June 2015 News and Events from Commissioner Linda Higgins

Commissioner Linda Higgins, Hennepin County, MN

JUNE 2015



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Linda Higgins
Commissioner, 2nd District

Tina Sanz
Principal Aide

Roshonda Royston
Administrative Secretary


The 2nd District serves the cities of Golden Valley, Medicine Lake, north and northeast Minneapolis, southeast Plymouth and St. Anthony.

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TONIGHT! The Victory Neighborhood of Minneapolis is hosting a Memorial Concert at the Victory Memorial flagpole (Victory Memorial Drive and 45th Avenue North), Thursday, May 21 at 7 pm. The Robbinsdale city band will perform a concert of patriotic music. Take a chair or blanket and a picnic.

In Golden Valley, you are invited to walk through 600 flags lining Golden Valley Road between Highway 100 and Winnetka Avenue North to honor those who have fallen while protecting their country (through May 26). A history of this tradition is here.

Plymouth is putting the finishing touches on its Veterans’ Memorial near the Hilde Center. See the city’s website to submit a name for engraving by May 22. An official dedication is slated to take place June 29.

Thanks to all who have served our county. Have a great Memorial Day!

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North Service Center (Patrick)

More services coming to North Minneapolis Service Center

Starting June 1, the Hennepin County Service Center in North Minneapolis at 1001 Plymouth Avenue North will offer expanded hours and services!

  • Services will include:
  • Driver’s permits and licenses
  • Birth and death certificates
  • Marriage licenses and certificates
  • Minnesota state IDs
  • Notarizations
  • Current real estate tax payments, duplicates and statements
  • Ministerial credentials
  • Notary commission filings
  • Voter registration

Service Center hours will be Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. This service center, open since August 2014, had previously been open only on Wednesdays with more limited services. While you are there, say hi to Patrick (shown above)!


For more information, go to www.hennepin.us/servicecenters.

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Blue Line LRT meeting: local station area plans for North Minneapolis and Golden Valley

Thursday, June 4, 5:30 p.m. (Presentation 6 to 7 p.m., open house 7 to 8 p.m.)

Harrison Neighborhood Park and Community Center

503 Irving Avenue North, Minneapolis, 55405

See newly completed station area plans for proposed METRO Blue Line Extension (Bottineau LRT) stations:

Van White Boulevard

Penn Avenue

Plymouth Avenue

Golden Valley Road

Find out about next steps and how you can stay involved. Get an update on the METRO Blue Line Extension project (http://www.bluelineext.org) and view alignment plans.

For more information or to request special assistance to attend this meeting such as translations, contact bottineau@hennepin.us or Denise Engen at 612-348-4454.

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Former car dealership to get new life at 800 West Broadway

A June groundbreaking is set for Northside health, career, and education collaboration at a long-vacant dealership building at West Broadway and Aldrich Avenue North.

Developer Sherman Associates, with the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS), Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC), and Hennepin County’s NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center are joining together to provide services to residents and serve North Minneapolis. Future services will include workforce training, educational assistance and health services.

The building, originally constructed in 1925, had fallen into tax forfeited land status. To move this project forward, the Hennepin County Auditor and Treasurer (with authority from the board) directed staff to transfer the property to the city for $50,000 for the 48,300 square foot building, a market value reduction based on the removal of blight conditions.

FixIt Clinic

Hennepin County Environmental will hold a Fix-It Clinic on Saturday, June 13 from noon to 4 pm at the Redeemer Center for Life Church in Minneapolis (1800 Glenwood Ave, Minneapolis,
Map). This clinic includes a Bike Repair Clinic with Venture North Bike Walk and Coffee!

Get free, guided assistance from volunteers on disassembling, troubleshooting and repairing your small household appliances, clothing, electronics, mobile devices, bicycle and other items.

You can help! Volunteer fixers who have skills in electrical, mechanical or electronics repair, wood working, sewing or general tinkering are essential to making the clinics successful. For more information or to volunteer, contact Nancy Lo at nancy.lo@hennepin.us or 612-348-9195.


