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The Autry National Center hosts a farmers market

The Autry National Center
The Autry National Center Smart Destinations/Flickr

If you’re an avid hiker like me, you’ve hiked at Runyon Canyon, off Hollywood Boulevard. They always have a tiny snack station with a couple bottles of water and some fruit. Are you kidding? A banana? I just had a long and strenuous hike.

The snack station at Runyon Canyon

(The snack station at Runyon Canyon. Credit: JC Olivera/Flickr)

Luckily for us, The Autry National Center at Griffith Park will be hosting The Autry Farmers Market starting Saturday, April 28 from 8am to noon. After you finish your hike around the Griffith Observatory, you can head down to the Autry Museum and munch on some local and organic foods from Underwood Family Farms, Homeboy Bakery, Avila & Sons Farms, and about 13 other vendors. There will also be a wide selection of freshly prepared foods by Heirloom LA, Global Soul, and the Crepe Kitchen.

After you’ve satisfied your hunger, why not walk it off by taking a visit to the Autry Museum? Exercise, eat lunch, and relax with art and history all in one trip!

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