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Seaside Farmers Market opens at Mission Bay High

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Saturday marks the grand opening of the new Seaside Farmers Market at Mission Bay High School.

The farmers market is sponsored by the Mission Bay High School Alumni Association with all profits benefiting the school.

And the farmers market is offering more than just delicious food, produce, and goods.

"We're also allowing all the schools in our cluster and all the nonprofits in Pacific Beach to come here free of charge every week to promote their schools, give out information, and to also fundraise," said Pam Deitz, Director of MBHS Alumni Association.

The Seaside Farmers Market will be open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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