 Public hearings to be held in June

The Southwest Light Rail Transit (LRT), also known as the METRO Green Line Extension Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement is available for review and comment. An electronic version of the document can be found at http://metrocouncil.org/swlrt/sdeis. Hard copies of the document are available at local libraries and city halls along the alignment, as well as at the Southwest LRT Project Office.  

The Southwest LRT Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), published on May 22, 2015, evaluates potential impacts in three segments of the proposed Southwest LRT route. These potential impacts are the result of adjustments to the design of the Southwest LRT Project since the publication of the Draft EIS in 2012. The three segments are:

Eden Prairie: Adjustments to the proposed light rail alignment and LRT stations, generally from the intersection of Technology Drive and Mitchell Road to the intersection of Flying Cloud Drive and Valley View Road.

Operations and Maintenance Facility: The location of a proposed Operations and Maintenance Facility (OMF) in Hopkins.

St. Louis Park/Minneapolis: Adjustments to proposed light rail and freight rail alignments and LRT stations, generally between Louisiana Avenue and Penn Avenue.

Comments will be accepted through July 6, 2015. Comments can be submitted by three methods:

  • Email: Written comments can be submitted to SWLRT@metrotransit.org.
  • U.S. Mail: Written comments can be mailed to Nani Jacobson, Assistant Director, Environmental and Agreements. Metro Transit - Southwest LRT Project Office, 6465 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 500, St. Louis Park, MN 55426.
  • Public Hearings: Provide formal testimony at one of three public hearings in June. The public hearings will each be preceded by an open house, where people can learn more about the Southwest LRT Project and the Supplemental Draft EIS:

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Hopkins Center for the Arts, 1111 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN 55343

Open House: 5:00 pm, Public Hearing: 6:00 pm

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Eden Prairie City Hall, 8080 Mitchell Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Open House: 5:00 pm Public Hearing: 6:00 pm

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Dunwoody College of Technology, 818 Dunwoody Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55403

Open House: 5:00 pm Public Hearing: 6:00 pm

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Board news

May 12, 2015

Board votes to transfer Webber Park Library surplus property to Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority

The County Board voted May 12 to transfer the property at 4414 Humboldt Avenue North in Minneapolis, purchased by the county for the Webber Park Library, to the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HCHRA). The property was deemed surplus because it was no longer needed for the adjacent Webber Park Library project. The next step for this project will be at the next HCHRA meeting June 9.

The HCHRA had issued a request for interest in October 2014 for a party to purchase and renovate or develop the 1.17 acre parcel of surplus property. The county received six responses, and they were presented to the community and evaluated by both county and city of Minneapolis staff. With approval by the HCHRA on June 9, Hennepin County will negotiate a purchase agreement with Pillsbury United Communities to open and operate a full-service grocery store and wellness center (a Finance and Commerce article about this proposal is at finance-commerce.com/2015/05/nonprofit-wants-to-revive-grocery-store-on-north-side/).


Board declares May 10 through 16 Law Enforcement Officers Week

National Law Enforcement Week is observed annually during this week. The week is to recognize law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty and for the safety and protection of others.

Public hearing to issue housing revenue bonds for A-Mill Artist lofts 

The board, acting as the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority, established a public hearing on Tuesday, June 9 to issue $5 million in housing revenue bonds for A-Mill Artist Lofts project. The project is located at 301 Main Street S.E. in the Minneapolis historic Pillsbury A-Mill building. The project is being developed by Plymouth-based Dominium. The project will create 251 housing units serving households at or below 60 percent of area median income. The project was originally estimated at $156 million and received $85 million of revenue bond proceeds ($30 million from Minneapolis and $55 million from Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority). The project cost has increased and the developers are asking for an additional $5 million in HCHRA bonds.

Transit oriented development funds awarded

The board, acting as the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority, approved transit oriented development grants and loan agreements. The grants and loans are to support development in areas that promote and support transit use. The awards include:

Suburban Hennepin County

  • $470,000 to the City of Eden Prairie for the West 70th Street extension project to support the creation of a new complete street that will connect the future Golden Triangle Station on the Green Line extension with Shady Oak Road and Flying Cloud Drive, and fund the construction of the first phase of its implementation.
  • $300,000 with Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative for the 66 West project to support the creation of approximately 39 units of affordable housing targeting suburban homeless youth. The project is located across from the Southdale Transit Center in Edina.
  • $400,000 to Project for Pride in Living for the Oxford Village project to support the construction of approximately 51 units of affordable housing. The project is located near the future Blake Road Station on the Green Line extension in Hopkins.
  • $430,000 agreement with Bader Development for the Encore project to support the construction of approximately 150 units of housing, 28 (20 percent) of which are affordable and 20,000 square feet of office space. The project is located on County Road 25 and France Avenue, which is located in the West Lake Station area on the Green Line extension in St. Louis Park.


