Downtown Shakopee Farmers Market

Sundays, June 2 - September 29
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Lewis Street Parking Lot

Downtown Shakopee's Farmers Market runs from June 2nd to September 29th every Sunday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in the parking lot on Lewis Street in Downtown Shakopee. The farmers market will include some of Minnesota's best local vendors including fresh vegetables, handmade items, gifts, and so much more. Skip the grocery store and come out and support local businesses and farmers!

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Annual Chamber Golf Tournament 

Tuesday, July 23
10:00 AM - Shotgun Start
The Meadows at Mystic Lake
2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard NW, Prior Lake
Tournament is held rain or shine.

Join us out on the greens to network, have fun and enjoy the company of other chamber members. The day will include time at the driving range, a shotgun start, lunch, mini contests on the course, and a closing awards  banquet. Not a golfer? Not a problem. You can join us for just the banquet.

Player Fee: $150 per golfer
Or register before July 1st and save $20!
Banquet Only: $50 per person

Interested in a tournament sponsorship?   A sponsorship is the perfect opportunity to get your company in front of 150+ event attendees and increase your company's visibility in the Chamber and community. Email Elishia Kim for more information.
Become a Part of ChamberNet

7:30 AM
River Valley YMCA

ChamberNet is designed for Chamber members interested in growing their bottom line through good quality referrals.

ChamberNet provides the opportunity to: network with the best and brightest of your peers; stay abreast of new developments through market and current event updates at each meeting; learn and share best practices for technical strategies and practice management topics; and problem-solve technical issues faced by group members in their practices in an open forum.

If interested, please contact Elishia Kim or Todd Klohn.

* An official start date will be determined once a group has been formed.
Amy Jerdee Named President of St. Francis Regional Medical Center
St. Francis Regional Medical Center has named Amy Jerdee as its new president. Jerdee will assume her new position on Monday, June 24.
"Amy is an exceptional leader with outstanding clinical and operational experience, most recently as president of clinical operations at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin," said Deb Pauly, St. Francis Regional Medical Center board chair. "Everyone who has met Amy in this process agrees that she will be a wonderful addition to the St. Francis team."
Jerdee began her career as a registered nurse in the cardiac surgery intensive care unit at Mayo Medical Center in Rochester. She then earned a law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School, after which she spent five years as a practicing lawyer at a Milwaukee firm specializing in health care law. She then joined the Aurora system, within which she has had several roles, including leading the Women's Health and Orthopedic service lines, in Business Development and Director of Clinical Risk Management.
"I am very excited to have been selected to lead St. Francis Medical Center.  It is apparent that the hospital is fully committed to its mission and providing high quality, patient-focused care," Jerdee said. "I look forward to continuing to grow the services offered to meet the needs of this community."
As Vice President of Operations at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, she was responsible for leading over 600 employees in multiple areas including Surgical Services, Diagnostics and Radiation Oncology, Rehabilitation/Sports Medicine, and Pharmacy services. She was integral in the operational coordination for over $70 million in construction, the development of an interventional radiology program resulting in accreditation as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, and surgical efficiency and throughput efforts leading to strong growth in surgical volume with over 17,000 surgical procedures in 2018.
Workforce Solutions Forum: Disrupting the System and Finding Hidden Talent

Wednesday, July 17
9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Mystic Lake Center
2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard
Prior Lake, MN 55372

As Minnesota's workforce shortage continues, Minnesota businesses continue to look for ways to stay competitive and create jobs. What are we doing at the post-secondary education level to combat the labor shortage? This half-day program will reveal innovative ideas for businesses to be proactive to attract the workers to grow their business.

Also, don't miss keynote speaker Ryan Craig discuss his ideas on how to disrupt higher education to help close the workforce shortage in Minnesota and around the country. 
Register today  to take advantage of early bird pricing! Use promo code EARLYBIRD now through June 17 to receive a discounted admission!
Executive & Business Owners Roundtable

The Shakopee Chamber Executive & Business Owner's Roundtable provides a structured, confidential and trusting environment for executives and business owners to give and receive the benefit of their experiences to help resolve business challenges.  Participation in this group allows leaders to make better strategic decisions, focus on "the right things," improve communication and build long-term relationships.

Held the second  Wednesday  of the month | Click here to find out more.