Events In Claremont
We are excited to share that Claremont is reopening! Looking for something entertaining to do near the Inland Empire this weekend? From Friday Nights Live to the Midsummer Shakespeare Festival, our calendar is chock full of rousing events and annual festivals.
There’s something fun to do for everyone. The weekly Claremont Farmers and Artisans Market every Sunday is the largest of its kind in the region. For arts and crafts lovers, there’s the monthly First Saturday Art Walk and the Village Venture Arts & Crafts Faire in October.
Families flock to events such as Things That Go Bump in the Night at California Botanic Garden in October and Inland Pacific Ballet’s The Nutcracker in December. And nature enthusiasts can celebrate and discover the beauty of various native plants at the Annual Wild Flower Show and Festival in April and other botanic garden events.
Discover all the not-to-be-missed events taking place in Claremont in 2021 and beyond our continually updated events calendar below.
Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market
January 1, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 8:00 am on Sunday, repeating indefinitely
THE CLAREMONT FORUM FARMERS MARKET | ARTISANS MARKET
Certified Organic Produce Specialty Artisans & Crafts Flowers & Plants
SUNDAYS RAIN OR SHINE FROM 8:00 AM TO 1:00 PM
The Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market is located on Harvard Avenue, near City Hall, in the Claremont Village.
The Farmers & Artisans Market was founded in 1996 to connect California farmers and artisans to the local community. We now have over 100 growers and artisan members sharing their goods and services throughout the year.
Our farmers are working diligently to bring the freshest and most nutritious produce our rich local agricultural land has to offer for you and your families.
The Claremont Forum sponsors this weekly event and we are committed to helping promote local family farmers and to bring quality produce to our community. Proceeds from each market also help to support our service projects, such as the Prison Library Project.