Saturday Is Earth Day At The Duluth Farmer’s Market
With it being Earth Week, and officially Earth Day yesterday, The Duluth Farmer's Market wants everyone to celebrate with them on Saturday, April 24th.
It's all about sending the good vibes with hopes of things going back to somewhat normal in 2021. The day will include plenty of delicious things for you to purchase. Vendors will be there with roasted nuts, honey, sauces, meats, transplants, and even gardening tips.
Not only will you find the food goodies there will be plenty to browse from local artists featuring ecofriendly things for your home. There will be soaps, pottery, photography, wood turning, wool art, and even music. This is a good time to get out and help support local people and maybe get some of that Mother's Day shopping done early this year.
While it's all about welcoming the 2021 Farmer's Market season, they still want to help keep everyone as safe as possible. COVID-19 protocols will be in place, so don't forget your mask if you plan to attend. Social distancing will be required as well and no eating, drinking or dogs are allowed in the actual market building. They will control the traffic flow of people to keep the state happy and will have hand sanitizer and hand washing stations on-site. It's free to browse and will be open from 10:00AM-3:00PM. The Duluth Farmer's Market is located at 1324 East 3rd Street and you can get more information on this event and others that are upcoming HERE.