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Today: Fall festival adds music and pumpkin carving to Portola Valley farmers' market

 

Rain or shine, a fall festival takes place today (Thursday, Oct. 27) in Portola Valley, from 2 to 6 p.m., with the weekly farmers' market at the Town Center at 765 Portola Road.

Webb Ranch is bringing a pumpkin patch and train rides for kids. There will be pumpkin carving with Portola Valley resident Andrew Browne, and music by Geoff Allen and Mark Binion of BLUE. "They play and sing all kinds of musical genres and enjoy requests," according to a description of the band at santacruz.com.

The farmers' market will have a full house in terms of vendors, including Mama Coco’s Mexican food, Devil’s Canyon Brewery, Sinbad Catering and Roli Roti rotiserrie chicken, in addition to fruits and vegetable, fish and eggs, nut butters, baked goods and crafts.

Halloween costumes are optional.

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