  • $600,000 agreement with 2200 Snelling, LLC to support the creation of approximately 119 units of market-rate housing at the third phase of Seward Commons, a project adjacent to the Franklin Avenue Station along the Blue Line in Minneapolis.
  • $150,000 for the Eastside Food Cooperative expansion project to support the renovation and expansion of an 18,000 square foot grocery store on Central Avenue NE just north of Lowry Avenue in Minneapolis.
  • $150,000 with American Indian Community Development Corporation for the Anishinabe Bii Gii Wiin project to support the creation of 32 units of affordable housing. The project is adjacent to the Franklin Avenue Station along the Blue Line Minneapolis.

The HCHRA also reallocated $300,000 from a previous agreement to fund the recommended 2015 transit oriented development projects. Projects are selected based on criteria developed and approved by the board in 2003. Since 2003, the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners and the HCHRA has approved a total of $25.3 million for 94 transit oriented development projects.

Board approves affordable housing agreements

The board, acting as the Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority, approved 11 Affordable Housing Incentive Fund (AHIF) agreements totaling $2.7 million under the 2015 Affordable Housing Incentive Program. These projects will assist a total of 1,220 affordable housing units in Hennepin County, including 154 households/individuals at or below 30 percent of adjusted median income; 1,059 at or below 60 percent adjusted median income; and seven at or below 80 percent adjusted median income.

The projects include:

  • $200,000 for 66 West (Beacon) located at 3330 66th Street West, Edina, for adaptive reuse of a vacant commercial building to create 39 AHIF efficiency units to serve homeless, unaccompanied youth.
  • $150,000 for Anishinabe Bii Gii Wiin (Project for Pride in Living and American Indian Community Development Corporation) located at 1600 East 19th Street, Minneapolis, to construct 32 new supportive/sober housing rental units, including seven units serving long-term homeless, and rehabilitate adjacent Anishinabe Wakiagun, a 45-bed rental wet/dry facility.
  • $200,000 for Indian Neighborhood Club Expansion (Indian Neighborhood Club) located at 2010 5th Avenue South, Minneapolis, to construct 20 supportive housing rental units as sober housing for single adults with chemical dependency, includes five long-term homeless units.
  • $350,000 for Veterans East (Community Housing Development Corporation) located at 2910 East Franklin Avenue (East) and 2515 South 9th Street (West), Minneapolis, to construct 100 efficiency service-enriched rental units with preference to serve veterans adjacent to the Veterans and Community Housing project.
  • $200,000 for Aeon (Opportunity Housing Partnership) located at 66 South 12th Street, 1801 LaSalle Avenue, and 706 Avenue North, Minneapolis, to refinance, rehabilitate and reconfigure 117 rental units in three buildings primarily serving formerly homeless single adults of which 66 units will serve long-term homeless people.
  • $300,000 for Seward Towers (Seward Redesign and CommonBond Communities) located at 2910 East Franklin Avenue and 2515 South 9th Street, Minneapolis, to refinance and rehabilitate two 21-story, high-rise rental buildings to preserve 623 HUD-assisted project-based Section 8 units for a total of 604 AHIF units.
  • $400,000 for Corcoran Triangle (Wellington Management, Inc.) located at 3120-24th Avenue South, Minneapolis, to construct 135 new workforce rental housing units for families, including nine long-term homeless units, in a mixed-use, TOD development adjacent to the Hiawatha LRT.
  • $200,000 for Dayton Apartments (Sand Companies) located at Balsam Lane North, Dayton; acquire and construct 48 new workforce rental housing units for families including four long-term homeless units; 48 AHIF units (NTE).
  • $450,000 for Hawthorne EcoVillage (Project for Pride and Living) located at 617 Lowry Avenue, Minneapolis, to construct new 75 workforce rental units, including four long-term homeless units.
  • $100,000 for CLCLT Homebuyer Initiated Program (City of Lakes Community Land Trust) located at various sites in Minneapolis, to purchase and rehabilitate three single-family homes (includes duplex initiative) for homeownership.
  • $150,000 for WHAHLT Homes Within Reach (West Hennepin Affordable Housing Land Trust) located at various sites in suburban Hennepin County, to acquire and rehabilitate four single-family homes.

