After a successful season of monthly marketplace events, Batch Made Market will throw one last locally sourced hurrah for 2013 this Sunday afternoon with park games, beer, plenty of food and workshops — including one where you can catch and clean your own lunch right on the spot.

From the New York Times-approved folks who brought you Forage SF and the Underground Market, Batch Made Market shares the same spirit as its predecessor. In addition to hot and prepared foods from over a dozen or so vendors, the open-air market will feature workshops on how to whip up sweet potato pie, ferment your own kimchi and make your own beer mustard.

For budding young Zuckerbergs, who only want to eat what they kill, the perfectly named lifelong fisherman Grandpa Wood will be hosting a workshop in which attendees and catch and gut fish with a Huck Finn-style bamboo fishing pole. Why would you ever leave the city to catch your Pescatarian cuisine?

And if fishing isn't active enough for you, there's also a 4-square tournament and a round of musical chairs to add to the schoolyard glee.

Batch Made Market
55 Duboce Avenue (Between Mission and Valencia)
Sunday, November 10th, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Free admission, fishing workshop $20 suggested donation.