Farmers' Market Returning to Livermore

Are you ready for fresh cherries, apricots and peaches? It's time for the Farmers' Market.

Fresh veggies at the Farmers' Market. (Photo: Patch Archive)
Fresh veggies at the Farmers' Market. (Photo: Patch Archive)
Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association (PCFMA) is gearing up for the seasonal opening of the Livermore Farmers’ Market on Thursday nights on May 15th!  The market will be open every Thursday from 4pm to 8pm, May 15th through October 16th at Carnegie Park on Third and J Street.

The entire community is invited to join us for the opening night Thirsty Thursday featuring live music with wine & beer, along with a market chef’s table from Cookin’ the Market and a photo booth for kids. Local farmers, both new and returning are excited to showcase their fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Producers will be featuring stone fruits like cherries, apricots and peaches as well as other seasonal fruits and vegetables. So mark your calendars, grab your re-usable tote bags and join us for the Grand Opening on May 15th!

The Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association is the state’s largest operator of Certified Farmers’ Markets, with over 60 Certified Farmers’ Markets weekly in the Bay Area during the peak summer months. 

Certified Farmers’ Markets are locations that offer only California-grown products sold directly to consumers by the farmers that grew, nurtured and harvested the crops. 

All PCFMA markets accept WIC FMNP (Woman Infant and Children Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program coupons) and CalFresh (through the Golden State advantage EBT/food stamp cards).

For more information on the Livermore Farmers’ Market, or to find another farmers’ market in your area, please contact Thomas Dorn, Market Manager at the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association by calling (800) 949-FARM or go to www.pcfma.com.

--Information submitted by Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association


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