AHIF funding agreements are typically in the form of a 30 to 40 year loan (depending upon other financers' requirements).

Bottineau LRT Community Works program funding

The board voted to formally establish the Bottineau LRT Community Works Program. The program will develop the structure, partnerships, and investment framework necessary to maximize the return on investment for the Metro Blue Line extension (Bottineau) LRT project by integrating land use planning and transportation investments that support transit oriented development and economic development, increase transit ridership, and support a multi-modal transportation system.

The board approves economic development funding criteria

The board approved criteria and authorized $500,000 for a newly established Economic Development Infrastructure Fund. The objective of the fund is to enhance the economic competitiveness of Hennepin County by leveraging private investment, increasing the tax base, and creating and retaining jobs. The Economic Development Infrastructure Fund will be used to offset extraordinary costs and infrastructure upgrades associated with relocating, starting or expanding a business. To avoid potential duplication of resources with Hennepin County’s Transit-Oriented Development Program, eligibility for the Economic Development Infrastructure Fund will be restricted to projects located outside priority transit corridors, including areas within ½ mile of existing or planned light rail, bus rapid transit, arterial bus rapid transit, and commuter rail transit stations.

Requests for funding will be reviewed based on the following project evaluation criteria:

·         Job creation and/or retention

·         Need for financial assistance, including justification for use of Hennepin County resources

·         Readiness to proceed

·         Tax base enhancement

·         Leverage from private or other public sources

·         Alignment with other Hennepin County priorities and interests

This new fund will help support business recruitment and expansion in Hennepin County and create/preserve an estimated 160 to 300 jobs.

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St. Anthony

  • Saturday, May 30, 1-4pm
    Bow Wow Bonanza. This is a themed event with all things dog or pet related. For more information, call 612-843-3700.
    The Legacy of St. Anthony
    2540 Kenzie Terrace, St. Anthony
  • Thursday, June 11, 9am-9pm and Friday, June 12, 9am-5pm
    Patriots Marching Band Garage Sale in the lower gym of the St. Anthony Village High School (enter through door #11 in the lower parking lot). For more information, call 612-706-1095.
    St. Anthony Village High School
    3303 33rd Avenue NE, St. Anthony


