Join Celebrate Learning for this FREE event to celebrate those who have inspired you! Personally SAY THANKS to hundreds of educators in our community. Celebrate Learning 2017 is an inaugural event in partnership with the Rochester Downtown Farmers Market with many activities, prizes, and opportunities for inspiration.
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Does your family love the Farmers Market?? Join the Children’s Museum for a special day of kid-friendly fun and family-oriented extras.
Our Winter Farmers Market begins at 9:00AM, Saturday, November 5 and is open every other Saturday (roughly) through April 2017. We are very excited this year as we are moving into a new location. While still at Graham Park/Olmsted County Fairgrounds, we are moving into building #35. We will have a better layout for our farmers, bringing them all into one area, and a fresher ambience, cleaner and brighter, to enhance our customers experience. We will have many farm families returning to provide customer favorites as well as a few new vendors bringing some unique, new items to our Market. We will continue with our Holiday Markets on November 19 and December 17, with great gift ideas as well as all the foods to create a wonderful holiday feast. Expect over 30 vendor booths bringing the freshest, most delicious and nutritious foods available-all from within 50 miles of Rochester.
Winter Market dates: Nov. 12, 19, Dec. 3, 17, Jan. 7, 21, Feb. 4, 18, March 4, 18, April 1, 15, 29. 9 a.m. to noon.
Ah, fall. It’s no secret that we love Autumn here at Rochester MN Moms Blog! After all, we love our fall food, going to apple orchards (see our tips for how to find the best apple here!), making apple sauce and apple butter, and going for hikes to view the fall colors. (Here are our […]
I love living in a place that has four distinct seasons. In the fall, we get the crackling leaves; in the winter, the fluffy snowflakes. But everybody knows that spring and summer is when Minnesota really struts her stuff. And where better to find evidence of the changing seasons than at your local farmer’s market? […]