At The Market!


Farm-fresh, feel-good food fills the market Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Wednesday afternoons. Open year-round, rain or shine, our markets offer an array of fruits and vegetables, including certified organic produce, plus meats, chicken, seafood, wine, local eggs and honey, fresh-baked goods, flowers, plants and gifts. Everything sold in the market is either grown by or made by the seller. Check out our baskets, Market logo wear and postcards at the Market Shed. No pets allowed inside the market, except service dogs. Leashed dogs are welcome in the rest of Central Park.

 

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Download Ann Evans' Thanksgiving recipes

Ann M. Evans creates a “Thanksgiving to Remember” in her Davis Farmers Market Cookbook, Revised Edition. The menu is appropriate for any time in the late fall but was especially put together for Thanksgiving. The recipes draw on fresh produce available at the Davis Farmers Market. Each menu includes an appetizer or two, a main dish, a side dish, and a dessert. Download the pdf .

Over 40 Years and STILL going strong!

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Did you see us in the Davis Enterprise?  Check out the article here!

Picnic in the Park 2017!

March 15 through October 25, 4:30-8:30pm EVERY WEDNESDAY!

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Bring the whole family, shop the Farmers Market and enjoy the International Food Faire and beer and  wine garden. Kids activities include Bouncing Bungalows, two playgrounds, bicycle-powered carousel, face-painting & Dilly Dally the Clown. Live music from local bands, playing a wide variety of music including Rockabilly, Blues, Folk, Bluegrass, Pop/Rock, Surf Music, World Music, Big Band, Country, R&B, Swing, Jazz and Dixieland. Our music is generously sponsored by:

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Here's the 2017 Picnic in the Park Entertainment Schedule

 

 

Revised Davis Farmers Market Cookbook

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Get inspired to do seasonal cooking! The revised edition of the Davis Farmers Market Cookbook is now available for purchase for $29, including tax. It's full of delicious seasonal recipes using ingredients from our vendors/producers.

Read the article about the cookbook in the Sacramento Bee here;

http://www.sacbee.com/food-drink/recipes/article110820837.html

Second generation at Davis Farmers Market

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The Barsotti-Barnes Family is one of the four farm families–Capay Organic–that founded the market in 1976. They still sell at the Davis Farmers Market today and also operate a successful statewide CSA program. (photo by Craig Lee)

http://www.davisenterprise.com/features/food-and-drink/second-generation-thrives-at-davis-farmers-market/

Market's "Go Green, Feel Good" campaign reduces plastic bag use

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Davis Farmers Market "Go Green, Feel Good" campaign takes a stand against plastic bags by showing shoppers a better way. The City of Davis  "Single-Use Carryout Bag Ordinance" went into effect on July 1, banning single-use plastic bags at all retail, restaurant and city facilities. Even though the ordinance exempts plastic bags used for bulk items–produce, candy, nuts, cereals, donuts, cookies, etc.–and for meat, frozen food and potted plants, the Market is promoting and selling resuable produce bags to promote shopping without using plastic bags whenever you can.

Shoppers can purchase the bags in packages of three (three bags for $3) at the Market Shed at the Wednesday and Saturday Markets until supplies run out.

Want to know how to shop the Market without using plastic bags? Here's how. Thanks to Diane Parro for hosting our video!

 

Documentary about Davis Farmers Market goes public on YouTube

The 27-minute documentary about our Market–-Farmers' Markets: Love at First Bite–-is now available for viewing on YouTube.

Postcards on Sale

Postcards on Sale

Eight full-color postcards are now on sale at the Market Shed during Market hours. Each postcard features people and scenes of Davis's well-loved farmers market. Postcards are 50¢ each, or $3.00 for a package of all eight designs.

Looking for another California farmers market?

Visit the California Certified Farmers Market site.

Market Hours

CENTRAL PARK
Fourth and C streets
Map and directions

Saturdays:
8 a.m. to 1 p.m., year-round, rain or shine!

Wednesdays:
4:30-8:30 p.m., mid-March through October, Picnic in the Park market (during daylight saving)

2-6 p.m., November through early March

 

UC DAVIS FARMERS MARKET
Quad, across from the Coffeehouse

Wednesdays:
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., fall and spring quarters, April through early June
UC Davis market link

 

SUTTER DAVIS HOSPITAL FARMERS MARKET
2000 Sutter Place, Davis

Thursdays:
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., May through October
Sutter Davis Hospital market link

 

 


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