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The Napa farmers market is back for 2014 in a new location

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The Napa Farmers Market is back, and it is now situated across the Oxbow Public Market (500 First Street in Downtown Napa) parking lot. Locals always look forward to the start of the Farmers Market’s season, which only opens from May to October each year.

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Spring in Napa Valley is beautiful. Everything and everybody seem to have a new life, and everybody is ready to enjoy the outdoors. The Valley is bursting with energy, and it is already a busy spring. This year, late rains brought late mustard blooms, and vines are growing vigorously.

Bounty of produces showed at the opening of the Market, this past Saturday, May 3, 2014. With a mix of farms, specialty foods, and artisans, this years’ market opened to a great start.

Look to visit the Market every Saturday and Tuesday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. all throughout the concluding week of October. The market offers different varieties of changing produce as different harvests become available.

Bring your own bag and enjoy a California Certified Farmers Market, dedicated to the sustainability of our local environment and economy. Support our farmers and learn about the best field-fresh and sustainable grown produce, food and artisan goods. It will be time well spent.

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