This week's Market Newsletter.
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Important Reminders:

  1. Please return your completed vendor contracts for the new Market year. Email Brittany if you have any questions.
  2. Continue to let Jim know if you won't be at the Market on Saturday.
  3. Continue to email Brittany if you want to be featured in the newsletter.
  4. Don't forget about the free workshop at The Lakeland Chamber of Commerce in August for anyone interested in starting a food business. More details are below. It is sponsored by SCORE.
  5. Don't forget that the LDDA and DFCM will be hosting a Vendor meeting on Sunday, July 31st at 6pm in the training room at My Office & More, located at 122 E. Main St., on the Northwest corner of Main St. and Tennessee Ave. 

Summertime and the Livin' Is Easy...

When the temperature climbs, life seems to slow down. We stop for a moment and appreciate the little things in life--a cool breeze and fresh-brewed iced tea and your favorite shade tree. At the Market, we have lots of little things to appreciate--good food and good company and a good day of shopping and relaxing. Take a moment to slow down this weekend, and savor all the great products and services that our Market vendors have to offer. 
Eat Local      Shop Local


Produce Picks of the Week!

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

Summer Deals!

Art and Furniture Vendors

Check out some of the amazing art items by vendors like Boondock Studios and Mud & Glass Studios. There are so many beautiful creations and talented artisans at our Market.

Farmers and Produce Vendors

Our farmers and produce vendors always seem to offer a colorful cornucopia of fruits and vegetables for their customers to take home with them. Don't leave the Market this Saturday without something from Aqua Organics, Eco Farms, Erendira's, Vita, or one of our other produce vendors.

Food Vendors

Our food vendors offer a delicious array of edible options for our hungry Market customers. Check out vendors like The Gourmet Muffin, Krazy Kombucha, Graceful Grains, Strollo Family Traditions, Just Crazy Good, Dutchy's Granola, and so many more!


Our jewelry vendors make you look beautiful year-round. Treat yourself to some bling from Theresa's Promise, Mitral, and more!

Plants and Herbs

Buy some fresh plants or herbs from vendors like Tropical Garden or Gonzalez Plants.

Textiles and Goods

Our textiles and goods vendors offers a wide array of products and services. Check out some of the great products by Elaine's Bows & More, Unique Bark, Down 2 Earth, and others.

Workshop Opportunity

If you are interested in starting a food business, then attend a special workshop by Pat Dooley on Thursday, August 4, 2016 from 8:00-9:30 am at the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce on 35 Lake Morton Drive. It's no cost and open to the public, but reservations are required. Register at For more information, call 863-284-5607 or e-mail Your Pro Kitchen is a fully licensed and inspected shared kitchen and culinary incubator opening soon on 830 N. Massachusetts Ave. in Lakeland. Learn more at

Music Schedule

Brian Sutherland will be performing on Saturday, July 30--our final Market day! Market customers always rave about Brian's performances--don't miss out!

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 blocks 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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