Grace Valley Carolers will entertain shoppers with holiday music from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Davis Farmers Market in Central Park, Fourth and C streets. Courtesy photo

Agriculture + Environment

Celebrate the holidays at Davis Farmers Market

By From page A4 | December 23, 2011

Holiday music will fill the air at the Davis Farmers Market on Christmas Eve morning. The market runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in Central Park, Fourth and C streets.

Performers are Fifteen Strings, Jazzy Horns, violinist Kate Saylor, Grace Valley Carolers, Valley Brass, Eclectic Garden, Peter Franklin Band and Steve Hamilton.

New products at the market include fresh chestnuts, mandarins, smoked salmon, crab, holiday candy, candied nuts and giant and petite poinsettias. Many sellers offer holiday gift packs for last-minute shoppers.

Shoppers who buy three items from the market — including local produce, cheeses, jams, olive oils and crafts — will receive them wrapped for free in a complimentary gift basket. Visit the “Gift Basket Central” table at the north end of the pavilion.

Davis Farmers Market shopping baskets and logo wear — aprons, mugs, ball caps and T-shirts — also make great gifts for everyone who loves to shop the market. Davis Farmers Market gift certificates also are available at the market booth at the south end of the pavilion.

Crafters at the north end of the market sell hand-knit scarves, dolls, photography, beeswax candles, lapidary arts, holiday wreaths, fresh lavender and cedar sachets, pottery, metal and wood work, basketry, paintings and jewelry.

There will be no Wednesday market next week, but the market will return on New Year’s Eve from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

For more information, visit www.davisfarmersmarket.org or call (530) 756-1695.

Enterprise staff

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