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Santa Cruz County Farmer's Markets

FarmerMarketAptos Farmers’ Market At Cabrillo College
Downtown Santa Cruz Farmers’ Market 
Live Oak Farmers’ Market
Westside Farmers’ Market
Scotts Valley Farmers’ Market



Aptos Farmers’ Market At Cabrillo College
It’s open year-round, rine or shine, so get over there. The market is open from 8am to Noon. 6500 Soquel Drive, Aptos, montereybayfarmers.org.

Downtown Santa Cruz Farmers’ Market
Fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts, seafood, honey, flowers and chocolate are all available. Hours: 2:30pm-6:30pm at Lincoln and Cedar Streets. See facebook.com/santacruzfarmersmarket and santacruzfarmersmarket.org. Free. 

Live Oak Farmers’ Market
Every Sunday from 9am-1pm. Live Music from April-November. Local organic fruit, vegetables, flowers and delicious prepared food. East Cliff Shopping Center (next to the Dollar Tree) at 15th & East Cliff Drive. See santacruzfarmersmarket.org and facebook.com/santacruzfarmersmarket. Free. 

Westside Farmers’ Market
Every Saturday morning, year-round, rain or shine. Fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, and locally prepared foods. Also, live music from April-November. 9am-1pm at Western Drive and Mission Street, Santa Cruz. See santacruzfarmersmarket.org and facebook.com/santacruzfarmersmarket. Free. 

Scotts Valley Farmers’ Market
Every Saturday morning, year-round. Fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers. Live music from April-November.  9am-1pm at 360 Kings Village Drive, Scotts Valley Community Center (next to Sky Park).  See santacruzfarmersmarket.org and facebook.com/santacruzfarmersmarket. Free.

Capitola Mall Farmers' Market
Every Thursday from 3:30pm to 7:00 pm, rain or shine from May through November. Located in the 41st Avenue parking lot area

Watsonville Farmers' Market
Every Fri, 3pm - 7pm Main St (at Peck)  Watsonville, CA 95077 (831) 234-9511

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