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Monday, July 19, 2010

Mission Community Market Debuts This Week

Posted By on Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 11:38 AM

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It's semi-official: The Mission is the city's most under-farmers'-marketed neighborhood ― until this Thursday, that is. July 22 marks the debut of the Mission Community Market on Bartlett Street between 21st and 22nd, 4-8 p.m.

Of course, the Mission doesn't do anything that isn't culturally expressive, whether of La Raza or of skater boys with neckbeards. So it stands to reason that, after the need for a market emerged from the Mission Streetscape Plan last fall, the neighborhood would solicit buy-in from a diversity of groups. Long, meeting-filled story short: The Mission Community Market Collaborative was spawned last November, with help from La Cocina, MEDA, the Mission Merchants Association, and others. Logistics planning started in March.

The weekly Thursday market promises to be part community happening, part place to get a bunch of dino kale. Market Collaborative director Jeremy Shaw will be able to say more about the roster of food vendors later tonight, but he said the mix of farmers and prepared food vendors would include some La Cocina clients and other Mission-based small food businesses. And he stressed that a youth play and arts space would be a distinguishing feature of the Mission market. Plus craft and artisan vendors from the Women's Initiative, MEDA, and Casa de La Raza.

Update: Read the list of food vendors at this week's launch.

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