Did you know there are a number of October specialties that are recognized and/or celebrated at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market?
Never a dull place, Saturday morning will be alive with activity with the farmers market, the arts market, and the Amelia Cruizers 20th Annual 8-Flags Car Show.
We took video footage of the farmers market and the Arts Market and made a short video, not only to show off the cool stuff you can find at the Market Place, but also to show how happy our vendors are.
The Market Place is excited to announce our farmers market friend-turned-vendor, Nathalie Wu. Nathalie has been a weekly customer of the market for several years and she now joins us on the first and third Saturdays of the month with her booth, My Fortune Rocks.
Come for the traditional favorites you’ve come to love, and experience the international flavors you will also find in the farmers market in booths such as the African Love Kitchen, B & D’s Sauce Company, Joy of Garlic, and Bunna Coffee.
As we find ourselves free-falling into the holiday shopping season, there are unspoken rules in the retail world. Well, farmers markets have their own set of unwritten rules and customer expectations, too.
On September 10, Joe and Elizabeth Lee, and Manager Judie Mackie, are inviting you to join them downtown to share in their merriment as they celebrate the 4th Anniversary of the Fernandina Beach Market Place.
Perhaps the friendliest farmers market in Florida, this week we are celebrating Labor Day and the American worker, and few will argue there are many harder working professions than the American farmer!
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.