Edina, Minn., Jan. 10, 2024 – Vendors can apply now to sell their locally grown or produced food or flowers this summer at the Centennial Lakes Park Farmers Market.
The summer market runs 3-7 p.m. Thursdays June 6 through Oct. 3 (except July 4) in the most picturesque location for a market in the Twin Cities. Vendors line the park pathways by Hughes Pavilion, live music is scheduled every week, and shoppers have easy access and free parking at Centennial Lakes Park, 7499 France Ave S.
New and previous vendors must apply to be part of the 2024 season.
Only food items, flowers and plants are allowed for sale. They must be grown or produced by the vendor. Items that can be sold at this market include eggs, cheese, meat, fish, herbs and spices, bakery goods, candies, treats, honey, syrup, jams, and pickled and canned goods. All products must be prepared and packaged following Minnesota Department of Agriculture rules.
Season-long booth spaces are available for $230 to $280. For vendors who can only make a few dates this summer, a three-market option is available for $50.
A committee will review all applications to determine which vendors are best suited for available market spaces.
Application deadline is Feb. 29.
To see the full guidelines and the online application or a list of 2023 vendors, visit CentennialLakesPark.com/FarmersMarket.
For more information, contact Centennial Lakes Park Assistant Manager Chris Rotty at [email protected].