• What’s in Season in Your Region? | Seasonal Produce Guide
    “Strawberries in January? Pears in May? With so many fruits and vegetables being grown in greenhouses or imported from other states and countries, it can be hard to know what fruits are in season in your area. Incorporating local, fresh seasonal vegetables and herbs into your menu can be a rewarding and sustainable practice.” Check out this Seasonal Fruit and Vegetable Guide Continue Reading...
  • Feeding the Hungry: One Student’s Service Learning Project
    During his 4th grade year at Arroyo Vista Elementary, student Dashiell Roll chose to document his assistance with St. James church volunteers to collect left over produce from the South Pasadena Farmers’ Market, delivering it to the church and then distributing it to families in need! View Dashiell’s full project handout here....
  • Chamber Information Booth at the Farmers’ Market
    Stop by the Chamber Information Booth at the Farmers’ Market, located by the Gold Line station on Meridian, and see what South Pasadena businesses have to offer!  Staffed by Chamber members, the table showcases a variety of Chamber member businesses! Current participating businesses include: South Pasadena Homes Retreat Freestyle Fitness/Mission Street Yoga De Milo Design Studio & Letterpress SugarMynt Gallery Dual Continue Reading...




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Our Market

 

 

Fresh California-Grown Produce in Your Own Back Yard

Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead 1 hour on Saturday, March 9 – SPRING FORWARD!  And this means that the spring/summer hours at the Market begin on Thursday, March 14 – the Market is open one hour later – from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm every Thursday in historic South Pasadena by the Metro Gold Line at South Pasadena Station.

 

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Come visit all of our fresh grown vendors at the South Pasadena Farmers’ Market every Thursday rain or shine…

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Walkable, Wonderful. South Pasadena.

The celebrated South Pasadena Farmers’ Market is cherished throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

Newcomers will discover our our historic main drag, Mission Street — home to an eclectic mix of merchants. And Fair Oaks Avenue is part of the original Route 66. Here you’ll find a nostalgic soda fountain right alongside trendy cafés, shops and stops.

Canopies of century-old trees line our streets. From Craftsman-style bungalows to modern hilltop mansions to downtown lofts, in SouthPas we’re famous for our arbors and our architecture – including the first transit housing on the Metro Gold Line, Mission Meridian Village.

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