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Farmers' market a hit in Portola Valley

Original post made on Jun 21, 2013

Late afternoon breezes in Portola Valley ruffled the flowers, set rows of delicate wire-wrapped jewelry to dancing, and caressed what fruits and vegetables were left at the town's first farmers' market.

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Posted by Nate McKitterick
a resident of Portola Valley: Woodside Highlands
on Jun 21, 2013 at 10:12 am

Regular community events like this are one of the reasons we love Portola Valley, and are perhaps especially important in a Town that has no downtown. Many thanks to the people who have worked to bring us the Summer Concerts at the Town Center (thus realizing the purpose of its design as a community gathering place) and now the Farmer's Market, as well as other community events (such as the Bike Rodeo at Town Center this year, the Craft Fair, etc.).


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