Seasonal vendors return to the farmers market and the Amelia Island Museum of History is offering Fiesta de' Santa Maria with vendors, dancers, music, historic re-enactors and more!
The leaves and the temperatures have begun to fall to our north and that signals the return of snowbirds to the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market. Seasonal vendor, Steephill Vermont Syrup, is back with freshly harvested maple syrup from their Vermont farm.
Jay’s Marketplace is back with their chopped olive salad, and Rose’s Unbelievable egg rolls returns with her grandmother’s authentic Vietnamese recipe.
There will not be an Arts Market this Saturday, instead the Amelia Island Museum of History is offering Fiesta de’ Santa Maria with vendors, dancers, music, historic re-enactors and more! All being held in the lot adjacent to the farmers market located on North Seventh Street, between 9 and 1:00 p.m., rain or shine. Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Museum and us!
The Fernandina Beach Market Place is open year round with a variety of seasonal produce, fresh baked breads, organic body products, and tasty specialties. Well behaved, leashed pets are always welcome.