Summer feels like it is coming to a close with the neighborhood children returning to school, but activity at the farmers market in Fernandina Beach continues at full pace.
Eating clean means eating fresh, local and seasonal foods that nourish a healthy body, and we’ve recently seen a variety of food movements inviting us to eat foods the way nature intended.
School is about to begin in Nassau County, Florida, and the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market has some great ideas for making fresh and tasty lunches and after-school snacks.
Grilling is popular year-round in Florida, but summer is when you can find the absolute best Mother Nature has to offer for the grill.
Got Plants this summer? You don’t want to miss the farmers market where you will find amazing baskets, plants, landscaping shrubs, palm trees, bloomers and more
The Fernandina Beach’s farmers market will be joined by the fine artists of the Fernandina Beach Arts Market, and we have some cool vendors to tell you about!
When you enter the farmers market from Centre Street, you will notice a new lemonade stand run by Team Lee, a brother and sister team who are happy to serve up a large, 32 ounce cup of fresh lemonade.
The second and fourth Saturdays bring an enthusiasm and vitality to historic Fernandina Beach with both the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market and the Fernandina Beach Arts Market open on July 9, 2016.
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.