|Title:||The Little Market That Could™ _ Smoke Signals™ Community Farmers Market|
|Date:||6/3/2021 - 10/14/2021|
|Address:||16907 HYW 13 South Prior Lake MN|
|Location:||Prior Lake, MN|
|Hours:||4PM - 7PM (only vendors setup at 1-3PM)|
|Cost/Cover:||Free to the general public to attend vendor prices vary | vendor fees, food truck fees to particpate|
|Web Page:||https://www.sendingasmokesignal.org/the-little-market-that-c ...|
|Contact Info:||Sheldon 952.456.1650
This is A Ongoing Seasonal Open Fresh Air Community Farmers Market Open to all weekly!
With a Classic Vehicle Roll-in Show, Food Trucks, DJ Roger, Moose Lucas & the Buskers, community picnic area and numerous educational activities on a rotating Thursday schedule.
@The Little Market That Could™ is Made possible by generous: volunteers, sponsors, grants, vendor & community participation and purchasing.
Free Window of Registration for our First of it's kind in Scott County Power of Produce Program (P.O.P.) is offered to those that are:
4-12 yrs of age and 62+ that reside in Savage & Prior Lake during the month of June or when program reaches it's capacity. This is an initiative to get fresh local produce to those who may not have access to try & empower healthy alternatives.
U of M Extension approved.
Now welcoming USDA EBT/SNAP Benefits visit the Smoke Signals™ EBT/SNAP exchange Booth to learn more!
Did you forget cash for your outing? don't worry, be happy ??
Smoke Signals™ has a national cards exchange Booth too, located to the right of the SS Trailer visit to learn more!
The Little Market That Could™ is Open on Thursdays
JUNE through SEPTEMBER from
3:53 PM-7:19 PM
and October noon-5pm on the first two Thursdays.
More information added weekly, check back often. #seeyouthere
2021 Forms are now available on the website for you to become a Sponsor, Vendor, Awareness non-profit group, Produce Farmer, Volunteer and or Educational exhibit/activity
Questions on Classic vehicle roll-in email them to:
Smoke Signals™ 501(c)3 nonprofit
|Event is:||Every Thu|
|Sponsored By:||Smoke Signals™ and many community organizations|
|Submitted by:||Rosemary Frank||