Starting next week, the Encinitas Station Farmers Market will have new hours for the fall season.
As of Wednesday, Oct. 3, the farmers market will run from 4 to 7 p.m.—instead of its summertime hours of 5 to 8 p.m. Those new hours will stay in effect until the end of April.
The Encinitas Station Farmers Market happens every Wednesday night in downtown Encinitas, on the southeast corner of E Street and Vulcan Avenue. It features about 40 vendors who focus on specialty food items such as cheeses, meats, honey, breads—and local farm fresh organic produce.
The farmers market does not use single-use plastic bags, so if you plan to shop there, bring your re-useable grocery totes. For more information about the Encinitas Station Farmers Market, you can visit its Facebook page.