FARGO - The Red River Market is celebrating its 100th farmer’s market event this Saturday, Oct. 10.
The market, which has been held the last couple years in the neighboring parking lots for The Forum and the Loudon Building at the corner of First Avenue North and Fifth Street, will include some special additions for the day.
There will be prize drawings and visitors will receive a party hat and a free commemorative 100th Market Day sticker designed by local artist, Jack Machacek. The market’s signature 1949 red Chevy truck will also be decorated for fall family photos.
The market runs 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There will be more than 40 vendors selling produce, meat, eggs, bakery, pantry items, household goods and art. Hot food and beverages will also be available.
Visitors can take in live performances by local musicians: Hunter Webster and Kara Brusven from 10-11 a.m.; Annabelle Maher from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; and Jessica Vines and Connor Lee from 1-2 p.m.
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The market and its vendors have created a layout to allow for social distancing. Visitors can find all vendor requirements and visitor guidelines at www.redriver.market/covid.
All vendors accept SNAP/EBT on eligible products and Red River Market matches purchases up to $10 per person per visit at the information booth.
The market will be held Saturdays through Oct. 31. More information on vendors and parking is available at www.redriver.market.