Kensington Farmers' Market

We've got Rhythm!

And so do the seasons. 

This Sunday is a chance to dance and celebrate the great harvest of all those long summer days in the fields. The long growing season has ripened into October. While you stroll the bounty of our market in the morning you will be serenaded by Carribean Steel, the steel drum beat of Mark Rosenthal (more) followed by the Brazilian beat of our local quintet, Douce Ambiance (more) into the afternoon.

Returning vendors include Brentwood's own Queso Salazar with made daily Mexican style cheeses along with North Bay Curds and Whey with some more traditional styles of cheese. Our new honey vendor Jenny Bee will be there with the summers harvest from local bees. And of course all the regulars, who bring you the best from their family farms, will be on the street.

Come and enjoy the beat of the street!

Locally yours,
Chris Hall
Your Market Manager (AKA El Jefe)

Are you ready?

October 20 at 10:20AM:  2011 is the third year (statewide) of The Great California ShakeOut, a drill designed to educate the public about how to protect themselves during a large earthquake, and how to get prepared. It will be the largest earthquake drill to ever take place in the United States. more...

Coming Attractions 

Look for the Kensington Farmers' Market banner this Sunday in the KCC Parade. Next week we will have a great selection of pumpkins for your porch. Stay tuned for more news about the big Halloween Harvest Party at our market on Oct. 30th
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