Upper Haight welcomes new farmers market 

The constellation of farmers markets in San Francisco is growing ever brighter.

The neighborhood to join the assemblage is the Upper Haight, which will sprout a farmers market every Wednesday between now and the end of October.

The market will be held in the Kezar Stadium parking lot at the intersection of Waller and Stanyan streets, between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

The neighborhood has been short of produce sources since grocery store Cala Foods shut its doors in 2005. Whole Foods plans to move into the old Cala Foods site at Stanyan and Haight Street, but probably won’t open until the end of this year.

The market is just one of many that have popped up in various neighborhoods in recent years, including the Inner Sunset, Divisadero, and the Castro district.

Inaugural Haight-Ashbury Farmers’ Market
When: Wednesday, April 28, 2010, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Closed portion of Waller Street off Stanyan in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
What: San Francisco’s newest farmers market. Every Wednesday from April 28 through Oct. 27, 2010.
Information: Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, ross.mirkarimi@sfgov.org

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