The farmers market is thrilled to introduce you to our newest vendors at the Market Place including bath and beauty products, goat soaps and lotions, lemonade stand, and a new dog treat vendor.
It is time to shop local and support your small business neighbors by shopping at the Consignment Crawl and Resale Tour
The farmers market is one of downtown’s greatest assets and offers a space for neighbors and friends to come together, cultivating a sense of community.
Are you preparing for the 4th of July holiday? Well, the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market may have just what you need to celebrate Independence Day!
African Love Kitchen will delight you with their authentic Tanzanian foods created by Chef Ibrahim. Try their bison sambusa, and if you like curry, their piri piri sauce is a MUST HAVE!
The farmers market has more than a fair share of beans and peas: purple hull, garden pea, baby green Lima, black eye with snaps, brown crowder, zipper cream, Fort Hood butter bean, lady finger or white acre, and speckled butter beans. (Oh my!)
This week the farmers market includes the inaugural appearance by Spanish Guitarist Dennis Fermin, and the Fernandina Beach Arts Market, too.
A portion of the proceeds from $12.00 Stuff-a-Bag Sale will be given to Cedar Haven Transition House for Homeless Women.
Big beautiful blueberries are in-season at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market for a few more weeks.
The farmers market on North Seventh Street will be a great place to entertain your Memorial Day Weekend company. We are introducing a new vendor this week, Amish Popcorn.
Welcome a new entertainer this week; Alain Le Lait does an acoustic version of The Beatles’, “I Am The Walrus” that will leave you egg-less.
There is a new palm tree vendor joining the farmers market this week. Paul Bazzell, with A1 Landscape and Tree City, will be bringing a variety of seven gallon palm trees.
Our newest booth is Soap-Crafters. They bring 100% all natural handmade goat milk soaps created with ten essential oil fragrances from seven different hand crafted molds.
Antique and vintage items are great when you are looking to decorate your home or office, or add to an existing collection, but do you know the difference between antique and vintage?
This is the last Saturday before Easter and in Fernandina Beach the farmers market and the Arts Market are wonderful places to find items to fill your Easter basket!