As the summer gets underway, the second Millwork Night Market of the season is happening Thursday, June 9, starting at 5 pm.

It will be another fun evening in Dubuque's Millwork District with unique vendors, produce, plants, flowers, specialty foods, artists, handmade goods, craft beer, and live music.

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Located on Jackson Street, between 7th - 9th Streets, the Millwork Night Market has provided a relaxed evening event for five years running.

Bring your camping chairs and find a good spot to enjoy the music, festive atmosphere, great food, weather, and people watching.

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Although it certainly has a similar feel, the Night Market isn't your typical Farmer's Market. Think of this as a free after-work street party on steroids. With food trucks, beer for sale by the Jaycees, and live music with the massive old brick warehouses as the dramatic backdrop, it's a fun vibe for the young and young at heart.

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Market Co-Founders Andie Donnan & Danielle Stowell share a love of local foods & local arts. So they created the event to help put shoppers in touch with the tri-state area's farmers, producers, artists, and artisans.

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The Night Market is also a terrific way to shop locally for farm-fresh produce, meat, dairy, art, and household items. You keep your dollars in Dubuque by supporting the local vendors, which keeps our local economy strong.

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Thursday's forecast calls for partly cloudy skies with a high temperature in the mid to high 70s. Hence, as the sun sets and the evening festivities commence, it should be a sublime summer evening for attending June's Millwork Night Market.

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The Millwork Night Market happens every second Thursday of the month through October. Visit MillworkNightMarket.com

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