The Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market will be open on January 19, 2019, on North Seventh Street in historic Fernandina. Open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., this is likely Florida’s friendliest farmers market. Come by to pick up the latest complimentary issue of Edible Northeast Florida magazine, pick up a free re-usable shopping bag, or listen to Chris Loomis entertain you with his musical talent. Please stop by our Market Place sponsor booth, All American Gutter Protection. They will be on-site to answer your questions about micro mesh gutter guards. Based on decades of research and industry experience, their gutter guards are backed by a lifetime performance guarantee and will give you clog free and leaf free gutters for the life of your home!
Enjoy seeing what is in season at our produce vendors booths, including Romanesco. This sea-urchin looking vegetable is a cross between broccoli and cauliflower and is delicious fresh, steamed, or stir-fried into your favorite dish. Upstream Seafood has single portions of halibut and their salmon is fresh from Alaska. If you are looking for a winter balm to ease the season’s dry skin, check out Amelia Naturals. While she specializes in foot reflexology, she carries a variety of natural products to help soothe, smooth, and heal your skin. Gluten-free vendor, Something Good, is at the market on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, as well as Steephill Designs and their Vermont maple syrup. Logan’s microgreens is back this week, too. We encourage you to visit these, and all of our vendors, any Saturday of the year, rain or shine.
Look for a great variety of discounted Shrimp Festival T-shirts for sale on the lawn at the Pineland Bank. If you are interested in volunteering with this amazing festival, several committee directors who will be on hand.
If you are interested in having a free non-profit booth space, would like to learn more about our sponsorship program, or simply have a question about the market or any of our vendors, please stop by the management booth near Centre Street.