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Farmers Market Schedule Placer County


Roseville, CA - As the air warms and flowers blossom, local residents take to the outdoors and begin flocking to local farmers' markets.

Placer County offers many wonderful opportunities to support your local farmers and environment while enjoying healthier foods in a convenient atmosphere that is conducive to chatting up locals.

Each farmers' market offers a little something unique and we look forward to seeing the offerings in 2015. Roseville and Auburn have Farmers' Markets that are open throughout the year, while Rocklin and Granite Bay don't kick off their season until June.

Farmers' Market Schedule 2015


* Auburn: Old Town Courthouse Parking Lot
Auburn-Folsom Rd at Lincoln Way
OPEN YEAR ROUND, 8 am - 12 noon
* Rocklin: Blue Oaks
RC Willey at Blue Oaks Center
6636 Lonetree Boulevard
June 6-November 21, 8:30am-12:30pm


* Granite Bay: Quarry Ponds Town Center
5550 Douglas Boulevard
June 7-September 27, 8:30am-1pm


* Roseville: Whole Foods Market at the Fountains
Galleria Blvd. & East Roseville Parkway
OPEN YEAR ROUND, 8:30am - 1pm

* Truckee: Truckee River Regional Park
10500 Brockway Road off Highway 267
June 2-October 20, 8am-1pm


* Auburn: DeWitt Center
Richardson Drive at B Avenue
June 3-October 28, 10am-1pm

* Foresthill - Main Street
June 3-Aug 5, 4pm-7pm


* Rocklin: Finnish Hall (New!!)
Rocklin Road at S. Grove Street
May 28-August 27, 8am-noon

* Tahoe City: Commons Beach
Commons Beach Road and North Lake Blvd.
May 28-June 18; August 27-September 24, 8am-1pm

* Tahoe City: Tahoe Lake Elementary School
375 Grove Street
June 25-August 20, 8am-noon

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