  • Wednesday, May 27, 2pm
    UCare informational meetings. UCare is hosting a free "Medicare101" meeting and a UCare for Seniors health plan informational meeting. To register and for more information, call 1-877-523-1518 (toll free). www.ucare.org.
  • Friday, May 29, 8-10pm and Saturday, May 30, 10am
    Johnstock 2015, a free family event with artists, crafters, music and activities for children, between 28th and 29th avenues on Johnson Street NE. For more information, visit nenorthnews.com.
  • Saturday, May 30, 8am
    Foodie Four Mile Race to the Market. Run/walk beginning at B.F. Nelson Park, $35. To register and for more information, visit www.active.com.
    B.F. Nelson Park
    400 Marshall Street NE, Minneapolis
  • Saturday, May 30, 2-4pm
    Rights and Responsibilities Forum. Free and open to the public, will include a presentation on topics related to renters rights and responsibilities, and private one-on-one consultations with attorneys. Registration is not required.
    East Side Neighborhood Services
    1700 Second Street NE, Minneapolis 
  • Saturday, May 30, 10am-2pm
    Pierre Bottineau book sale. There will be a bag sale, $5 per bag, 1-2pm.
    Pierre Bottineau Library
    55 Broadway Street, NE, Minneapolis
  • Saturday, June 13, 9am
    NE Ride, a 13-mile, family-friendly bicycle ride through Northeast Minneapolis’ 14 neighborhoods, starting at Beltrami Park, Broadway and Fillmore Street NE. The ride will conclude with an after party at Indeed Brewing Company. Advance registration is $20 per rider. Same day registration is $25. Children 12 and younger ride for free when accompanied by a parent or guardian. Registration includes a T-shirt, spoke card, and door prizes at the after party. To register, visit northeastride.
    Beltrami Park
    1111 Summer Street, NE, Mnneapolis
  • Monday, June 15, 6-8pm
    Summer Kickoff. Come out with the family and kick off the summer. Hot dogs, chips, water and ice cream floats will be sold. 
    Audubon Park
    29th Avenue and Johnson Street NE, Minneapolis
  • Tuesday, June 16, 6:30-9pm
    86th Annual Celebrate Northeast Parade on Central Avenue between 27th and 18th avenues NE. For more information, visit minneapolischamber.org.  
  • Wednesday, June 17-Sunday, June 21 
    Stone Arch Bridge Festival. A weekend of art and music on the Riverfront. The free festival also includes artist booths, family activities and a Father’s Day car show. For more information, visit www.stonearchbridgefestival.com.
  • Friday, June 19 and Saturday June 20
    NEighbors Garage Sale Weekend. For more information, call Margo Ashmore at 612-788-9003.
  • Saturday, June 20, 11am-5pm
    Windyfest 2015 NE Festival
    Windom Park
    2251 Hayes Street NE, Minneapolis
  • Sunday, June 21, noon-5pm
    3rd Annual Food and Brew Jam. Celebrate the first day of summer. Tickets $10. For more information, visit nemplsonline.com.
  • Tuesdays through June
    MNSure Application Assistance by appointment only. East Side Neighborhood Services will offer assistance signing up for health coverage though MNSure. For more information or to make an appointment, call Angela at 612-302-3145.
    East Side Neighborhood Services
    1700 Second Street NE, Minneapolis 
  • It's Camp Bovey Registration Time. Registration for the 2015 overnight art camp and other summer camp sessions begins now. To register and for more information, visit esns.org/campbovey.


  • Saturday, May 30, 9am-4pm
    21st Annual Victory Garage Sales. Get map at victoryneighborhood.org.
  • Monday, June 1, 3:30pm
    Hopewell Music celebrates International Children's Day at Webber Park. Various performances and activities. 
    Webber Park
    4400 Dupont Avenue N, Minneapolis
  • Saturday, June 6, 9am-noon
    ARC truck. Donate what you didn't sell at the garage sale to the ARC store. A truck will be parked in the 45th avenue parking lot of Loring School. Gently used clothing, toys, household or sporting goods will be accepted.
  • June 8-August 14, 11:30am-5pm
    Summer at Gethsemane. The Camden Promise will provide free lunch to all who come to Gethsemane's summer lunch program. For kids grades 1-5.
  • Thursday, June 11, 6-8pm
    Live on the Drive featuring Debbie Duncan. For more information, visit liveonthedrive.org.
    Victory Memorial Parkway
    34th Avenue N and Victory Memorial Parkway, Minneapolis
  • Saturday, June 13, 8:30am
    7th Annual “Rollin' Along the River” Walk and Roll-a-thon and Summer Dash 5K. To register, visit www.accessability.org. For more information, contact Valerie Lockhart at 612-852-1809 or vlockhart@accessability.org.
    North Mississippi Regional Park
    Interstate 94 and 49th Avenue N, Minneapolis
  • Wednesdays, June 17 through September 2, 6-7:30pm
    Summer at Gethsemane Wednesday night cook outs. The girlls will be fired up cooking hot dogs in the parking lot. Chips, dessert and bevergages will also be served. Pallets of fruit and vegetables provided by Second Harvest will be available.
  • Saturday, June 20
    Juneteenth. For more information, visit www.juneteenthminnesota.org.
    North Mississippi Regional Park
    5114 North Mississippi Drive, Minneapolis
  • Wednesday, June 24, 7-9pm
    Victory Neighborhood Ice Cream Social
    Victory Park
    4414 Upton Avenue N, Minneapolis

