Come Visit the KCET Kiosk at the Santa Monica Farmers Market on April 15 | KCET
Come Visit the KCET Kiosk at the Santa Monica Farmers Market on April 15
Come visit the KCET kiosk at the Sunday Santa Monica Farmers Market on April 15 from 8:30 am - 1:30 pm (Heritage Square, 2640 Main Street Santa Monica, CA 90405).
Take a selfie with a lifesize photo of Huell Howser, come talk to us about our food and environmental programming, answer a question for our website about why you choose the food that you do, and learn more about our upcoming Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival.
Established in 1995, the Santa Monica Sunday Farmers Market features some of California's freshest produce plus prepared foods from local Main Street restaurants as well as artisanal foods prepared with ingredients sourced from California farmers — you can't get more local than that! These farm-to-table prepared foods include breakfast burritos, pancakes, omelets, french pastries, breads, crepes and coffee and tea. Also, enjoy musical entertainment from a variety of featured weekly bands, face painting, balloon designs, and bi-weekly cooking demonstrations featuring local produce. The Sunday Market is the perfect place to bring the whole family for breakfast, food, shopping and community!
View photos from all of our recent community events below.
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