Saturday, July 18, 2009

Market Fest Wednesday

Every Wednesday through the Summer, Eaganites gather for the fun "Market Fest." A farmers market offers fresh, local produce while kid games, activities and music happen all at the Eagan Community Center.


On July 15, "Radio Disney" and Cascade Bay's "Captain Breeze" led kid games! A fun time was had by all.




13 comments:

  1. Cute! A colorful vegetable display perused by colorful customers!

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  2. I like that Yellow one, look cute and entertaining. What the frut in pink color there? Or is it veggie?

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  3. The pink color ones are called "new potatoes." I love farmers markets!

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  4. very cute, i loved the old man with a beard!

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  5. New potatoes are a favorite of mine. This looks like so much fun, especially if you have kids with you!

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  6. all of that fruit and veg looks like it would pass the strict EU 'no misshapen produce allowed' test. Farmers markets I go to usually have the uglier stuff (tasty nonetheless!).

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  7. I love farmer's markets, too. And it's a good thing they have some entertainment for the kiddos...I mean, in Eagan, what else is there to do?

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  8. Captain Breeze looks a bit scary to me! I'll stick to the vegetables!
    Jackie

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  9. Wonderful colours in this one. Farmers markets are great places for photos.

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  10. Hi there! I like farmers markets very much, this one looks pretty cool.

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  11. I love the market!!! Especially the second shot! :-D

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  12. I like the guy in the yellow rainsuit. Cpt. Breeze looks fun.

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  13. Did you see the film "Food, Inc."? If not, I recommend it. It will convince you to shop to your local farmers market as much as possible. Which is something I love to do anyways.

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