Shakopee Area Farmers Markets

Dated: August 27 2019

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Farmers markets are a great place to purchase locally grown fruits, vegetables and farm products. The Shakopee Downtown Farmers Market is in its' second year and we also have a nice variety of other area farmers markets during the week (St Francis on Tuesday, Chaska on Wednesday and the Shakopee Legion on Thursday) and on the weekend so you are sure to find one that matches your schedule. They are a great amenity for our area.

Shakopee

Downtown Farmers Market

138 Lewis Street

Sundays 9am – 2pm

St Francis Farmers Market

Southwest/Purple Lot

Tuesdays 9am – 2pm

Shakopee Legion Farmers Market

Legion Parking Lot

Thursdays 8am – 4pm

Chaska

Downtown Chaska Market

Chaska City Hall Parking Lot

1 City Hall Plaza

Wednesday 3-7pm

Prior Lake

16228 Main Avenue SE, Prior Lake

Saturday 8am to 12 noon

Weekly through October

Savage

Off Highway 13, near historic Train Depot, 4800 West 123rd Steet

Sundays 8am to 1pm

Through October 27th


Call me at 952-221-2818 if you have any questions regarding real estate, I am here to help.

John Canny

John@TheCannyGroup.com

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John Canny

The Canny Group, led by highly respected real estate agent, John Canny, specializes in real estate transactions in Shakopee, Savage, Prior Lake, and the extended southwest metro including Scott County....

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