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Awesome Line Up This Thursday! Nov 18th

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NOVEMBER 18TH MUSIC LINE UP
4:00pm: Jimbo Trout – hillbilly bebop boogie, www.jimbotrout.com
5:15pm: Cage Free Players – jazz trio – www.andrewmusica.com
6:30pm: Enamored

Jimbo Trout Hillbilly bebop boogie. playing with the Fish People next Monday at Amnesia.

The Cage-Free Players are Andrew Epstein, Micha McClain, and Sam Heminger. Playing orignals from Ondas Novas and a mix of jazz trio works.   

Enamored – is Paulie Anne and Harrison, returning to the MCM!

Support the MCM’s bid for $40k

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The Mission Community Market, artist Sergio de la Torre, and La Cocina‘s Alicia Villanueva of Tamales los Maya are seeking a grant to Reinvent Fast Food. 

Support our bid for $40,000 to bring healthy and affordable fast food while creating economic opportunity!

1. Visit our the competition page

2. Join by clicking orange tab at top, then check your email to confirm
3. Sign back in and VOTE “M” FOR MISSION OPPORTUNITY  

How would YOU reinvent fast food? Comment here or on the team page. Every day you can sign in and “support” us to increase our chances!

Holiday Nights, Warm Lights – Through Dec 16th

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amos goldbaum shirts and designsRubber Ducky SoapEnvie Naturals

Daylight savings is taking a break, but the Mission Community Market isn’t! Stock up on designer goods, artisan gifts and fall foods like Emmy’s Pickles and Jams, Good Foods BBQ Sauce, Hale’s apple cider and assorted fruits for your own creations! The MCM will continue, warmly lit and full of food through December 16th. Here’s a starter list of our vendors, more added every week! Apply here to sell non-foods this year.

Secession SF – gallery, boutique, and workspace that features art & design made by independent companies – voted SFBG’s best
Envie Naturals SF – Natural skincare for multi-ethnic skin types
Amos Goldbaum prints and t-shirts,
Dun Up Boutique designer clothes and accessories
Sensory revolution – Scented bath salts and oils
Rubber Ducky Soap – Natural hand crafted skin care

San Francisco Chronicle: Bike to the MCM!

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It’s always a good time to haggle for your regional veggies in an alfresco setting. But with the advent of harvest season, it’s harder to say no to a bike basket full of Mother Nature‘s free-range heirloom goodies at the peak of their virtue, at a farmers’ market near you.
So why not take advantage of the final week of daylight-saving time to visit the weekly Mission Community Market on Bartlett Street, and see how such gatherings are bringing new life to urban streetscapes?

Since July, the Mission Community Market has brought in many of the same farm-fresh fresh foods as the usual markets. This market originated in response to “a lot of community members (who) came forward asking for a farmers’ market unique to the Mission, even a community market,” says Jeremy Shaw, the market’s organizer.

Read more here.

November 4th at the MCM

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Can 110 million people be wrong?
Thriller at the Mission Community Market
Remember Thriller? Or, pretending like you were alive then? Either way…

5pm: Thriller by the Edison Charter Academy is back! Be on time at 5pm! Album not for sale, but maybe you’re one of the 110 million. Want your youth program to perform or participate in the market? Get in touch!

4 – 6:30pm: Catch squeeze box goddess Renee de la Prade, with “a low-slung button box and a funky fusion of old Celtic melodies, zydeco and punk rock power.” Check out her 11/11 show at the blue macaw or grab an Accordion Babes calendar while you’re at it!

6:30pm: Acoustic set with the Mission’s own Jivano’s Cutlery Service.

Sprout and Pepper
Blue House Brussels into Good Foods BBQ
Get down to the Blue House Farm booth and chow on delicious peppers and brussel sprouts – witnessed here going straight into Dontaye’s dishes at Good Foods Catering, just a few steps away at the MCM.