October 6, 2018, is the first Saturday of the month and that means the farmers market on North Seventh Street will be open in historic Fernandina Beach.
There has been an increase in the popularity of fresh foods and this movement supports small farms and local businesses. Those who shop our local farmers market have been the reason for our growth.
Looking for a wonderful morning out with your family or friends? Check out the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market and arts market.
Market Place Sponsor Jack & Diane’s Cafe will be open right across the street to satisfy your coffee, smoothie, breakfast or lunch cravings.
September 8th is our sixth anniversary as the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market and to celebrate we will be introducing our new “Leave One Take One” program.
We are happy to see the return of our gluten free vendor. She has sweet breads, biscuits, and cookies. Everything you find in Something Good’s booth is gluten free.
Located on North Seventh Street, these markets feature a selection of seasonal produce, fresh baked breads, hand crafted furniture, whimsical paintings, fine jewelry and more.
It will feel like a family reunion on August 18, 2018, at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market with the return of three of our most popular vendors.
With 40 tents full of fine edibles and tasty treats, shopping in the farmers market will make your back to school meal planning healthy and easy.
Summertime, and the living is easy on Amelia Island, but not so much for Ava and Nokoa who work hard at their Nassau County Cabbage Creek Farm.