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NoHo Arts District Getting Its Own Farmers Market Starting October 1
For residents of North Hollywood and adjacent communities, going to a decent weekly farmers market means a Tuesday evening schlep to Sherman Oaks to the Woodman Avenue Farmers' Market, or joining the fray at the popular Sunday Studio City Farmers' Market. Starting Saturday, October 1st, though, the NoHo Arts District is getting their own weekly farmers' market.
The goal of the market, as envisioned by its founder, a NoHo resident, is not only to get good, fresh produce into the community, but to bring the area's diverse residents together in a family-friendly space. The market, which will run Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., will have live music; produce and packaged food vendors; booths for crafters, artisans, and local small businesses; and even a dog-sitting station, says NoHoArtsDistrict.com.
The NoHo Arts District Farmers' Market will be located at 5200 Bakman (between Lankershim and Tujunga) at the corner of Magnolia, with street closure north to Weddington.