As the air grows crisp and leaves begin to change color, we’re reminded that change is a constant, yet beautiful part of life. For many families, the return to school marks a new chapter — one filled with new teachers, new lessons, and new friends. Yet, as we embrace these new beginnings, it’s equally important to remember the roots that ground us: our traditions, our community, and our shared experiences at places like Market in the Valley.
Remember the warmth of your grandmother’s kitchen and the scent of her famous apple pie? As children, we may not have realized the labor of love that each pie represented, but as adults, we understand the value of such traditions. They connect us to our past, guide us in the present, and offer something timeless to pass along to the next generation.
This weekend at Market in the Valley, it’s more than just about shopping for fresh produce or handmade crafts. It’s an opportunity to continue old traditions and perhaps start some new ones. As the kids head back to school, why not involve them in the joy of selecting fresh fruits for their lunchbox or a beautiful flower to brighten up the home?
Fall is a season of harvest, and as we gather nature’s bounty, let’s also gather stories, laughter, and love. Come share your family’s traditions, learn about the heritage of others, and create new memories that your children will look forward to each year as the seasons change.
June 18 - October 8
Sundays 9:00am to 1:00pm
7800 Golden Valley Road
Golden Valley, MN 55427