Farmington Community Expo offers information, entertainment

The 22nd Farmington Community Expo will be from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 25, at Farmington High School.

During the event, visitors can learn more about the city, schools, sports and activities, along with local businesses and organizations.

Guests can enter the school's east doors. 

Last year the annual event attracted more than 2,000 residents, according to Mandy Clementz, adult and community coordinator with Farmington Community Education.

This year the expo plans to offer more than 82 booths.

Businesses, churches or organizations in Farmington that would like to reserve a table or find out more information, call Community Education at 651-460-3200 or visit

The registration deadline is Jan. 16.

Teams from Synergy Dance Center and Just for Kix will provide live entertainment.

Farmington Police Department’s K-9 Officer Odin will be be ready for two meet and greet times.

The free event is sponsored by Farmington Community Education, the city of Farmington, Farmington Business Association and the Dakota County Tribune.

“We are very excited to be partnering with the Dakota County Tribune. With their help, our map and vendor list will be revamped and included in the newspaper and we will have additional copies for guests at the welcome table,” Clementz said. “It is always a great event to connect and build relationships with local businesses and organizations.”

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