The BuckThe Buck is affectionately named after the main character in “The Call of the Wild” by renowned local novelist Jack London. The story follows a domesticated dog from California that becomes a sled dog in Alaska.
Every time a vendor participates at one of the Buck events, they’re answering their own call to entrepreneurship. What better place to do so than at the venue named after Buck’s creator?
The Buck is held from 11am-4pm on select Sundays alongside the Jack London Square Farmer’s Market. This family friendly event will meet all your shopping needs as it features unique vendors from all over Northern California.
Homemade by Ayesha Curry PopUp423 Water StreetAyesha Curry will bring her first-ever retail store HOMEMADE to Oakland’s waterfront just in time for Valentine’s Day. The exclusive pop-up will feature a variety of quality goods and home products that include her signature bedding collection, eponymous line of cookware and bakeware, a line of kitchen textiles, accessories, and indoor gardening kits. Ayesha will also debut her new jewelry collection and give fans a sneak peek at her new apparel line. Customers will feel right at home in the chic and stylish space that has been outfitted by Bay Area-based retailer Cost Plus World Market, who also recently designed Ayesha’s gorgeous office space in Oakland. Conveniently located between Oakland Supply Co. and California Canoe and Kayak at 423 Water Street in Jack London Square, Ayesha Curry’s Pop-Up Shop is scheduled to open on Saturday, February 2 for an extended stay. The store will be open Wednesday–Fridays from 4–7 p.m. and 11 a.m.–7 p.m. on weekends.
CUESA Farmer's MarketWebster Palm Plaza
Founded in 1989, the Jack London Square Farmers Market has deep roots in Oakland, providing a vibrant waterfront marketplace for Bay Area families. The Jack London Square Farmers Market is operated by CUESA at Oakland’s Jack London Square on Sundays (10 am to 3 pm), year round, rain or shine.
With more than 40 vendors, the Jack London Square Farmers Market offers local produce, food craft products, and breakfast and lunch options. See our seller lineup »
Every Sunday we also offer free education programs, such as cooking demos, tastings, and kids activities. Check out our calendar of upcoming events »