2-Day Hometown Holiday Extravaganza
Fernandina Beach Market Place and the Fernandina Beach Arts Market are joining forces for a two day event, held in two locations called “Hometown Holiday”.
Saturday, December 14th, the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market, on N. 7th Street in historic downtown, will be transformed into a wonderland of holiday traditions. Pictures with Santa, festive music, and local artists will be selling hand-crafted jewelry, pottery, and textiles. Over 20 additional talented artisans from the Fernandina Beach Arts Market have already confirmed to set up booths showing off their wares as well as the nearly 40 traditional farmers market vendors you know and love.
Everyone’s favorite musician, Dan Voll, will be providing live, musical entertainment, our featured non-profit booths are Keep Nassau Beautiful and philanthropic educational organization, The P.E.O. Sisterhood, and we are even having a Best Decorated Booth Contest for the vendors where YOU vote for the winner!
Join us during our extended Saturday hours from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM!
The fun continues on Sunday, December 15th! Day two of “Hometown Holiday” takes place from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, at the corner of Lime and 14th Streets near the Amelia Island movie theater.
Several of your favorite downtown farmers’ market vendors will be setting up on Sunday at the Fernandina Beach Arts Market on the Christmas Tree lot. Scents of the season fill the air while local farmers, artisans and crafters are excited to set up once again, providing you with a second opportunity to shop local while having some family fun in a convenient location.
Market management will be on site to talk about vendor opportunities for 2014. Local musicians, non-profit organizations and brick and mortar businesses who would like to join us in 2014, for FREE, are encouraged to come out and learn more!
This 2-Day Hometown Holiday Extravaganza is December 14th and 15th. Saturday on N. 7th Street in historic, downtown Fernandina Beach, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm; and again on Sunday, December 15th, at the corner of Lime and 14th Streets.