We’re gearing up for our first Kingfield & Fulton winter market of 2014 on Saturday, January 25th! We’ll be at Bachman’s on Lyndale (6010 Lyndale Ave S) from 9 am – 2pm, inside the greenhouse. You’ll find a variety of local cheeses, meats, canned goods, prepared foods, breakfast / lunch items, and even some fresh produce! Plus – live music, demos, activities for kids, and beer & wine by the glass. Full details below. See you there!
Auntie Annie’s Fields: meats, eggs, & floral jellies
Birchberry Native Arts & Food: hand-harvested wild rice, crafts
Beez Kneez: clover, basswood, & buckwheat honey
BodyBliss: body care products
Bogart Loves: brioche donuts & other baked goods
Café Palmira: coffee beans
Chef Shack: street food
Fazenda Boa Terra: produce
Gardens of Eagan: produce
Gai Gai Thai: Thai-inspired street food
Groveland Confections: chocolates and other confections
Havlicek’s Orchard: apples
Hazelwood Creek: pickled goods, jams
HeathGlen’s Kitchen: fruit beverage syrups, jams / jellies
Kiss My Cabbage: lacto-fermented saurkraut & kimchi
LoveTree Farm: cow, goat and sheep’s milk cave-aged cheeses
Mary Dirty Face: canned goods
Meg’s Mittens: wool mittens and knit scarves
Mississippi Mushrooms: fresh mushrooms
Moonshine Coffee: fresh brewed coffee & coffee beans
Patisserie46: pastries, breads
Red Eye Ceramics: wheel-thrown pottery
ScarfShop: hand-dyed scarves
Singing Hills Dairy: goat milk chevre & feta, yogurt, & pork
Star Thrower Farm: sheep milk cheeses, lamb meat, yarn, pelts, wood blankets
Sun Street Breads: pastries, breads
Sunshine Harvest Farm: chicken, beef, pork, lamb, & eggs
Universal Pants: hand dyed pants & skirts
Uproot Farm: produce, whole wheat flour
Walsh Ridge Farm: maple syrup, jams / jellies
Wild Run Salmon: wild-caught Alaskan salmon
Wise Acre Eatery’s Tangletown Farm: produce
Spark-Y Youth Action Labs
10:00am – 12pm
Bring the kids by to get a hands on feel for Spark-Y’s sustainable education labs! Spark-Y helps youth discover knowledge and empowerment by using programs focused on urban agriculture systems including: aquaponics, vermicomposting, algae cultivation, and mushroom cultivation.
Cold Weather Vegetable Seed Sowing
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Heritage Room, Bachman’s Garden Center
Presented by the Minnesota State Horticultural Society
This year, why not try the mini-greenhouse, winter-sowing method to get a jump on spring vegetable planting? The soil in the mini-green house is warmer than in direct sown planting, and it’s easier than using grow lights. Find out how easy it is to start vegetables with this method and which vegetables do best.
Instructor Master Gardener Michelle Mero Riedel is a professional photographer and has published articles on many gardening topics in Northern Gardener magazine.
Parking is available on Lyndale Ave S and 61st in addition to the Bachman’s lots.
The MetroTransit 4L bus also stops directly in front of Bachman’s.
We’re tremendously grateful for the support of market sponsors France 44 Wines & Spirits, Nicollet Ace Hardware, and Uptown Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling, in addition to Bryant Lake Bowl and Fulton Brewery. Please support them as they support us!