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Monterey Park Farmer’s Market Reopens

Photo by City of Monterey Park


George Elder Park

1950 Wilcox Avenue
Monterey Park , CA 91755
Website: Learn More

The City of Monterey Park is excited to announce that the weekly Farmers’ Market will return to Elder Park on Thursday evenings from 5-9 p.m. with a variety of farmers selling fresh produce.

Vendors scheduled to appear:

  • Atkins – a variety of citrus and avocados.
  • Jacy Farms – organic apples.
  • Circle K – cherries and peaches.
  • Don Beto – citrus, sweet potatoes, eggs, avocados.
  • Sky Valley Dates – dates.
  • Flores Honey – honey.
  • I&M farms – vegetables and strawberries.
  • C&L farms – vegetables, strawberries, variety of berries.
  • Garcias – roasted peanuts, dried fruits and nuts.
  • Me Gusta Tamales – frozen pre-package tamales.

As conditions allow, prepared food, retail, crafts and entertainment will be added in the future.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, physical distancing protocols and face coverings are required at the Farmers’ Market.

The market is pleased to offer Market Match, and accepts WIC & EBT. For vendor information, please contact FM&LCE at [email protected] or visit www.facebook.com/MPKFarmersMarket/.

For general farmers’ market information, please contact the recreation department at 626-307-1388.

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