Salinas Farmers Market grows in popularity
SALINAS — Regular crowds of at least 3,000 have attended the weekly Salinas Farmers Market since its move to Main Street earlier this year.
The Saturday market has become a small community event, drawing hundreds of people within the first few minutes of the opening hour, with lines forming early at the most popular of the 70 vendors present.
Salinas Farmers Market moving to new location in Oldtown
SALINAS, Calif. —
The Salinas Farmers Market has officially outgrown its current location in Oldtown.
This Saturday, the market will be at its new home on the 300 block of Main Street, (on the same block as the old Dick Bruhn and Rabobank buildings, both under construction as they transform into new housing, shops, and a new restaurant.) Joel Panzer, the vice president of the Oldtown Salinas Foundation says the move was due to the current market finally outgrowing its current footprint on West Gabilan Street.
Salinas Valley Food & Wine has its most successful year on the heels of the pandemic.
The calendar of events in the region is filling up after a drought of events due to Covid-19 and shelter-in-place orders. On Saturday, Aug. 7, hundreds spent about four hours on a warm and sunny day celebrating the 10th annual Salinas Valley Food and Wine Festival.
Attendees enjoyed wine, food, arts and crafts. Kids and adults danced to the rhythms of the Chicano All Stars' lineup of Latin songs, including Carlos Santana’s hit "Corazón Espinado."
Salinas welcomes back Food & Wine Festival following COVID hiatus
SALINAS, Calif. (KION) Among the many events returning after a year of COVID-related cancellations is the Salinas Valley Food & Wine Festival.
On Saturday, August th, the Salinas City Center will transform into a hub of gourmet food, drinks and artistic displays. Festivities will take place from 11:30 a.m. until 4 in the afternoon. Having been postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Festival has been waiting a full year to celebrate its 10th anniversary.