Posted June 16, 2015 at 1:21 pm
We think honey bees and native pollinators are pretty neat. Come to the market this Saturday from 8-1 to find out why!
8-1pm: Stop by the Market Science Booth to watch meet real honey bees, taste honey and more!
8:45-9am: Enjoy your market breakfast while listening to a presentation about Native Pollinators from local author, Heather Holm.
10am-12pm: Midtown Flavors Cooking with Honey Demonstration
10:30am: Bring the kids to the MN Literacy Council tent for Bee and Pollinator themed story time.
10:50-11:05am: If you missed Heather Holm’s earlier talk, here’s your second chance to hear an awesome presentation about Native Pollinators.
11:30am: Story time #2
12:30pm: Story time #3
Thank you to this Saturday’s Market Sponsor, Nicollet Ace Hardware!
Don’t forget to stop by the information booth under the green tent to enter the FREE drawing to win a bee keeping kit!
Available at Saturday’s market:
~Honey, honey chocolates, strawberries, kohlrabi, broccoli, new potatoes, pak choi, beets, asparagus, rhubarb, radishes, spring greens, green beans, green onions, herbs, seedlings, bedding plants, hanging baskets, free range chicken and eggs, pasture raised pork and lamb, cheese, butter, yogurt, honey, maple syrup, jellies and jams, sauces and salad dressings, granola, artisan breads, baked goods, omelettes, kabobs, tacos, burritos, tamales, chilaquiles, banh mi sandwiches, pancakes, samosas, pakoras, coffee, juices, kettle corn, boiled peanuts, bubble tea, frozen fruit bars and more.
~Handmade clothing, aprons, bags, jewelry, soaps and body products, terrariums, photography, books and more.
Available at Tuesday’s market:
~Strawberries, asparagus, rhubarb, radishes, spring greens, green beans, green onions, herbs, seedlings, bedding plants, hanging baskets, kettle corn, bubble tea, sliders, seedlings, hanging baskets, jams, sauces, rhubarb, cheese, henna and more.
Saturday Market Stage Schedule: Tuesday Market Stage Schedule:
11:00-1:00pm Matt Yetter