Looking for straight from the farm produce? Check out the local Fernandina farmers market.
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Here are some of the most popular questions I am asked at the downtown farmers and arts markets.
There is a new vendor in the farmers market, an Amelia Island company selling fresh cut flowers, greenery and bouquets
Artists and Farmers are at the downtown Market Place in Fernandina on Feb. 23rd.
Looks like it is shaping up to be another fine day to visit the farmers market and get some Super Bowl goodies.
If you find yourself at the farmers market without a reusable sack, please stop by the management booth and pick up one for free.
If you have relatives coming in for Thanksgiving, the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market is a great place to bring them – before or after the holiday.
Amelia Pasta, a long standing staple at the farmers market is holding a Pasta Blowout Sale – all in-stock flavors of penne, linguini, fettuccini, and orzo are on sale for only $5.00 per bag, no rainchecks.
As the Market Place manager I am often asked about how much less shrimp will weigh when you remove the heads.
One of the best ways to enjoy this exceptional weather is to head to downtown, historic Fernandina Beach and check out the Market Place farmers market. With nearly 40 vendors exhibiting, there is always something new to try and someone new to meet.
While it is best to wait until mid-March to start your spring planting, the farmers market has some great greenery to get you ready for spring fever.
The Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market is full of super food ideas for your Super Bowl parties.
‘Tis the season for winter produce and Cabbage Creek has a table full of veggies including kohlrabi, carrots, radishes, romaine, kale, spinach and Swiss chard.
Poke, Man, fruit pies, lamb, goat and bison can now be found at Fernandina’s farmers market on historic Amelia Island.
Bring your holiday guests for a stroll in our lovely Victorian village, and enjoy live music provided by Dan Voll and Shell, while tasting your way down North Seventh Street on Amelia Island.