After more than three years of work by the local merchants association, San Francisco’s Glen Park neighborhood is set to hold its first farmers’ market on Sunday.

The market, which will be held in the Glen Park BART station’s parking lot from 10-2, is a joint effort with the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association and BART.

It is expected to run each Sunday through mid-to-late October.

The Glen Park Merchants Association felt the need for a market in the area, as the closest ones are in Noe Valley or Stonestown.

The Glen Park Farmers’ Market will sell certified, locally grown organic produce and other items.

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and San Francisco Supervisor Scot Wiener will be on hand this Sunday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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