Enjoy 50+ vendors at the weekly Certified Farmers Market!
About the Manhattan Beach Farmers Market
Launched in the summer of 2006, the Manhattan Beach Farmers Market is open every Tuesday, rain or shine, from 11am to 5pm in the summer and 4pm during the school year. The market is located on 13th Street between Valley and Morningside Drives. Parking is available in Metlox Plaza… or just walk or ride your bike! Sponsored by the Downtown Business & Professional Association, the Manhattan Beach Certified Farmers Market has been connecting local farmers with residents for 10 years.
Our state certified market, features many small family farms with reputations for high quality, high value, specialty crops and foods. In-season produce including organically grown fruits, vegetables and herbs, flowers and cheeses are the freshest and best tasting money can buy. Fresh cage-free eggs, hand-crafted chocolates, breads and other gluten-free baked goods, olive oil, salsas and spreads, fresh locally caught fish, hummus, local honey, flowers and vinegars entice consumers and enhance menus. A rich and diverse exchange of customs and recipes are offered in our ethnic food booths featuring Gourmet Tamales, Pupusas, Cumin Chicken, Crepes, Larry’s Grill Tacos, and Dave’s Korean.
Keeping up with food trends, recently the market has expanded choices to include micro-greens (snipped while your wait), raw milk product, vegan cheese and spreads, nut butters, fresh jams, pickled choices, almond milk, juices and even healthy snacks produced from the pulp of the juicing company. There is something for everyone, every diet, and every discerning palate.
The open-air experience of the Manhattan Beach Farmers Market adds to the strong sense of community in our premier beach city. Kids will see fruits and vegetables in their unprocessed state and learn more about nutrition and how produce is grown. Farmers can experiment with new and old-fashioned varieties of fruits and vegetables not grown commercially. Neighbors, friends and family can exchange favorite recipes, while tasting and comparing foods that perhaps they’ve never tried before.
The Manhattan Beach Certified Farmers Market captures the unique essence of coastal living by reflecting the healthy, active lifestyle that is synonymous with our beach community. Our Tuesday market continues to be yet another favorite pastime for our residents and visitors to Manhattan Beach. Market managers, Cynthia Rogers and Liz Fatone as well as dedicated 10-year volunteers, Mel and Andrea, are ready to greet you every week.
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Meditation Circle Brings Zen to Community, Tuesdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Torrance Memorial’s HealthLinks offers an opportunity to enhance meditation skills through a free, drop-in Meditation Circle for community members. Benefits of regular meditation include:
quieting the mind, developing inner peace, adding balance to life, relaxation for health and well-being, and shared energy. Some meditation experience is desired. If you do not have experience,
call HealthLinks for details on “The Tasted of Meditation” class. Drop-ins are welcome any time during the hour. Where:Hoffman Health Conference Center Room 3, 3315 Medical Center Dr,
Torrance CA 90505. For more information visit TorranceMemorial.org/SupportGroups or call 310-517-4711.
December 11 at 6:30pm-7:30pm
Main Library 2nd floor Meeting Room
Learn some simple yoga poses from a certified yoga instructor.
Gentle Yoga – Discover if it is right for you
On Tuesday, December 11th ,from 6:30pm to 7:30pm, learn more about gentle yoga. Teri Thompson, a certified Yoga Teacher, and some of her students, will demonstrate how to modify yoga poses for unique body issues. Learn the many benefits of gently yoga and how it may help you.
This program is free and open to the public, no registration is required. You can participate or just watch. If you want to participate, wear comfortable clothing and bring a beach towel or yoga mat.
The program is in the 2nd floor Meeting Room at Redondo Beach Main Library, located at 303 N. Pacific Coast Hwy in Redondo Beach. Free underground parking is available at the Library.
For more information on programs and services at Redondo Beach Public Library, please call (310) 318-0675, option 5, or visit www.redondo.org/library
JAZZ SAX and DINNER @ ENRIQUE’S CANTINAJazz Sax and Dinner @ Enrique’s – Garland Campbell returns to the South Bay with his soulful sax and accompaniment in a unique showcase dinner event each Tuesday evening starting Tuesday, November 27th at Enrique’s Cantina, *located directly across from the Elks Lodge at 320 S. Catalina Ave. in Redondo Beach. Enrique’s features scrumptious upscale and affordable Contemporary Latin Cuisine prepared by Master Chef Colin Colville. Show times are 7:00 PM, 8:00 PM, and 9:15 PM. Reservations not required.
Coastal Business Alliance – BNI
Our meetings are run very precisely with networking starting at 7 AM and our formal meeting running from 7:15 to 8:30 AM. We meet specifically to refer business to each other, hear about one or two member’s businesses in detail, and learn better ways to build our business. The Coastal Business Alliance Chapter of BNI shares $5 million in business referrals per year.
Memory, Coffee, & Compassion Support Group for Those Caring for a Loved One with Dementia
@Family Connect Memory Care Home Torrance
10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, November 28th
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Wednesday, December 19th
Dashing Through Dementia
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
6:30 – 8:00 PM
Peninsula Center Library
701 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274
Families who care for loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other dementia find seasonal holidays confusing, demanding, depressing, and stressful. Join us to learn how to enjoy the holidays with your memory impaired loved one.
If you have an aged loved one showing signs of memory impairment or significant dementia, you can’t afford to miss this free, informative presentation led by care manager and elder care specialist Lauren Spiglanin, who is also a facilitator/educator for the Alzheimer’s Association. Lauren has been helping South Bay families negotiate the many dimensions of dementia for more than a decade.
Join Lauren to learn how to survive and thrive through the stress.
For FREE registration, please phone 310.383.1877 today.