The big red barn at the Bruentrup Heritage Farm will be home to 40+ artisans, crafters, vintage sellers, flea market and direct sellers. Shoppers can safely enjoy both outdoor and well-ventilated indoor environments. Do the Twist or dance a hoedown to a live band playing '50s and country music, and when you get hungry, grab some deep-fried tacos or corn dogs or pork chops on a stick (on sale), made by the volunteers at the Maplewood Area Historical Society. Also, check out the exhibits and tour the grounds!

Masks will be required in the barn. Rules pertaining to COVID-19 restrictions will apply. For safety purposes, only a limited number of shoppers at a time will be allowed to browse the indoor shopping areas. Vendors will be on each floor of the barn and also on the grounds. The Maplewood Area Historical Society volunteers will be maintaining clean, disinfected public areas. The Bruentrup Heritage Farm is an accessible space, however, the barn basement area is slightly more difficult to enter with a wheelchair.


  • Occurs Saturday, May 1st, 2021 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm


Bruentrup Heritage Farm/Maplewood Historical Society

2170 County Road D East
Maplewood, MN 55109


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