This week's Vendor Newsletter.
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  • Stay active on social media. Tag the Market in your Saturday pictures and Facebook posts. Sharing is caring!
  • If you haven't been featured on Facebook or the newsletter in a while, send me an email. We'll figure out some way to highlight you. Also, thank you to everyone who gave me their Vendor FAQs. I am in the process of adding those to the website. If you haven't given me your copy already (and you plan to do so), please return them this Saturday.
  • As we enter June and July, please let Jim know of any Market absences at least 24 hours in advance (if not sooner). He needs time to invite part-time vendors to fill in gaps at the Market and keep it as full--and aesthetically pleasing--as possible for our loyal Market customers.
We appreciate all that you do to keep the Market vibrant and thriving well into the summer months. It's going to be great...

Living the Sweet Life...

Our Market is known for its sweet treats from vendors like Born & Bread, Oh 4 Goodness Cakes, and Sugarbuzz Dezert Company,but let's not forget about one natural source of sweetness that we can purchase, take home, and eat for weeks if not months--Florida honey! Unlike the more processed varieties that you find at the big box stores, local honey is healthier and tastier, and it helps support local farmers and small business owners. So check out some of the yummy varieties of honey available from Winter Park Honey, Red Roof Farms, Primus Garden Market, and Ridge Island Groves.
Eat Local      Shop Local

Produce Picks of the Week!

Read about what our farmers and produce vendors are featuring this week.

Vendor Specials!

Images by Ar

All of Ar Creevy's Photography on Canvas displayed this Saturday will be priced at 40% off. Be sure and stop by her booth to see some really awesome photos, particularly her Hawaii collection, done as photo wraps.

Gee Gee's Brittle

Floyd and Gee Gee say, "Try our Pecan Brittle. It's the best in the nation--no, in the world! Come see us, and we'll give you a taste of heaven." Sounds delicious!

The Diverse Dandelion

Save money while adding a touch of charm to your home decor or nursery. Remind your friends of a favorite memory with a perfect piece of art for their home. Come to the Diverse Dandelion on Kentucky Ave. near Bay Street. Buy one piece of distinct, Iris-folded artwork, and get another of equal or lesser value for half-price.

Watch the Full-Length Version...

Check out all of our vendors describe their products.

Watch Our Newest Commercial...

Check out a round-up of all the great things you can find at the Farmers' market!

Did you see our last commercial?

Watch customers talk about why they visit the Market!

Did you catch us on PGTV?

New Market Footprint:

Due to the new construction on Bay Street, the Market now stretches directly north from the train tracks, up North Kentucky Avenue, across Pine Street and Bay Street, all the way to Oak Street. That's approximately five block of Market fun! There is parking conveniently located at both ends of the market--on Oak Street and across the train tracks by Munn Park. As always, there is also on-street parking on Tennesee Ave. and Pine St. 

Market T-Shirts For Sale for $10 

T-Shirts are available at the Market in three colors: sandstone, olive green, and an earthy orange. In order to ensure you get your size and desired color, you can also purchase your shirt online and pick it up at the Market.

Buy T-Shirt Now
Remember to recycle your used, clean plastic bags at the Market!
Or pick up a new, reusable Market shopping bag for $1 at the FAB/Information Tent!
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