Your 4th of July favorites can be found at the farmers market in historic, Fernandina Beach! Watermelon, pickles, fresh breads, berries, dips, tomatoes, cucumbers and more…
June 25, 2016, is the 4th Saturday of the month and that means both the Fernandina Beach Arts Market and the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers markets will be open near the corner of Centre and Eighth Streets in historic, downtown Fernandina Beach.
You’ll find pink eye – purple hull, garden pea, baby green lima, black eye with snaps, brown crowder, zipper cream, Fort Hood butter bean, lady finger or white acre, and speckled butter beans at Fernandina’s farmers market.
We have a new vendor joining us this week. Life Scents Candle Company. This is a family owned company who makes all natural soy candles that are infused with essential oils.
Strawberries are on their way out, but big beautiful blueberries are in-season at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market for a few more weeks.
The farmers market is a wonderful place to bring your Memorial Day Weekend guests and this week you can check out our newest vendor who is bringing Amish Popcorn.
Musician Alain Le Lait recently moved to Fernandina Beach from Colorado with his wife and dogs, but they wish they’d have done it sooner!
A palm tree vendor joining the farmers market this week. Paul Bazzell, with A1 Landscape and Tree City, will be bringing a variety of seven gallon palm trees
A few of the vendors from both the farmers and the arts market will be setting up shop at the corner of Lime and South 14th Streets on Saturday, April 30, 2016.
This will be the last farmers market in historic Fernandina Beach until AFTER the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival.