No Smoking Dogs
The Downtown Crescent City Farmers & Artisans Market kicks off the 2020 season on Wednesday, June 3rd, following the California Alliance of Farmers’ Markets COVID19 Farmers’ Market Response and Best Practices model.
The weekly event is located on Front & K streets, operating between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesdays through October.
Vendors offer a variety of Items that include locally grown produce, handmade craft items, ready-to-eat food, and more.
With a goal of “farm fresh for every fork,” the market accepts SNAP-EBT benefits, and several vendors also accept Open Door Clinic vouchers. The Downtown Crescent City Farmers & Artisans Market also participates in the Market Match program that provides SNAP-EBT participants who spend SNAP dollars, a match up to $20 per market day, which can be used to purchase more locally grown fruits and vegetables. We also provide WIC Matching Programs, Open Door Matching Programs, and Senior Matching Programs.
Our 3rd year of The Power of Produce Club is currently on hold until we have more direction from state and local governing agencies.
Rain or shine, the Crescent City Downtown Divas welcome the community to join us at the Downtown Crescent City Farmers & Artisans Market to shop, eat, and mingle in Downtown Crescent City.
(SNAP) cards and all WIC coupons are accepted at the Market, as well as cash. We ask that you please leave dogs at home and not smoke in the market or the surrounding parking lot. We thank you for your cooperation.