May
26
May 29

Pier Plaza Art-A-Faire, Huntington Beach, CA

  • Pier Plaza Art-A-Faire

Join Peace Dog on the road!  Come to Huntington Beach, CA for the long Memorial Day weekend!  We will be on the Pier Saturday, Sunday, and Monday!  10am - 7pm each day.

http://hbartafaire.com/

Pier Plaza Art-A-Faire began in 1995 on Main Street and Olive in a vacant parking lot. The event grew with arts and crafts vendors and eventually moved onto Main Street. It soon expanded into an L shape from Main Street onto Walnut. The event was relocated to its current home at Pier Plaza in 2000. The beautiful Pacific Ocean is a great backdrop for showcasing original artwork and handmade crafts. Vendors from the local community as well as from all over the country can be found at the Friday and Weekend events. The Pier Art-A-Faire Fridays and Weekends draw a diverse crowd of local and out-of-town visitors.

Jun
2
Oct 13

Telluride Farmers Market

  • Telluride Farmers Market

http://www.thetelluridefarmersmarket.com/

The Telluride Farmers' Market takes place on South Oak Street in Telluride, Colorado every Friday from June 2nd thru October 13th from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm. 

Our market features organic: fruits, vegetables, pasture raised meats, eggs, cheese, artisan bread, baked goods, an array of delicious concessions and expertly made local crafts. All products are grown or created within 100 miles of Telluride.

Jun
14
Aug 16

Market on the Plaza, Town of Mountain Village, CO

  • Town of Mountain Village, CO

Join us every Wednesday through the summer, above Telluride. Ride the FREE gondola up for Telluride, or drive up and park for FREE in the garage!  There's a free concert that follows each market!

https://townofmountainvillage.com/search/market+on+the+plaza/


May
25
3:00 pm15:00

North Park Farmer's Market

  • North Park Farmer's Market

http://northparkmainstreet.com/events/farmers-market

EVERY THURSDAY // 3:00PM – 7:30PM // YEAR-ROUND // RAIN-OR-SHINE

3000 NORTH PARK WAY (FROM 30TH STREET TO UTAH)

North Park Main Street and San Diego Markets are proud to present a weekly event taking place in our vibrant neighborhood: the North Park Thursday Market! Join us every Thursday, year-round, from 3pm – 7:30pmat 3000 North Park Way (between 30th Street & Utah) for the neighborhood’s Certified Farmers’ Market!

Some 80 tents house farmers and vendors bringing their locally grown produce, artisan grocery items, prepared foods and hand-crafted goods every Thursday, rain-or-shine, to this family-friendly community event. Eat dinner, mingle with your neighbors and enjoy the outdoor setting.

Spot your favorites like J R Organics CSA Farm, Suzie’s Farm, Smit Farms, Valdivia Farm, The Bread Barn Artisan Bread Company, Bitchin’ Sauce and GreenFix Organic Smoothie along with great new farmers and vendors. Customers at the North Park Thursday Market will find locally-raised meat from Da Le Ranch, Spring Hill Farms organic cheese & butter, unique sauces from Baby Clydesdale, innovative prepared foods and rotating San Diego handcraft and fancy flea sections.

Local chefs host cooking demonstrations with tasting experiences for customers. Take advantage of the opportunity to get to know these trendsetting Chefs personally, and enjoy delicious recipes from Chef Matt Gordon of Urban Solace Restaurant, Chef Rich Sweeney of Waypoint Public, Chef Joanne Sherif of Cardamom Cafe and Bakery, Chef Abe Botello of West Coast Tavern and many more. Within walking distance to the North Park Thursday Market, these restaurants offer ongoing specials like West Coast Tavern’s new “Thursday Vegetarian Plate,” Waypoint Public’s “Market Panzanella Salad,” & Saiko Sushi’s “Farmers’ Market Special” sourced from what’s freshest from the farmers.

Live music fills the air and creates a vibrant energy. Enjoy the stylings of local performers like Ace Tropic, Eric Rozet, Barrie Dempsey, Candread and more. Thanks to the support of the SDPL North Park Branch Library, Mona Lizzy’s Art Studio and other community partners, the North Park Thursday Market features a healthy after-school snack area for kiddos like Friends of Jefferson Elementary students along with hands-on activities that share nutrition information in fun and creative ways.

Grab easy parking thanks to the adjacent 340-space North Park Parking Garage. The North Park Thursday Market accepts SNAP EBT cards for scrip that can be used for farm fresh fruits and vegetables and grocery items throughout the market. Double your SNAP EBT benefits for fresh fruits and vegetables every week (up to $10, limit one matching transaction per week per card) with Market Match. See the Welcome Booth for more information!

Per SD County health code requirements, pets should be kept 20 feet from food booths- it’s difficult to find a spot in the market that is far enough away from food at our food-focused market, but of course we never restrict service animals.

Invite your friends and neighbors, bring the kids and plan to fill up your grocery bags at the North Park Thursday Market every Thursday, rain-or-shine from 3pm – 7:30pm on North Park Way!

May
20
May 21

Fiesta Del Sol, Solana Beach, CA.

  • Fiesta Del Sol

WHO PUTS ON THE FIESTA DEL SOL?

http://fiestadelsol.net/

The Fiesta del Sol is presented by the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Belly Up and the City of Solana Beach.

WHERE IS THE FIESTA DEL SOL LOCATED?

The Fiesta del Sol takes place adjacent to Fletcher Cove in Solana Beach, California within the area bordered by South Sierra Avenue and Acacia Avenue. See the interactive map on the right for directions.

WHAT TIME DOES THE FIESTA DEL SOL START?

The Fiesta del Sol opens each morning at 9am with the arts & crafts fair and closes each evening at 9pm after the conclusion of the last musical performance.

