Tag: Wayzata Farmers Market
Deb Hoen, coordinator for the Wayzata Farmers’ Market joins Dan to discuss the new location, the offerrings from vendors, hours, and more. Can you guess which is Deb’s favorite flavor of preserves?
It’s that time of year again, as the Wayzata Farmers’ Market gets ready to gear up for another season. Organizer Debra Hoen recently tweeted this image, and I’m posting it so the Wayzata Community knows the changes.New this year is the location of the market–301 Promenade Avenue. In years past it had been held in the American Legion parking lot.Patrons can expect to find local produce, meats, honey, salsas, jams, breads, perennial plants, flowers, and more.
If you visited the Wayzata Bay Center on Saturday, you know how busy the indoor farmers market was. Every parking space in the parking lot was taken, and the place was hopping.
A patron enjoys a sample at the Wayzata Farmers Market on April 16, 2011. Photo Dan Gustafson.
Shoppers also enjoyed a live petting zoo for kids and adults.
The petting zoo drew a huge crowd. Photo Dan Gustafson.