What better way than to take a stroll with your loved ones, outside on a chilly day, to get into the holiday spirit?
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This will be your last opportunity to shop the farmers market for fresh seasonal produce and other delicious artisan foods before the Thanksgiving holiday
Veterans Day in Fernandina Beach will be the place to be with the farmers market and the arts market, a Veteran’s Day Parade and the Petanque Tournament.
Saturday, October 28th, brings a lot of family fun to downtown Fernandina Beach including the Arts Market at the corner of Eighth and Centre Streets and the Fall Festival on North Sixth Street presented by the United Methodist and Presbyterian Churches.
To continue the celebration in the farmers market, Sugar Flour Pastries is making dulce de leche and Aztec chocolate ice cream with cayenne, cinnamon, and almonds.
All your weekly favorites will be set up like ice cream sandwiches from Sugar Flour Pastries, and dips and spreads from Simply Savory, Lulu’s at the Thompson House, and smoked salmon dip from Upstream Seafood.
Bringing your father to the farmers market on Saturday is a great way to learn more about his tastes, and to pick up ideal foods to cook for him on Sunday.
In the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market you will find Lizzie’s Cheese Straws. Just in time for Memorial Day cook-outs, she now brings a larger, party-sized package of her delicious cheesy crackers.
We have a new vendor, Succulent Design of Vilano, making their inaugural appearance at the farmers market this Saturday. Lydia creates succulent dish gardens in recycled and antique containers.