Farmer’s Market Opens in Hermantown

11 Vendors Will Sell Everything from Trees to Grilled Cheese

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The Hermantown Farmer’s Market opened for business at the old city hall, Monday.

Some vendors at the market are selling homegrown organic produce, jellies and jams, syrups, and fruit tree saplings.

Others are selling flowers, kettle corn, oils and massage treatments, or even grilled cheese sandwiches.

Produce vendor Roxy Schmidt said the market will be a great help to people looking to purchase organic produce and food products.

Schmidt said the prices on her produce, which includes squash, beets, radishes, and red and green cabbage range from $.50 to $2.50.

The market will be open Mondays for the next 2 months, until mid-September.

Hours of operation will be between 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

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