Kid’s Day at the Albany Farmers’ Market, 7/31/13

Kid's Day at the Albany Farmers' Market, 7/31/13
We’re bringing a new event to the Albany Farmers’ Market next Wednesday! Kid’s Day at the Albany Farmers’ Market will bring a multitude of free fun activities for kids and their families. There will be a free bouncy house, free music, free face painting, free hands-on activities, free library, and more! Face painter extraordinaire Dede… Read more »

Chef HuNia Bradley at the Albany Farmers’ Market, 6/26/13

Chef HuNia Bradley at the Albany Farmers' Market, 6/26/13
Next Wednesday, taste and learn one of HuNia Bradley’s delicious recipes at the Albany Farmers’ Market. HuNia will be leading a cooking demonstration as part of our Farmers’ Market Cooking Demonstration series. This series was created to provide people with knowledge that they can easily take home and put to use in their own kitchens.… Read more »

Today at the Farmers’ Market: Plastic-Free Crafting and Info Swap!

Today at the Farmers' Market: Plastic-Free Crafting and Info Swap!
Our Breaking the Chains of Plastic event series is continuing with a hands-on event at the Farmers’ Market today. Come down to Adeline and 63rd for new, creative tools for living plastic-free! This afternoon is devoted to both DIY and information sharing that you can use to replace the plastics in your life with healthier… Read more »

Family Fun Festival at the Saturday Farmers’ Market, 6/1/13

Family Fun Festival at the Saturday Farmers' Market, 6/1/13
We’ll be hosting a whole day of free fun for the whole family at our Farmers’ Market this Saturday. It’s the 9th Annual Family Fun Festival! This once a year event brings out lots of activities, contests, games and a special music performer, Asheba. Check out castle building with Sticky Art Lab, food trivia with… Read more »

Wild, Foraged, and Indigenous Foods at the Farmers’ Market this Saturday, 4/14/12

Wild, Foraged, and Indigenous Foods at the Farmers' Market this Saturday, 4/14/12
Our modern-day American diet relies on only about 30 plant species, while 200 years ago a Native Californian’s diet would have included about thousand. Many of these plants are still available free for the gathering along with many “weeds” introduced from other continents. This Saturday, come to the Farmers’ Market from 10 am to 3… Read more »