Winter Farmers Market
The 2020-2021 Winter Market season will take place on the third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. from November to April at Big Lake City Hall. The market features free parking, the frequent shopper program, senior coupons at every other market, and take and make kids crafts.
Vendors are selling only homemade and homegrown items including seasonal produce, meat, eggs, baked goods, candies, salsa, pickles, jelly, jam, honey, syrup, sauces, mushrooms, and home made crafts!
Debit/Credit, Snap/EBT, and Market Bucks accepted. Stop by the information table to find out how this works!
Big Lake City Hall
160 Lake Street N
Big Lake, MN 55309
Winter Market Dates:
Third Saturday of the month from 10am - 1pm
- November 21 (NOVEMBER MARKET CANCELLED)
- December 19 (Senior Day)
- January 16
- February 20 (Senior Day)
- March 20
- April 17 (Senior Day)
Contact Corrie Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to become a vendor or volunteer.
Keep in mind, the Big Lake Farmers Market is taking the following precautions to keep our customers, vendors, and staff safe and healthy:
- Use source control face coverings while indoors and while outside if social distancing is not possible. Face coverings are required while inside of the market space. If you do not have access to a face covering, we will provide you with one.
- No on-site consumption. Please enjoy your food and beverages outside of the market area. This includes prepackaged food samples.
- All customers, staff and vendors should stay home if they feel sick or if a member of their family or production staff are not feeling well.
- A public hand washing station will be available as well as sanitizer at the information booth. Shoppers will be encouraged to wash their hands upon entry and exit from the market.
- Vendor booths will be spaced farther apart to avoid crowding. Vendor displays will be modified to distance vendors and their products from the shopping public.
- In the first half-hour of the market, we invite seniors, health care providers, and folks with underlying health concerns to shop.
- For now, the market will be a shopping destination, not a social gathering. If possible, please consider leaving children at home until restrictions ease.
- Shoppers should shop with their eyes and allow vendors to pack their products.
- Special programming (i.e. live music and on-site kids activities) will be suspended until CDC recommendations allow for them.
We will modify this list of strategies as public health concerns ease and as we learn of new best practices. Thank you for understanding and for continuing to support the market and its farmers, crafters, and musicians.