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Aug. 24 – Labor Day, Sept. 4, 2023

147 Days 19 Hours 57 Mins

New Attraction: In the Community – 9 New Vendors

In the Community – 9 New Vendors

Our state is home to amazing nonprofits and educational organizations. Stop by these booths – and dozens more at the fair – to learn more about their work.


  • Animal Folks
    • Programs and services focusing on animal welfare, animal law and animal protection
  • Be the Match
    • Information about marrow donation and the organization’s mission
  • CareAparent
    • Comprehensive home health services for seniors in the Twin Cities
  • Education Law Advocacy Project – Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services
    • Information on free, legal aid to Minnesota students and families with low income dealing with school-related issues
  • Keystone Interpreting Solutions
    • Providing services and trained, certified and qualified interpreters in a variety of specialties and settings for Deaf, DeafBlind, hard of hearing and hearing Minnesotans
  • Minnesota African American Heritage Museum
    • Display showing the accomplishments and achievements of African Americans in Minnesota, 1800-1950
  • Minnesota Department of Corrections
    • Information on career opportunities and work to transform lives for a safer Minnesota
  • Minnesota Hemp Growers Cooperative
    • Educational materials on hemp products, including building materials, textiles, nutrition/wellness; and information on the agricultural and manufacturing process (no CBD or THC product sales)
  • Minnesota RETAIN Program
    • Information to help workers stay at or return to work when an injury or illness impacts employment

Additional Resources


Located throughout the fairgrounds