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St. Helena Farmers' Market

Every Friday · May through October · 7.30 am - Noon · Rain or Shine

Crane Park, St. Helena Find Directions Here

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This year we have over 50 wonderful Vendors (Growers, Artisans, Food Vendors and Community Groups), Musicians, Market Lectures, Chef's Demonstrations, Book-Signings, Market Classrooms, Kids' Story Time and Educational Entertainment Programs, Face-Painting and much much more....

August 29th @ 10:30 a.m. - Chef's Demonstration - Stephen Barber, Executive Chef & Nic Jones, Charcuterie Chef, Farmstead farmstead-at-long-meadowRestaurant, St. Helena.

Come and join your friends under the redwood trees, get some great tips from Stephen and Kipp, enjoy some delicious samples and get a copy of the recipe too!

 W.I.C. and CalFresh Food Stamps 

We will be delighted to accept W.I.C. and CalFresh Food Stamps through E.B.T. (electronic benefits transfer) and the Senior Nutrition Program (available through W.I.C.) at the market.    

  Kid's Story Time

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And our brand new Kid's Story Tent is proving to be a big hit with our young readers and their parents. Amanda Tuttle, Market Educator and St. Helena Public Library's, Mari Martinez will be offering "Story Time" in English and English/Spanish. We are very grateful to our Sponsors and Donors for funding this great addition to the market!

Eat Your Veggies Video 

Below is the "Eat Your Veggie" video submitted by Tessa and Twyla Borck from Napa for the "Make Your Own Movie" Student Competition at the Cameo Cinema's Family Film Festival.

2014 “Eat Your Veggies” Art Competition

 This year we asked our talented Grade 3 through 5 artists to draw original artwork in the form of one character (animal, vegetable, fruit, adult, child etc) that encourages kids to eat fruits and vegetables. Their artwork had to include the slogan “Eat Your Veggies”. In addition they were asked to answer a number of questions that focused their attention on healthy eating. Seventy-four students from the St. Helena Elementary School, St. Helena Catholic School, St. Helena Montessori School, and The Young School submitted entries. 

Our young artists did a fabulous job presenting the judges with a very difficult task. Our Grand Prize Winner is the St. Helena Catholic School’s fifth grader, Gianna, whose artwork will adorn our adult, youth, toddler and infant apparel and a range of different merchandise for sale at the market’s General Store.

We offer a very big thank you to all the students who participated and to all of the parents and teachers who supported and encouraged the young artists!.

 Grand Prize Winner 

See all the winners in the 2014 "Eat Your Veggies" Art Competition

All of the participant’s artwork will be displayed at the market’s General Store throughout the season so do make sure you stop by. In addition to visiting the entries displayed at the General Store you can see all the winners in the 2014 "Eat Your Veggies' Art Competition. Click to view an enlarged image.

We offer a very big thank you to all the students who participated and to all of the parents and teachers who supported and encouraged the young artists!.

Our Market Logo

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And of course our very popular Tractor logo, designed by local artist Geoff Ellsworth will continue to be featured on all of our market's collateral and on a range of merchandise at the Market's General Stores.

 

Top 10 Reasons to Shop at the St. Helena Farmers’ Market

  1. Support local farmers and the local economy.
  2. Reduce pollution and fuel usage. (Our fruits and veggies are grown in California—several of our vendors are from the Napa Valley.)
  3. Support growers who respect the environment and who protect natural resources.
  4. The produce is really fresh. (Many of our farmers pick just before coming to market—which makes produce tastier and more nutritious.)
  5. Help protect our farming heritage by saving heirloom varieties.
  6. Keep diversity alive in produce choices. Our farmers grow many old varieties not available in local supermarkets.
  7. Our local produce often costs less than produce sold at local stores.
  8. It’s a good excuse to meet friends for coffee and pastries.
  9. Maintain the heritage of this “Community Treasure,” founded in July 1986.
  10. It’s fun!

St. Helena Farmers’ Market Sponsors

Cochon555 logo150 LouisMartini150 Levensohn Vineyards150
Reeds Napa Valley meadowood Cricket
Bressler mirabelle Jaffe Estate
JIA CIA
UmpquaBank PacificUnion
Daisy-Hill-LogoCherry Tart Pie
Brotemarkle Davis & Co. LLP