What do you do with a house-full of company over the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend? You bring them to the farmers’ and Arts Markets in historic Fernandina.
New vendors in the Fernandina farmers’ market including Nana Teresa’s, Golden Olive, Press, Mike’s Planter Boxes, Cohen Pecans and Vanessa’s Posies.
FREE Admission! The show takes place on Friday, November 13th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm, and again on Saturday, November 14th, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Baptist Medical Center Nassau’s Auxiliary is holding a Stupendous $6.00 Sale this Friday and Saturday!
Georgia Bulldogs, Florida Gators, and Halloween will all be celebrated at the farmers market on North Seventh Street in Fernandina Beach on October 31, 2015.
You can dip and decorate your own Pumpkin Spice cake pop along with indulging in our “Witches Death by Chocolate”.
You will find carving pumpkins for your Jack-o-Lanterns, the small pie pumpkins that are perfect for baking, and the pumpkins and gourds used mostly in decorating.
This week the farmers market is joined by the Fernandina Beach Arts Market, open on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month.
Nearly every item in the Estate Sale being held at the Residence Inn on Sadler Road is a conversation piece and priced to go!
September 19th is “International Talk Like a Pirate Day” (yes, it’s a real holiday) and the Fernandina farmers market has plenty to offer to a hungry pirate!
Available will be a selection of prepared entrees, sides and desserts, in oven and microwave safe containers. Heating instructions and ingredients are on the label.
Bruce Beville and the Laid Back Band will be providing live background music while you peruse a plethora of exhibitors including painters, potters, popular produce and pasta makers.
White Hawk, Olive My Pickle, Lizzie’s Cheese Straws, and Something Good are just some of the semi-monthly vendors you will find at the Market Place on August 15th
While in historic, downtown Fernandina Beach, be sure to visit the many quaint shops, restaurants, art galleries and museums our lovely town has to offer.
Ava and Nokoa, of Nassau County’s Cabbage Creek Farms, have welcomed a healthy baby girl to their family.