Kid's Day at Daly City Saturday Farmers' Market



  • Daly City Farmers' Market (map)
  • Serramonte Center
  • Daly City, CA, 94015
  • United States

FREE Kid's Day

 Daly City Saturday Farmers' Market 

Daly City, CA… Come celebrate “Kid’s Day” at the Daly City Farmers’ Market at Serramonte Center Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 9am-1pm! This special day will include kid’s entertainment and activities to learn about the farmers’ market. Children of all ages are welcome.   

Kid’s Day will feature, an engaging puppet show of “Jack and the Bean Stalk” at 10:00 am by Randal Metz, Director of the Storybook Puppet Theater of Fairyland in Oakland, CA. At age 10 Randal Metz won an audition to become a Fairyland Personality. While still in grade school he apprenticed with the creator of Fairyland’s Storybook Puppet Theater and today, Randal takes great pride in directing America’s longest-running puppet theater bringing high standards of creative excellence to every production. To kids who think they might enjoy a career in puppetry, he says, “Stick to your dream and learn everything you can!” The puppet show will be from 10-11:00am. 

While enjoying Kid’s Day, children are encouraged to participate in the comparative fruit tasting and find out what varieties of fruit they like best!  The ever popular Piñata games will be back in the market with prizes for all. Make sure to stop by the Kid’s Craft booth to make an art project to take home! 

Family farmers bring local produce and heirloom variety fruits and vegetables that they grow themselves. Specialties of the season include strawberries from Watsonville, peaches, nectarines, pluots and apricots, organic and Asian vegetables, your grandfather’s heirloom variety tomatoes, baked breads, eggs and more direct from California certified growers and producers. 

The Daly City Farmers’ Market is hosted by the Serramonte Center. The certified farmers’ market is a location approved by the County Agricultural Commissioner where farmers offer for sale only those fruits and vegetables they grow themselves.