All Three Locations to Reopen Last Week of September.
The Palm Springs Cultural Center announced today that all three of its popular Certified Farmers’ Markets will open for their 2009/10 Season the last week of September. “The Palm Springs Market will open on Saturday, September 26th, the Old Town La Quinta Market will open on Sunday, September 27th, and the Mid-week Market in Palm Desert will open on Wednesday, September 30th,” said Paul Palodichuk, Market Manager. “We’re happy to be back with everyone’s favorite farmers, and this year we have some new farmers as well. In fact, all three markets are bigger this year.”
This year marks the third season for the Palm Springs Market, and the second season for both the La Quinta and Palm Desert Markets. “The markets will still take place on the same days as before,” continued Palodichuk. “And this year, the hours are the same for all three markets as well. We open bright and early at 8am and run through 12:30pm.”
Friends, fans and foodies can look forward to lots of fresh fruit, vegetables and farm fresh products, as well as chef demonstrations and entertainment on a weekly basis. The September 26th Grand Opening event in Palm Springs will feature folk music by Dave Heveron, and cooking demonstrations by Chef Paul Hietter from Love at First Bite Catering. The Old Town La Quinta Opening on Sunday, September 27th will feature music by Steve Denny and cooking demonstrations with Chef Kelly Walling from the Hog’s Breath Inn. In Palm Desert, the September 30th Grand Opening will feature music by Sergio Villegas, with cooking demonstrations by Chef Bernard of Cuistot Restaurant.