momo along with special pop-up vendor Dumpling for the event.
Saturday, May 26th
FREE All-levels Yoga
8:30am-9:30am by Imbue Yoga. Bring a mat.
9am-11am–Music by Heart of a Tin Man
11am-1pm–Music by Matt Yetter
Corcoran Pollinator Project
Semilla Center for Healing and the Arts
*Learn more about our Community Table Program.
Vendors (Saturday 5/26)
Food and Agricultural Vendors—
Zoua & Dang’s Farm, Pollinator Works, Cha Veggies, Sheepy Hollow at Native Oaks Farm, Hilltop Pastures,
Pflaum Farms, Justin Her, Lor Family Farm, Hazlewood Creek Farms, Morning Scape Farm,
Peter’s Pumkins and Carmen’s Corn, Caribbean Heat, Burning River Farm, Spark-Y, Hexagon Projects & Farm, Jirik Family Farm, Red Wheat Bakery, Winter Goddess Foods, Wisconsin Cheese Outlet, Chang’s Kettle Corn, Green Garden Bakery, UMSF Preserves, myFlavor Seasonings, Ancient Indian Spices, Pete’s New Mexico Red Chile, Double Dog Kombucha
Ready-to-Eat Food Vendors— Akshay Paatram, Himalayan Momo, Dumpling, Kabomelette, Rider Nitro Coffee, Fireroast Cafe,
Art and Craft Vendors— Hooperina, SRS Mythic Designs,
CB Jewelry Design, Putzinbob, Bikarelly, mayamade
Local Produce is Here!
Asparagus, spinach and other greens, bunching onions, radishes, rhubarb, herbs, seedlings, perennials, bedding plants, pasture raised pork and lamb, aged and fresh cheeses, honey, maple syrup, pickles and other preserves, cookies, scones, and other baked goods, granola, chai, nut mixes, wood crafts, handmade soap, jewelry, hot sauces, seasoning mixes, kettle corn, bubble tea, omelettes, tamales, samosas, chana masala, a variety of dumplings, coffee, tea, mango lassis, and other refreshments
*subject to the forces of mother nature, and while supplies last.