This is a round up of the interesting news, updates and recent developments in the world of Farmers Markets. In this month’s issue:
Flagler Beach Farmers Market Will Move To Wickline Park
Flagler Beach, FL
A new Hotel development is planned for the current site of the Flagler Beach farmer’s market so the market will be moving to nearby Wickline Park and will now be run by the Flagler Strong Foundation. The new hours will be Saturdays from 8 am -12pm and will feature the usual fresh fruit and veggies + prepared foods and pastries. The new addition will be low volume acoustic music. More details here
Riverhead Farmers Market Is Moving To a Year Round Schedule
After moving to the new space in the former Homeside building last fall, the East End Food Market is set to make another major change by moving to a near year round schedule. After being known primarily as a Winter Market, it is now set to be open from May through October on Saturdays . You can check out the booth fees and other info here
Historic Farmers Market Marks 147th Year
Hamilton’s Historic Farmers market will return for its 147th year this Spring. Things will get going from April 10th and will run from 11am to 2pm at the Fitton center.
About 20 vendors participate in the Hamilton Winter Market. A few of the participating vendors have included Brookside Farms (meat,) and Half Pint Provisions (jams/preserves) to Treats of Love (dog and cat treats) and Made with Love, Amanda (upcycled/crafted gifts and decor), and many more. Botanical Blends by Kim have become popular for their handcrafted Elderberry syrup. More info here
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