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Farmers market returns to Fullerton for 25th anniversary

The Fullerton Market will return later this week to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The market is open to all ages and is free admission to the public, 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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Eli’s Farm specializes in avocados. Photo credit: Rebeka Nop

The Fullerton Market is well known for offering an array of fresh grown fruits and vegetables sourced from local growers. This year will be no different as many popular vendors return to bring a farm-to-table experience to the community.

The market also features a variety of handmade artisan crafts. Vendors surround the plaza offering their handmade crafts for sale.

Guests can expect to find unique homemade jewelry, decorations and other crafts on display throughout the market.

For the adult crowd, the market features an outdoor beer and wine garden. The area offers wine and beer tastings paired with a communal seating area to enjoy your adult beverages with friends and family.

The weekly event is also very child friendly. A playground across from the Fullerton Museum offers a great area for kids to have fun and burn energy.

The playground area also houses activities for kids to participate in like face painting, a bounce house and a train that circles the perimeter the market.

Musical entertainment starts at 6:30 p.m. and will feature a rotating fender band series throughout April. For opening day of the market, crowd favorite Kid Ramos and Friends will provide pleasant sounds to all market attendees until the market closes at 8:30 p.m.

For more information regarding the market and upcoming events, visit the Fullerton City website.





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