Forty-five local businesses will be celebrating "Small Business Saturday" at the Midwest Pantry in St. Anthony from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday Nov. 24.
They will feature their locally-made artisan & organic foods, custom art pieces, health & beauty products, handmade formal wear, kitchen & house ware, handmade jewelry, accessories, clothing, mens' wear, pet treats, gift baskets and so much more in one convenient location.
They will even be providing free childcare provided by Fitness Crossroad. They are located at the St. Anthony Community Center on 3301 Silver Lake Road NE in St. Anthony.
Here are the items featured on KARE 11 Saturday:
Nikkolette's macarons: French macaroons. Local, Minneapolis
Superior Switchel Company- Finalist in 2018 MN Cup: What is Switchel? It's locally brewed ginger, apple cider vinegar elixer from the 19th century.
Surrender Salmon: Frozen sockeye salmon portions in three flavors. Owner is a Alaskan Commercial fisherman who fishes off his families boat in Alaska all summer, but lives in Minneapolis the rest of the year.
Jules Loft: Edible bird seed art for your garden. Popular gift with fun shapes made of bird seed. Her products sell out from many shows. She is based out of Waconia.
Got Knot: Men's ties, shirts, suits and tuxedos. This locally owned company has been in business for 10 years and makes beautiful, unique men's ties and bow ties.
Fair Anita: A social enterprise that is selling jewelry from around the world. She helps employ over 8000 women from 16 countries. Your purchase helps women have self-sufficiency with a fair wage.
Bolton Bees: Selling honey local to MN.
Valley Farms: Selling mustards, vinegars, herb infused salts. Based in Duluth.
Double Take Salsa: Gourmet salsa and hot sauces. Locally made in Minnesota.
Duluth Preserving Company. Locally made jams with familiar Minnesota flavors. Small batches with tradition and health in mind.