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Red River Market Wraps Up Its Final Day of the Season

"This is the best market in North Dakota."

The Red River Market is celebrating its final day of the year. One of the biggest farmers market in the area is wrapping up for the season. “We are celebrating our last day of the season. The Red River Market is our community’s largest farmer’s market, we represent over 70 small businesses – we have got about 50 or 60…

Fargo’s Red River Market opens for its 7th season

FARGO (KVRR) — Saturday is the official opening of the Red River Market for its 7th season in Fargo. “Funny to think that 7 years ago there were maybe 10 vendors and looking at how incredible it is now. It feels like a street fair, rather than a farmer’s market,” Three Bears Honey Marketing Manager Brittany Luthi said. The Red…

Red River Market closes for the season

Vendors and shoppers celebrate final market in costume

FARGO, N.D. — It’s the end of the season. The Red River market says its final goodbye for the year. As shoppers celebrated the final community farmers market in true Halloween spirit they took the opportunity to stock up on some of their favorite goods. Shoppers and vendors alike got the chance to dress up in costume while enjoying live…

Red River Market celebrates 100th Market Day

The market is in its sixth season

FARGO, N.D. — The Red River Market is celebrating a milestone: its 100th Market Day since it first opened back in 2015. To celebrate, some vendors are offering specials and the market had a free sticker giveaway where they handed out over a thousand stickers. They also had prize drawings every hour and live music performances. Those at the market…

The F-M Community Takes To The Streets After Black Man Is Shot In Kenosha

More than 200 people attended the march for Jacob Blake.

FARGO, N.D.-  The recent police shooting of a Wisconsin man brings the Fargo-Moorhead community back on the streets to march for change. Some in the Fargo-Moorhead area say the movement that has come after George Floyd’s death is making sure no Black man or woman dies in vain. It’s part of an effort to make real change. A change they…

Red River Market Reopens, New COVID-19 Guidelines In Place

The market starts at 10:00 and runs until 2 every Saturday.

FARGO, N.D. — Live music, fresh food and plenty of faces covered in masks, packed into the Red River Market. But if you’re making a stop in you will notice some differences this season. There is no seating, people are asked to wear masks and limit their time spent at the market. Vendors we spoke to say they are glad…

LIVE: Red River Market Making Changes For COVID-19

First Market Set For Saturday, July 11th

  The Red River Market is back starting this weekend, with some big changes because of COVID-19. The first market of the year is this Saturday, July 11th, from 10-2 downtown. To promote social distancing, the market will spread out over twice as much space. All vendors will wear masks. Customers are asked to as well. Each vendor will have…

Vendors Share Their Local Creations With Community at Red River Market

This is the 5th season of the market

FARGO, N.D. — It’s farmer’s market season, and the Red River Market had its grand opening for community members looking to find locally made goods. Food is something that brings everybody together. “What can you go wrong with candy, people love candy,” Jeremy Schwarzrock, co-owner of Rogue Candies, said. People at the Red River Market are sure indulging in plenty…

LIVE: Red River Market Makes Its Mark In New Location

Market On The Move For 2019, Still In Downtown Fargo

  The Red River Market returns this weekend in a new spot. This year’s farmer’s markets site is 63 5th Street North in Fargo, a few blocks from its former home. The new digs will still host about 75 local vendors offering locally-made produce, food and other goods. That’s in addition to music and kids activities. Market Manager Annie Scheving…

One-Time Spring Market Opens in Preparation for Red River Market

The one time market is in preparation for the annual Red River Market

FARGO, N.D.– The Spring Farmers market in partnership with the Prairie Food Co–Op made its debut before the normal season kicks off in July. The one time market is in preparation for the annual Red River Market. More than 40 stands were set up with items like tea, coffee, produce, plants, hot food and more. The Co–founder and Co–organizer for…