Wednesday, May 21, 2014

If It's Wednesday . . .

. . . then it must be Farmers' Market Day!

The Farmers' Market opens at 3 PM and closes at 7:30 PM. That's plenty of time to purchase some fresh produce, baked goods, sausages, olive oils, honey, and other goodies. You can also pick up dinner at any one of the food booths, if you don't feel like cooking tonight.

Another cooking demonstration will take place at 5:30 and 6:45 PM near the Veterans' Memorial Building. Artichokes will be the star this week, prepared by Pat Hopper of the California Artichoke Advisory Board.

Remember: Free parking is available at the Briggs Building, which you enter by going through the small parking lot next to the Granada Theater on Fifth Street. Also, no pets are allowed at the Farmers' Market.


  1. I'm begining to think you live in Carrot cunch land. Must be all flat round there growing all that veg, bit like the fens over in this country

    1. LOL! Where the veggies grow it's flat. Hollister's in a valley surrounded by two low mountain ranges.


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