Mission Community Market

"The Mission Community Market begins this week and will only grow from here.

The line up for July 22nd includes:

  • Deliciously prepared foods from La Cocina and the Mission Market
  • Fresh produce from farms such as Blue House, Tomatero, Twin Girls, Hidden Star and Organic Pastures 
  • Collaborative youth mural project led by Chris Treggiari of Root
    Division Arts Collective. Youth from YMCA Mission Girls and the Mission
    Beacon will be in attendance. All are invited.
  • Activities and play space hosted by the Mission Beacon and the Dolores Community Youth Alliance
  • Live Music from Porto Franco records
  • Capoeria from Abada Capoeira 
  • Crafts and artisans from the Women’s Initiative and MiSBA
  • Health resources and information from CARECEN, Rec and Parks, Shape Up SF
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