Downtown Palo Alto’s Saturday Farmer’s Market

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March 9, 2019 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Downtown Palo Alto
699 Gilman St
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Palo Alto's Farmer's Market

Happy Spring! Welcome to the 38th season of the Downtown Palo Alto Farmers’ Market.  We look forward to seeing you, our farmers and food artisans all together again for another season of abundance – local, fresh, beautiful, and tasty.

Every year, the start of the Season reminds me how much we have to be thankful for —  in addition to all the delicious foods.  We look forward to seeing familiar faces, renewing old friendships, and forming new ones. We look forward to another season of fun, including our weekly music and our annual Customer Appreciation Day raffle. We look forward to another season of sharing with our community — whether it’s donating our proceeds to the Avenidas senior center, providing a community service destination for high school student volunteers, or our farmers’ generous sharing of leftover produce with people less fortunate than ourselves. The Market is about Food and Community together; it always has been and always will be!

We are located in the parking lots on Gilman St and Hamilton Ave from 8 AM – Noon, rain or shine.

We are a volunteer-run, non-profit organization, proudly serving our community since 1981. Our goal then, and still today, is to connect local farmers with our community by providing direct access to fresh and locally produced foods. All proceeds from the operation of the Market are donated to Avenidas, a community group for older adults. To date, our community donations total over $500,000.


Eva Heninwolf
President of the Downtown Palo Alto Farmers’ Market

Sunday, May 13th: Mother’s Day

Fresh Flowers for Mom

What a great way to start the season than with fresh flowers for Mother’s Day!




Coming soon to the Market

Acu Acai Bowls
A fast, healthy food option comes to the market starting May 19th.

Finest Edge

Knife Sharpening will be at the Market on May 26th


Music on Opening Day!
John Henry’s Farm
Born and raised in Palo Alto, John Henry Bradshaw and his band play a folky, funky, blue-grassy set of songs backed by guitar, banjo, harmonica, and more.