Red Wing
Farmers Market
Our mission is to provide a convenient and socially enriching place where the community can purchase the freshest locally grown produce and farmstead products available directly from farmers and producers who represent traditions and skills that we value as part of our way of life.
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The Market Voice
Spring 2014
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PO Box 372      Red Wing MN 55066    507.421.2221
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We're here because of you!  Volunteer, donate,
keep the Farmers Market running.
 

New vendors at the City Hall Weekday Market!
Sunday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00
 
The Budding Farmers Program teaches kids about the healthy real food grown by their local farmers!  You can enroll your child (ages pre-K through elementary age) at the Red Wing Farmers Market for the six week  summer session beginning July 12th through August 23rd.  Some scholarships are available.  Stop by the Welcome Tent and learn more or go to the Budding Farmers website.

http://buddingfarmers.com



For an easy summer treat for kids, go to the recipe section.
  MUSIC

July 5
HARLAND AND JANE SCHULZ
Sing country, old time music accompanied by Harland's accordion!

July 12
CBB JAZZ COMBO
Musicians from
Chatsfield return to give us music from the eras of Big Band, Bebop and Dixieland!

July 19

IN TANDEM
Lee Mensinger and Brenda Owens perform a mix of folk, roots, blues, pop!
String instruments and great vocal duets!

July 26

FOURLEGGFISH

Eric Simpkins and Mick Garrett perform
Americana acoustic music!


July 19: RAGS TO RUGS 
This simple method of braiding rugs is easy to learn.
Dianne Aisenbrey will show you how.

LEARN ABOUT LLAMAS from Lazy Acres Farm
Things To Do
July 26: Kids can make their own Farmers Market Bags, compliments of Art Reach!
4H Cook-Off
Three teams of youth will prepare a dish with produce from the Farmers Market.


Llamas from Lazy Acres Farm will make a visit at the Market.  Owners are JoAnne and   Ron Pottebaum.  JoAnne will also bring products make from llama wool that she has gathered from her llamas and spun for weaving and knitting.