2020 "Veg Up the Market" Registration
Camden Farmer’s Market and Twin Cities Veg Fest invite YOU to participate in an exciting new collaboration throughout the 2020 Camden Farmer’s Market Season: Veg Up the Market!

This collaboration will bring followers of both events to purchase fresh produce, locally grown food, and local products on Saturdays from noon to 4pm at North Market (4414 Humboldt Avenue North, Minneapolis, 55412). Our mission is to increase access to fresh produce and locally produced food on the Northside.

Vendors will be assigned different days throughout the season which will run from July 18 to October 10. You can share your preferences below.

Camden Farmer’s Market and Twin Cities Veg Fest take vendor and attendee health seriously. All attendees will be required to wear masks and wash their hands before entering. Only 150 people will be allowed into the market at any one time, and traffic will flow one way through the vendors.

This season, Camden Farmer’s Market’s famed knife-off cooking contests, which have drawn hundreds of spectators, will be entirely plant-based. Throughout the season Twin Cities Veg Fest and Compassionate Action for Animals representatives will be encouraging attendees to make #snaptheveg videos and participate in the Explore Veg Challenge, a 21 day challenge to try vegan or vegetarian eating.

We look forward to your participation in the market!
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Scheduling and payment - Please pay at https://checkout.square.site/buy/J5UGVLO7UGYFNBRKH5VT4KL6. These funds go toward printed materials, social media boosting of the event, and organizing costs. *
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