Join us for a fun afternoon of fresh fruits and veggies from all of our local farmers. Arts and craft booths will also be selling something for everyone. We are located in Manteca's New and Improved Library Park (Center Street & Manteca Avenue).
The Manteca Farmer's Market is held every Tuesday, June through August, from 4:30PM to 7:30PM.
We hope that you can all come out and support our local farmers this season. We will also have some great food vendors as well as craft and commercial vendors for your enjoyment.
Experience local entertainment on our gazebo stage. It's all here and will be all summer long!
Whether greeting visitors and answering their questions or restoring meadows and eradicating invasive species, as a Yosemite Conservancy volunteer you will make a difference in the park. Our volunteers experience the privilege of serving in a world heritage site while participating in work projects for a week or assisting visitors with park information for a month. Can you be one of our volunteers this summer?
Visitor information volunteers spend a month in the park assisting park visitors and sharing their love of Yosemite. Most volunteers work approximately 30 hours per week with time off to explore the park. All of our volunteers receive online and onsite training. They enjoy free entrance into the park and camping at group campsites, a 30 percent discount on books and educational materials sold at Yosemite Conservancy bookstores, and discounts from the park concessionaire in various locations. Work involves staffing information booths and the visitor center, acting as museum or gallery docents, and providing information at various park locations.
WOODWORK BY JIM BUTTON
-MANTECA RESIDENT & CRAFTSMAN-
Jim Button was a resident of Manteca for 75 years. He attended Calla Grammar School and graduated from Manteca High in 1955. He was an upholsterer by trade, working at and later operating his family's Castles Upholstery Shop. He retired in 2002. What many local Manteca area residents may also recall, is that he also had a great passion and talent for woodworking, creating items from bird houses to clocks among other things. Though Jim passed away in 2011, his work lives on forever in many homes of friends and admirers, with some displayed and for sale at the Museum Gift Shoppe.
To see more of Manteca’s historic past, be sure to visit the Manteca Museum and Gift Shoppe at 600 W. Yosemite, in downtown Manteca.
Museum Hours: Tues. & Wed. 1pm — 3pm; Thurs. & Sun. 1pm — 4pm
Private Tours and Event Meetings available by calling the Museum during regular hours!