IS THERE AN ADMISSION CHARGE FOR THE FIESTA DEL SOL?

The Fiesta del Sol is a FREE event.

WHAT TYPE OF MUSIC IS FEATURED AT THE FIESTA DEL SOL?

The Fiesta del Sol rocks Solana Beach with a diverse musical showcase providing continuous live music. The lineup is rich with rock, reggae, soul, funk, jazz, blues, Latin and worldbeat, to name a few, spanning cultures and countries from Africa to Brazil to the USA.

WHAT ARTS & CRAFTS ARE REPRESENTED AT THE FIESTA DEL SOL?

The Fiesta del Sol showcases an eclectic array of arts and crafts exhibits. Original paintings, locally handcrafted jewelry, pottery, clothing, one-of-a-kind items, etc.

WHAT TYPES OF ACTIVITIES ARE THERE FOR KIDS AT THE FIESTA DEL SOL?

The Fiesta del Sol features a special area just for kids with rides, games and hands-on activities. Bounce houses, arts & crafts and other fun activites are designed especially for children. The main stage showcases children’s dance groups, musicians and martial arts exhibitions.

HOW DO I GET TO FIESTA DEL SOL?

Attendees are encouraged to come to Fiesta Del Sol by train (Amtrak/Coaster, bicycle (designated bicycle parking area is conveniently located at SD Electric Bike (Map); which is located at 101 S.Highway 101, walking, Bus (Bus Stop is adjacent to Fiesta del Sol Entrance) or by carpool. Plus a variety of designated parking areas with Shuttle Buses will be readily available to take you to the Fiesta. Parking Map

Apr
29
Apr 30

Encinitas Spring Street Fair

  • Encinitas Fall Festival

http://www.kennedyfaires.com/encinitas

The Encinitas Street Faire  are located down the center of six blocks of scenic South Coast Highway 101, two blocks from the Pacific Ocean.  This two-day faire in the Spring and one day in the fall draw crowds exceeding 100,000 and feature a booth arrangement that provides half of the vendors with two adjoining sides open to traffic, if they choose.

In the spring street faire, ongoing since 1983, international food, children’s rides, four live stages, and the craft brewery beer garden guarantee that there will be fun for the whole family. In the fall Festival, continuous since 1989, children’s rides, two stages of live entertainment and food and drink refreshments provide an attractive setting for the public and a great boon to our vendors.

The emphasis of both the Encinitas Street Faire and the Fall Festival is on arts, handmade crafts, antiques, and ethnic imports. However, commercial vendors will be accepted and admitted upon consideration of merchandise and display appearance.

Nov
12
Nov 13

Jackalope Art Fair, Pasadena, CA

  • Central Park

http://www.jackalopeartfair.com/pasadena/

Jackalope Art and Craft Fair: 
The Jackalope Art & Craft Fair is FREE to attend, open to the public, and pet friendly.

A weekend shopping destination at Central Park in the heart of Old Pasadena, featuring over 200 local, curated and hand-selected artisans, crafters, and DIY enthusiasts.  Shoppers can expect to find trendsetting indie goods including original fashion and jewelry design, ceramics and paper goods, innovative home decor and housewares, art and photography, plus much more.  

Eats:
There’s so much to taste at Jackalope Art & Craft Fair, but if you're making a day of it - check out the Old Town Area.  Downtown Pasadena is home to hundreds of diverse restaurants, from quick bites on the go, to charming outdoor cafés, and even award-winning fine dining. There’s something for everyone.

Workshops:

In addition to the 200+ vendors, a series of free to the community workshops will take place throughout the weekend at the fair. 

Nov
6
8:00 am08:00

Carlsbad Village Faire

http://www.kennedyfaires.com/carlsbad

 

Beautiful and balmy days in the coastal city of Carlsbad beckon you to the largest
one day street faire anywhere!

The Village Faire features over 850 unique vendors with a little of everything: arts & crafts, antiques, unique clothing, items from around the world, and more. Children’s rides, an international food center, and an old-fashioned pancake breakfast guarantee that you’ll find fun for the whole family!

Parking for this very popular event is limited, so visitors are encouraged to use the complimentary shuttles that run to and from the faire every 15 minutes. The shuttle pick-up locations are at the northwest corner of Sears at Westfield Shoppingtown Plaza Camino Real (Highway 78 and Jefferson) as well as at the Poinsettia Coaster Station (Poinsettia exit off of I-5).

Nov
4
Nov 5

Pier Plaza Art-A-Faire, Huntington Beach, CA

  • Huntington Beach Pier

Join Peace Dog on the road!  Come to Huntington Beach, CA for the long Memorial Day weekend!  We will be on the Pier Saturday, Sunday, and Monday!  10am - 7pm each day.

http://hbartafaire.com/

Pier Plaza Art-A-Faire began in 1995 on Main Street and Olive in a vacant parking lot. The event grew with arts and crafts vendors and eventually moved onto Main Street. It soon expanded into an L shape from Main Street onto Walnut. The event was relocated to its current home at Pier Plaza in 2000. The beautiful Pacific Ocean is a great backdrop for showcasing original artwork and handmade crafts. Vendors from the local community as well as from all over the country can be found at the Friday and Weekend events. The Pier Art-A-Faire Fridays and Weekends draw a diverse crowd of local and out-of-town visitors.

Oct
23
10:00 am10:00

6th Street Market - Tempe, AZ

  • 6th Street Market

6th Street Market blends art, live music and the community weekly in the heart of Downtown.  Located in the popular 6th Street Park, this new market has just about everything.  Local shopping, works of art, live music, fantastic brunch offers nearby, and interactive art projects.  With its centralized location in Downtown Tempe, you can find everything you need here.  Sundays from 10 am -4 pm, October through May.