Sample the variety of top quality produce brought in each week direct from 60 California farms. Held in Charles H. Wilson Park in Torrance, the market features a year-round selection of California grown fruits, nuts, vegetables, eggs, honey, baked goods, fish, cut flowers and nursery stock. FREE produce raffle every Tuesday at 12:00 noon!
Along with a year-round selection of California-grown fruits and vegetables, the Torrance Certified Farmers Market includes a special emphasis on Asian produce.
Every Tuesday, more than 45 food vendors line the street next to Metlox Plaza behind the Shade Hotel in downtown Manhattan Beach for the weekly farmers market 11am to 5pm from Memorial Day to Labor Day and 11am to 4pm in other months. Choose from fresh, locally-grown fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants. Enjoy a variety of artisan hot and prepared foods.
The Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association is responsible for bringing the farmers market to Manhattan Beach every Tuesday. Their association consists of 200 + businesses that offer unique shopping, dining and personal professional services. They all work together to support & promote programs in the community associated with education, health and the environment. That is why 6 years ago, the Manhattan Beach Farmers Market was brought into downtown each week to offer healthy eating choices from local farms and vendors. Exhibitors each week will educate you on anything from nutrition, to physical therapy, to helping the environment to name a few.
There is parking below Metlox Plaza.
Enjoy the Birds of Madrona with a Walk with Bob Shanman, every 2nd Wednesday of the month. Bring your friends for a ramble around a great local birding area.
Additional information about Mardona Marsh Preserve.
Yummy fruits, veggies, nuts, herbs and made to order dishes await you at the Farmers Market on Pier Plaza in Hermosa Beach.
Redondo Beach Farmers Market is located in front of Veterans Park and is open every Thursday from 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Fresh and Dried fruits
Avoid the traffic and stop by weekly for fresh produce & great dining in downtown El Segundo. Bring your neighbors, coworkers and friends!
- Farm Fresh produce and organic produce
- Hot prepared foods and snacks
- Packaged gourmet food
- Live local musical entertainment each week
- Hand crafted gift items and jewelry
- Family friendly atmosphere
- Summer of Fun activities from June 21-Aug 23
- 3rd Thursday of each month activities (Sept-May)
Leave your car behind and take the Farmers Market Shuttle! Call (310) 524-2704 to schedule a ride!
Historic Downtown San Pedro is just steps away from the waterfront and features a collage of architecture, shopping, dining, art, entertainment and browsing. With its small town atmosphere and many family-owned businesses, Historic Downtown San Pedro reminds many of the neighborhood of their youth.
A wonderful time to experience Historic Down Town San Pedro is on every Friday of the month when the Local Harvest Farmers’ Market is open between 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. Every Friday is unique at this event with local musicians performing while you shop for Certified California Grown farm fresh fruits, vegetables, plants and flowers. You can also enjoy fresh hot fare from one of our many vendors, gourmet specialty foods and treats along with shopping for that special something from one of the arts & crafts vendors.
Every Friday through Sunday at CRAFTED you can find fun hands-on craft activities appropriate for all ages. Classes are offered by various vendors and range from candle making, silk scarf marbling, painting, knitting, jewelry making, and more! Prices vary. Check the CRAFTED website to see which classes are happening this weekend!
An abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers can be found every Friday afternoon at the Hermosa Beach Farmers Market. Shoppers will be pleasantly surprised to find fruits and vegetables that are fresh-picked, vine- and tree-ripened, and sold by certified farmers who grow the products at local farms.
Strawberries, tomatoes, yellow crookneck squash, artichokes, asparagus, herbs, and pistachios all taste homegrown. Also in peak season are organically grown fruits and vegetables including strawberries, spinach, salad mix, carrots, and lettuce.
Sponsored by the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Farmers Market is held, rain or shine, every Friday except for the Friday after Thanksgiving.