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Jack London Square Farmers' Market

First Recurring
Every Sunday
10 am - 3 pm

Jack London Square
Embarcadero West
Oakland, CA 94607

The beautiful Jack London Square waterfront is home to a Farmer's Market that is organized and managed by the Pacific Coast Farmers' Market Association. This market offers the best of California's agricultural bounty direct from local farmers to you. You can find fruits, vegetables, greens and nuts, as well as freshly baked breads and pastries, delicious specialty foods, fresh flowers and much more.

Getting There

Take the San Joaquins to Oakland - Jack London Square, CA Station (OKJ). From there, walk towards Jack London Square.

Sunday Farmer's Market

First Recurring
Every Sunday
10 am - 2 pm

Downtown Martinez

Every Sunday, Downtown Martinez comes alive with a delicious marketplace full of fresh California-grown fruits and vegetables.

Getting There

Take the San Joaquins to Oakland - Jack London Square, CA Station (OKJ). From there, walk towards Jack London Square.

Mariachi San Miguel

First Recurring
Every Thursday Night

Celia's Mexican Restaurant
523 W. 10th Street
Antioch, CA

Stop by and listen to the entertaining sound of the Mariachi San Miguel Band every Thursday night! See EastCountyLive.com Coupons for a Celia's discount coupon.

Getting There

Take the San Joaquins to Oakland - Jack London Square, CA Station (OKJ). From there, walk towards Jack London Square.

Mission District "Calle24" Latino Art Stroll and Mural Tour

Every 2nd Sunday

San Francisco Mission District
24th Street
(between Potrero and Valencia)
San Francisco, CA

Enjoy Latin music, poetry, book readings, film and cultural tours at the monthly Mission District "Calle 24" art stroll and mural tour. Learn about Hispanic and Latin American culture in San Francisco's Mission District, the region's center of Latino activism, arts, commerce and culture since the 1940s. While here, enjoy the Mission's world-famous selection of Central and South American foods, available at restaurants such as La Taqueria, Gracias Madre, Lolinda, or Pancho Villa. Or try San Francisco's own Mission Burrito at SF Institution, El Farolito. Art stroll runs 11 am - 7 pm every second Sunday, and is held on 24th Street between Potrero and Valencia.

Getting There

Take the San Joaquins to Downtown Martinez and disembark at the Martinez Amtrak Station (MTZ). From there, walk toward the event.