Have you been to the Edina Farmers Market yet this year? This annual favorite shows up at Centennial Lakes every Thursday afternoon of the summer, and it runs until September 29. So, you still have plenty of time to enjoy it.
Every Thursday from 3–7 p.m., local vendors and farmers sell their goods along the walkways near Hughes Pavilion—everything from fresh produce and flowers to small-batch nuts, cold-pressed juices, granola and so much more. And, of course, there are the hot food vendors, too.
In addition to vendors, guests can enjoy live music from 4–6 p.m. each week. And, this year, beer and wine is also available through a partnership with Edina Liquor. The liquor store is offering small-production wine along with a selection of local beer and seltzer. Alcohol will be available inside Hughes Pavilion and can be enjoyed either in the seating area inside the pavilion or just outside of it, in view of the live music.
“Many people already come to the market to eat dinner from the variety of food vendors or listen to the music,” says Tiffany Bushland, Centennial Lakes Park general manager. “So, adding a glass of wine
or beer seemed a logical addition.”
Putting courses, paddle boats and other Centennial Lakes Park summer activities are also open during market hours.
All ages. Free. 3–7 p.m. Centennial Lakes Park Hughes Pavilion,
7499 France Ave. S.; 952.883.9523; centenniallakespark.com