May brings the re-opening of the Pleasant Valley Certified Farmers’ Market & Crafter’s Corner, cialis a partnership between the Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market Association (VCCFMA) and the Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District (PVRPD). The market will re-open for their second season on Wednesday, May 13 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Community Center Park, 1605 E. Burnley Street.
Approximately 25 farmers participate to bring fresh, field ripened fruits and vegetables from California in addition to herbs, honey, eggs, olive oil, jams, jellies, cut flowers and potted plants. Shoppers can also find artisan bakeries, beef ranchers and local fisherman, plus specialty ethnic foods and hot cooked foods, providing complete meal choices for families. SNAP/Cal-Fresh/EBT customers are welcome and redemptions will be authorized at the Market Information Booth.
In addition to the fresh farm offerings, the market also features artisan craft vendors who are rotated weekly along with rotating food trucks, adding to the experience.