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Golden Valley

  • Friday, June 19 8:30-10:30am
    Coffee with a Cop
    Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
    3915 Golden Valley Road, Minneapolis
  • Sunday, June 28, 12:30-4:30pm
    Police Bike-Along. Tour some of Golden Valley’s trails and less well-known areas with Police Sgt Dave Kuhnly. Ride begins and ends at the Golden Valley Police Department.To register, contact GVPD at 763-593-8079 or police@goldenvalleymn.gov.  
    Golden Valley Police Department
    7800 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley


  • Thursday, May 28, 6:30-7:45pm
    Home Alone Workshop. Geared toward children ages 8-10, the workshop will teach children how to respond in an emergency if they’re home alone. $5. To register, call the Parks and Recreation Department at 763-509-5200 or register online using course number 47796.
    Plymouth Public Safety Building
    3400 Plymouth Blvd, Plymouth
  • Tuesday, June 2, 6-7pm
    Walk with a Doc. Each month a different doctor will lead a 45 minute walk that is open to all Plymouth community members.
    Plymouth Creek Center
    14800 34th Avenue N, Plymouth
  • Bike Helmet Sale. The Plymouth Fire Department will sell low-cost bike helmets 6-8pm. the first and third Thursday of each month through August 20. Helmets range in size from toddler to adult extra large and come in many styles and colors. Traditional bike helmets are $14 and multi-sport helmets are $17.
    Fire Station III
    3300 Dunkirk Lane N, Plymouth
  • Tuesday, June 9, 7-8pm
    Plymouth Concert Band. Come out to listen to a free concert under the baton of conductor David Elmhirst and 60 musicians from Plymouth and the surrounding suburbs.
    Parkers Lake Stage
    County Road 6 and Niagara Lane, Plymouth
  • Wednesday, June 10, 11-11:45am
    Kids Concert: Sticks and Tones
    Parkers Lake Stage
    County Road 6 and Niagara Lane, Plymouth
  • Tuesday, June 16, 7-8pm
    LaValle Jazz Cats. This Little Big Band enjoys focusing on a unique mix of classic works performed by Count Basie, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Natalie Cole, Etta James, Louis Armstrong, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, and more recently Michael Buble, and Harry Connick Jr, Chick Corea, and more.
    Parkers Lake Stage
    County Road 6 and Niagara Lane, Plymouth
  • Tuesday, June 23, 7-8pm
    Plymouth Rockers. Free concert.
    Parkers Lake Stage
    County Road 6 and Niagara Lane, Plymouth
  • Wednesday, June 24, 10am-noon
    Happy Birthday America Parade
    Hilde Performance Center
    3500 Plymouth Blvd, Plymouth
  • Tuesday, June 30, 7-8pm
    Sarah Morris in concert. Minnesota-born singer-song writer with a flair for songs about the highs, and lows of love.
    Parkers Lake Stage
    County Road 6 and Niagara Lane, Plymouth
  • Entertainment in the Parks. This popular summer series of free events and actitivies, which includes concerts, carnivals, parades, and water ski shows, kicks off June 9. For more information and a calendar of events, call 763-509-5200 or visit plymouthmn.gov

Medicine Lake

Farmers Markets

  • Saturdays, May 23 through October, 6am-1pm
    Minneapolis Farmers Market
    312 East Lyndale Avenue N, Minneapolis
  • Saturdays, May 30 through October 24, 9am-1pm
    NE Farmers Market
    Parking lot Of St. Boniface Church
    629 Second Street NE, Minneapolis
  • Thursdays, June 18 through September 24, 4-7pm
    Audubon Farmers Market 
    Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church 
    Johnson Street at 27th Avenue NE, Minneapolis
  • Fridays, June 19 through October 9, 3-7pm
    West Broadway Farmers Market
    1000 West Broadway Avenue N, Minneapolis
  • Wednesdays, June 24 through September 30, 2:30-6:30pm
    Plymouth Farmers Market
    Parkers Lake Playfield parking lot
    15500 County Road 6, Plymouth
  • Sundays, June 28 though October 4, 9am-1pm
    Golden Valley Farmers Market
    7800 Golden Valley Road
  • Thursdays, July 9 through October 1
    Camden Farmers Market
    The Warren
    4400 Osseo Road, Minneapolis

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