40 Booths at Farmers Market


Find goat milk soap hand made by Hairy Farmpit Girls.

Find over 40 booths of fresh baked breads, seasonal vegetables, jellies and jams, and more at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market. Open every Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., North Seventh Street in historic Fernandina is transformed into an open-air, shopping experience. Enjoy live music from a local musician while you stroll under the Spanish moss draped oak trees of our seaside Victoria village. Specialty pastries include Sunrise Doughnuts and their delicious homemade doughnuts. Sweet Peach Cupcakes will have their amazing treats back in the market this Saturday, and Lizzie’s Cheese Straws is returning with their delicate, straw shaped crackers. Seasonal produce includes broccoli, cauliflower, greens, and peas, but the big treat this week is Tommy King’s strawberries from King’s Kountry Produce. These are grown on his farm in Starke, Florida.

You will find homemade soaps, with the cutest names, created with goat milk by Hairy Farmpit Girls. Wynne, of Amelia Naturals creates formulated ointments and massage candles full of the essential oils your skin needs to be healthy, and Tea Nation is back with tea flavors to sip, or to shower. Alaskan salmon is available at the Upstream Seafood tent, as well as smoked salmon dips and tasty scallops. Eddie Chesser will have about 250 pounds of wild caught, Atlantic shrimp, and JD Beef has beef that is raised with no hormones or antibiotics. Bark-N-Bake has fresh made, healthy dog treats, jerky, and chicken feet for your pets, while Mike’s Mad Jerky cooks up tasty flavors of jerky for dog’s best friend.

There is no Arts Market this week. The Fernandina Beach Arts Market has returned to their regular schedule of the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month. The markets are open rain or shine. Please find more information on Facebook.

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