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West Fargo's POW-MIA Plaza to host the Red River Market Saturday, May 21

Thirty vendors will line Sheyenne Street with live performances and family activities taking place in the POW-MIA Plaza.

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Milk Made's booth is shown at a Red River Market held in the summer of 2021 in downtown Fargo. The market will be held in West Fargo for the first time from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at the POW-MIA Plaza, 400 Sheyenne Street.
Contributed / M.Schleif Photography
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WEST FARGO — Red River Market will wrap up its off-season series with a final spring market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 21st, at the POW-MIA Plaza, 400 Sheyenne Street.

During off-season events, the market traveled around the community and hosted events in Moorhead and around Fargo. This is the first time Red River Market will host an event in West Fargo.

Thirty vendors will line Sheyenne Street with live performances and family activities taking place in the POW-MIA Plaza.

Local musicians Blue Red Roses, Matty J, and Abraham Tabares will take the stage for free performances. West Fargo Public Library’s Little Red Reading Bus will be available for kids and adults to check out books and sign up to get a library card. Kids can also play in the plaza with the market’s signature big blue blocks.

The first of the spring produce will be available from vendors like Uncle Jesse’s produce alongside canned goods, meats, and eggs. Baked goods from market favorites including fried pies from Baker’s Wagon and scones from Michele’s Table .

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Other vendors will offer hot food, household goods, beverages, and more at the market.

For more information, visit redriver.market/spring .

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