Expect to find early greens, flowering plants, veggie starts for the garden, baked goods, honey, jellies, jams, pickled veggies, salsas, strudel, curries and other sauces. Thursday's from noon-5 P.M.
Head to the Heart of the City for Thursday's Rockin' Lunch Hour Concerts and Rockin' Readers. Performances are geared toward preschool-aged audiences, but will make people of all ages want to dance!
The Market is operated by the St. Paul Growers' Association, Inc. The association allows only fresh, locally grown produce to be sold--directly from the grower to the consumer. Also available are bakery goods, cheese, poultry, buffalo, venison, beef, pork, lamb, maple syrup, eggs, bagel sandwiches, honey, organic plants and produce, flowers, plants, shrubs and many other items. Saturday's from 8 A.M. to 1 P.M.
Dance the night away during the first-ever "Friday Night Boogie!" This event is for all ages who enjoy dinner, dancing and a movie!
It will be cuteness overload on the track as 72 pups engage in some adorable athletic competition. These delightful dachshunds will be running, wagging and having their day!
This year's Fire Muster will feature wine tasting, beer tasting, entertainment, fireworks, carnival rides, kids activities, emergency personnel demonstrations, food and beverages from local restaurants and, of course, the combined fire truck parade and community parade that started it all! For a complete list of events visit their website.
The Heart of the City Race 501(c)(3) is a non-profit race to help the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities and Kids Feeding Kids organization. The 5K, 10K and 15K courses are certified and run on residential streets and through the beautiful Heart of the City in Burnsville, Minnesota. The race is always the first Saturday after Labor Day.
Ghosts, goblins, princesses and superheroes of all ages flock to Nicollet Commons Park each October. The evening is designed to give families an easy way to have some Halloween fun without being too scary.