We are looking for a Community Outreach and Marketing intern for the 2018 market season! Join us for a fun summer outdoors while gaining communications and community building experience! See the job description and details here.
Send cover letter and resume in one document to Assistant Market Manager Kate Sheldon, firstname.lastname@example.org by April 15th. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and position open until filled. No phone calls or walk-ins please.
The Midtown Farmers Market is currently accepting vendor applications for its 2018 market season! Quality vendors are the heart and soul of the market and we strive to create a balanced and diverse vendor mix each season. Applications from Minnesota and Wisconsin farmers, artisans and producers are welcome! There is high customer demand for eggs, meat, value-added foods, and unique arts and crafts. Visit www.midtownfarmersmarket.org/vendors to access the 2018 vendor application, which includes vendor requirements, fee schedules, and other pertinent information. Questions? Contact Market Manager Mallory Forseth at email@example.com.
The Midtown Farmers Market is now accepting applications for an Assistant Manager. Part-time year-round position, $14-$17/hr DOE, plus paid vacation, holidays and sick time, and the rewards of working with an amazing community of people to build a more just, equitable, and sustainable food system. People of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, women, and veterans highly encouraged to apply.
What a beautiful year 2017 was at the Midtown Farmers Market! Nearly 50,000 customers came out to support the livelihoods of 75 local farmers and entrepreneurs, we provided access to over $35,000 worth fresh local food to those most in need, and created a vibrant space for neighbors to gather weekly to see local artists on the market stage, eat, shop, and enjoy the richness of our community.
It has been a great year at the Midtown Farmers Market; cultural and special event days have been celebrated, musicians and spoken word poets have moved us, neighbors have convened, conversations, laughter, food, drink, song and dance have been shared, new recipes have been tried, ping pong battles have been won and lost, heat waves, rainstorms and windstorms have been weathered, and heaps of fresh, healthy, local food and art have been bought, sold, and enjoyed by our conscientious community.
Attn Marketgoers! : Tuesday Market Time Change
With the days growing shorter and darkness creeping in on our Tuesday markets, we will be closing at 6:30pm on Tuesdays for the rest of the season. Find fresh local produce and more in our normal location every Tuesday from 3pm-6:30pm through October 31st.
Love the market? Join the organizing team that makes it great!We currently have opportunities for both market volunteers and Advisory Committee members.
Market Volunteers are needed for 2-3 hour shifts every Saturday to help with market set-up and tear-down, customer service and token sales, customer and vendor surveys, and other market management tasks. Click here or email mallory@midtownfarmersmarket.
Music – 4-6pm – Brian Peterson
Hot Food – Bad Gyros
Community Table – Hennepin County Child and Teen Checkups
Fill your baskets this Saturday with all of the bounty of the fall harvest! We’ll be here every Saturday and Tuesday through October 31st, so be sure to take advantage of all the delicious seasonal produce this month before the dark days of grocery store shopping set in.
Come shake a leg, sip on a fancy cocktail, enjoy tasty food truck bites, and mingle with the market community at our Fall Harvest Celebration this Saturday from 6-10pm at Du Nord Craft Spirits.
Tickets include live music by Javier Trejo, one small plate from Peep’s Hotbox and one Du Nord cocktail or mocktail. Grab your tickets now to take advantage of the reduced advance price. See you at the party!
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