Santa Monica’s first-ever Good Food Festival and Conference concludes today, wrapping up five days of events that have highlighted the freshest fares, enjoyable music, and other festivities showcasing “locally and sustainably produced food and innovative leaders from the good food movement.”
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Santa Monica High School will host a Festival and Street Fair, with entry just $10 per person.
More than 100 vendors are participating in the street fair. Admission includes exhibits with family farmers and artisanal food producers.
There will be demos from LA’s best chefs, attendees can eat street food from vendors that source from the Santa Monica farmers market, they can hear national and local Good Food for Thought leaders, browse the food-focused bookstore with author signings, see the “Rediscovered Gems: WPA Agricultural Art” exhibition, watch workshops on gardening and urban home-steading, and if that’s not enough -- enjoy music, great people, and the beautiful campus of Santa Monica High School.
For more information on all the events affiliated with the Good Food Festival and Conference, please visit: www.goodfoodfestivals.com.
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