Downtown Farmers’ Market

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The 2019 season opens on Wednesday, March 27th and runs through October 9th.

The San Leandro Farmers’ Market offers the best in fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables and family fun all summer long. Every Wednesday between March and October (exact schedule varies from year to year), from 4 to 8 pm, Parrott Street in downtown San Leandro is transformed into a vibrant community marketplace of sweet and juicy tree-ripened fruits, delicious and freshly-picked vegetables, beautiful fresh-cut flowers, lots of gourmet foods. and tasty snacks.

Weekly Farmers’ Market Themes:
1st Wednesday of the month:     Cooking Demonstrations
2nd Wednesday of the month:    Green Market Days
3rd Wednesday of the month:     Made in San Leandro
4th Wednesday of the month:     Wine Tasting

Peggy and friend Gail at The Vine. Photo credit: Larry Allphin
Peggy and friend Gail at The Vine. Photo credit: Larry Allphin

2019 is our twelfth season. Our Farmers’ Market was designed to be a community gathering place. The Market is also a draw for its kid-friendly activities, danceable music, and comfortable spots to eat and drink. Our popular passport program was created at this market, and has been copied at other markets. Our Merchant at the Market, Community Services and Information Booths are unique to our Market. You’ll often find our pals Peggy (pictured right) and Larry at the Information Booth, waiting to stamp your passport and answer your questions.

Are you interested in being a Merchant at the Market or having a Community Service booth? Here is the updated PDF form for 2019.

At the peak of our season, we serve an average of 2500 patrons! The City, the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association (PCFMA) and Downtown Association work together in different ways to support the Market. Ours is a favorite market with vendors; they sign up for the market when there are any openings. (If you’re interested in being a food vendor, please see the PCFMA site.)

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For additional information, please contact the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association.