Looking for the fountain of youth has been an age-old quest. So many Americans are looking for ways to look and feel younger. The saying "age is just a number" is at the core of the advertising campaigns for many of the anti-aging products on the market.
What if, instead of running from our date of birth, we embraced our age and the beauty that can be found in the gift of longevity?
How many of you aspire to hold the title of a centenarian? What if I told you that Diane Hayworth and Michael Varback of the Rancho Santa Fe Farmer's Market had discovered one of the key ingredients to living to be 100?
After traveling the world and learning from centenarian's around the globe, Diane and Michael brought the community gathering concept home when they altered the traditional Farmer's Market concept to encourage community socialization centered around food, live music, and artisan goods.
Unlike most Farmer's Markets, the vendor booths are arranged in rows around the center of the event where there is live music, seating for those who wish to eat, listen, and spend time socializing. There is even a complimentary craft area for the little ones so that they can indulge their creativity as parents relax. There are quite a variety of food vendors, everything from crepes to Paea to fresh squeezed lemonade. To enhance your Farmer's MArket experience even further, each table is garnished with a beautiful, live flower arrangement.
The Rancho Santa Fe Market is designed for community members, and visitors relax, eat and connect regularly. This habit is guaranteed to prolong your life.