@ the tiny diner
About Tiny Diner Farmers Market
Tiny Diner Farmers Market is a unique space situated between the Powderhorn, Corcoran, and Bancroft neighborhoods. It's one of a small number of markets in that part of the city, attracting residents from across Minneapolis to the Tiny Diner.
Throughout the summer, this market will also be putting a focus on community classes and permaculture programming, bringing in a diverse customer base to the market.
This market is open to food producers, artisans and craft makers and farmers. Ready-to-eat foods are not being added at this time.
Each of the retail partners (RED Market, F&E and Tiny Diner) will take an active role in promoting the event to their audiences, with dedicated marketing dollars.
What is included in the stall fee?
The drop-in stall fee is $20/week, and a full market season costs $200 (roughly $14/week)
The stall fee includes the following:
Three-hour market stall rental (5:00pm - 8:00pm)
10' x 10' space
Social media promotional features
Farmers and packaged food vendors should plan to bring:
Sign clearly listing your business name
Compostable beverage and food wares are required for sampling
Packaging materials and bags for sales
Checkout items (change float, card reader, receipt paper, etc)
A copy of your food vendor permit
100ft of commercial quality extension cords, should electricity be required
Handwashing station, filled with warm water, two buckets, nail brush, thermometer and hand soap
All vendor trash must be carried out, along with gray water - no trash or water will be deposited on site
Details including your stall allocation and set up information will be sent out one week prior to the event.
June 29 - October 5, 2017
1024 E 38th St,
Minneapolis, MN 55407
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