Civic Center Farmers' Market



Civic Center Farmers' Market


Tiffany Kari

We are back for a 2nd year! Opening day is June 20, 2019

The Civic Center Farmers' Market will run every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Civic Center area (in front of the Duluth Courthouse) until September 26th (excluding July 4th).

Fresh Produce - Home Baked Goods - Flowers - Meats - Eggs - Jams - Syrups - & More

The perfect place to shop for dinner or grab a bite for lunch and relax in our beautiful Civic Center.

Civic Center Farmers' Market


The Rambler will be with us each week serving vegan and gluten free options (falafel and tamales) and much more. The Rambler is on a mission to dish up mouth- watering grub from the “unique and zesty” to the “familiar and savory”. Whether your taste buds are curious, or they prefer it a little more mellow, you're guaranteed to find the chow to please 'em.  Located at the upper area of the Civic Center circle every Thursday (besides July, 4th).

Along with our featured truck, a variety of food trucks will be visiting each week at the lower area of the Civic Center circle.  

Starting with Oasis Del Norte MN Mobile Restaurant serving up tacos, burritos, tortas and more on... June 20th, June 27th, July 11th, July 18th, July 25th, August 1st, August 8th, August 15th, August 22nd, September 5th, and September 19th.

JB’s Cuisine Roulante offers a unique “fine-dining-on-wheels” experience.  Rather than the traditional “something on a stick” that you find with many food trucks, JB’s serves a delicious, fresh combination of French, Caribbean, and Mediterranean cuisine. As a result, you will have a hard time believing that our scrumptious dishes came from a food truck on... August 29th, September 12th, and September 26th.

NEW!  Additional food options will be available:

  • Juice Pharm serving vegan/vegetarian tacos & juice.
  • Ice Cream from Love Creamery on July 25th, August 8th and August 22nd

Live Music:

Every week through August 22nd, the market air will be filled with the melodies of the Lindula Brothers.

John and Brian Lindula were born and raised in Cherry, Minnesota and both graduated  from the University of Minnesota, Duluth. While in Duluth the Lindula Brothers couldn’t help but be influenced by Bob Dylan and Trampled by Turtles, which led to a love of Woody Guthrie, old-time and bluegrass music. The Lindula Brothers  are excited to finally be able to play more original, folk, and bluegrass music since John moved back to Minnesota from a stint in Alaska. You can get a preview on Facebook.

Every week from August 29th through September 26th, the market will be filled with the harmonies of the Marquis Mark and the Very Mysterious.

They are mainly a husband & wife duo but sometimes they're a trio or even a quartet hence the mysterious part of the name.  The folk duo/trio/quartet plays originals and classics with smooth vocal arrangements.
Sponsored in part by:

Other Activities:

Parking Options:
  • Free Parking Spaces at the Market (Limited Number)
  • Street Parking
  • Courthouse Parking Ramp Meter Parking (West 3rd St just above the Duluth Courthouse)
  • Civic Center Public Parking Ramp (410 West 1st Street) - First Hour Free
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Free Reusable Bags:
Again we will be able to offer free reusable market bags! Bags will be available at the market each week until they are gone.
Sponsored by:

Flowers and produce by Ong her (weekly)
Golden Garden’s Produce (weekly)
Liberation Bakery  (every other week - alternating with Bread in the Meadow)
Bread in the Meadow Bakery (every other week - alternating with Liberation Bakery)
Kathy Boyle, Eggs (weekly)
Sarah Garramone, Garlic & Pesto (weekly)
Arlee & Steve Friederichs, caramel corn, homemade caramels, pretzels etc.… (weekly)
Bay Produce (weekly)
Theresa Perrault Bakery (every other week)
Lisa Issacs, crafts and jam (every other week)
Anahata Herbal CSA (every other week) )
Nelson Road Farm Meats (every other week) 
Abigail Schaefer, Jewelry (drop in 6/20, 8/1, 9/19)
Angela Hoffman, Ceramics (drop in)
Interest in becoming a vendor?
We welcome a variety of local vendors specifically who sell produce, flowers, cheeses, jams, syrups, meat, bread and eggs. The market is within very short walking distance for thousands of downtown employees including for St. Louis County, the City of Duluth, Federal agencies, Maurice's Corporation and many others. If interested please contact Tiffany Kari.