Saturday – Oyate Hotanin (Voice of the People) & Fall Harvest Celebration

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!

Market Events
Saturday, September 30th

Market Stage
9am-1pm – Oyate Hotanin

“Oyate Hotanin (Voice of the People) is working to lead a movement for the next 500 years that supports a new era of art, healing and change.

Oyate Hotanin exists to creatively channel the potential of conversation, stories, art and mobilizing to bring communities together to laugh, think, inspire healing and to address critical issues that spur social change.” 

Check out the sample above, learn more about Oyate Hotanin at their website, and come experience their movement for yourself Saturday at the market.

Community Tables
Master Gardeners
Market Science
-Hennepin County Child & Teen Check-ups
*Learn more about our Community Table Program.

What’s Available This Saturday?

Fruit, Vegetables, Herbs, and Flowers —  a plethora of tomatoes, sweet corn, apples, a variety of melons, beets, fennel, salad mixes, arugula, spinach, kale, swiss chard, radishes, carrots, snap peas, garlic, jalapenos and other hot peppers, a variety of sweet peppers, cucumbers, lettuce, broccoli, a variety of potatoes, eggplant, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, salad turnips, cabbage, collards, green beans, green onions, red, white and yellow onions, zucchini, summer squash, peter pan squash, a variety of winter squashes, tomatillos, leeks, mint, thyme, sage, lavender, chives, oregano, dill, cilantro, garlic, basil, and other fresh herbs, fresh cut flowers

Animal Products — cage free eggs, pasture raised pork and lamb, free range chicken, aged and fresh cheeses, honey

Prepared/Packaged Foods — maple syrup, salsa, pickles, canned fruits, pickled vegetables, jams, jellies and other preserves, kettle corn

Ready-to-Eat Foods — bubble tea, omelettes, tamales, samosas, chana masala, Tibetan dumplings, lamb meatball sandwiches, currywurst, healthier versions of soul food favorites, coffee, tea, lemonade, kombucha, mango lassis, shaved ice, and other refreshments

Arts, Crafts, and More—handmade knit and crocheted items, yarn, aromatherapy items

Vendors (Saturday 9/30)
Food and Agricultural Vendors— Bao Xiong, Cha Veggies, Alanna Yang, Justin Her, Mee Vue, Pflaum Farms, Mao Lee, Sheepy Hollow at Native Oaks FarmHazlewood Creek FarmsWozupi Tribal GardensBlackbrook FarmJirik Family Farms, Ge Vue, Morning Scape FarmBurning River Farm, Cher Kao Her, Wisconsin Cheese Outlet, Double Dog Kombucha, Yer Yang, Straight River FarmJirik Family FarmGreen Earth GrowersPeter’s Pumpkins & Carmen’s CornHavlicek’s Veseli Vrsek OrchardAuntie Annie’s FieldsHepp’s Salt Co.

Ready-to-Eat Food Vendors–KabomeletteFireroast CafeAkshay Paatram, Himalayan Momo, Leng Chang Kettlecorn & Bubble Tea, Nature’s Ice, Bad GyrosWhole Soul Eatery

Art and Craft Vendors– Art of Yarn, Isis Designs

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