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Moorhead Parks & Recreation

The 10th Annual Moorhead Farmers Market opens Tuesday, June 6


Moorhead Parks and Recreation kicks off its 10th Annual Moorhead Farmers Market on Tuesday, June 6 in the Hjemkomst Center Parking Lot at 202 1st Ave N. Throughout the summer enjoy fresh, locally grown produce, baked goods, jams, salsa, meats, hand-crafted items, plants, dog treats, and more!

With new and returning vendors, live music each market day, free museum entry after 5 pm on Tuesdays, and canoe and kayak rentals during the paddling season, the Market is an exciting summer spot for people of all ages!

The Moorhead Farmers Market accepts SNAP benefits, allowing shoppers to buy local with their SNAP/EBT Cards. Better yet, when claimed at the Moorhead Farmers Market, these benefits are matched! $10 worth of SNAP gets you $30 in tokens to spend on fresh foods courtesy of Hunger Solutions of Minnesota. The Market is also newly S/FMNP-authorized to serve WIC participants and low-income seniors. The Market’s SNAP program is managed by First Presbyterian Church with contributions from PartnerSHIP 4 Health and Hunger Solutions.

Deb’s Corner Snaks at the Moorhead Farmers Market

The Moorhead Farmers Market is sponsored by American Crystal Sugar Company and UCare. Stop by the Market on Tuesday, June 6, to get a free UCare tote bag and hear music from Mike Morse on the Viking Ship Park stage.

The Moorhead Farmers Market and Moorhead Parks and Recreation is a member of the Minnesota Farmers Market Association and Minnesota Grown. For more information and to see the full lineup of vendors and performers, visit moorheadparks.com.

Music at the Market Schedule:

  • June 6: Mike Morse
  • June 13: Link West
  • June 20: Project : Constellation
  • June 27: Rachel Meyer
  • July 11: Jim White
  • July 18: Brass Interference
  • July 25: Abraham Tabares Jr.
  • August 1: Jake Ingamar
  • August 8: Spurlin
  • August 15: Dan Christianson
  • August 22: Hartford Street Brass
  • August 29: Richard Freeman
  • Sept. 5: King Sage
  • Sept. 12: Twelve Strings
  • Sept. 19: Mike Morse
  • Sept. 26: A Gentleman and A Scholar