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    The Fernandina Beach Arts Market will be closed on March 28th

Arts Market Now Open Every Saturday

The Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market and the Fernandina Beach Arts Market will be open every Saturday through the end of the year. These rain or shine markets are open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and are located on North Seventh Street in historic Fernandina Beach, between Centre and Alachua Streets.

The Arts Market is sold out and that means there will be nearly 30 booths of handmade arts and crafts. There is something for everyone! Woodworking, fine and whimsical jewelry, apparel, handbags, paintings, chimes, candles, iron works, and home crafted knives are just a few of the items you will find on display. With Christmas just around the corner, this is a great place to jump start your holiday and feel good about it because you are shopping local and supporting local business.

Vendors of both markets welcome you to browse their shops, taste their samples, and ask questions. Farmers and artisans alike, love to talk about their craft. Whether farming, ranching, producing, or crafting, their products are their babies. They’ve been grown from a dream and nurtured with love into a wide variety of amazing things they would love to share with you.

Bark-N-Bake, our dog treat vendor, originally began making dog treats for their own dog who had a sensative stomach. It was from this love for their dog that they now share these great treats with your best friends. This week they will have a peach harvest peanut butter cookie with sliced peaches, and if your dog prefers more basic treats, check our their chicken feet.

Me, Myself, and Pies is back this week and this will be their last visit before Thanksgiving. If you want their pies on your holiday table, stop by their booth this week to learn more about their Pop Up Pie Shop holiday delivery service.

Chauntel is our newest vendor and she is selling hot cups of coffee and hot chocolate. This is an item our customers have been requesting for years, so please stop by and show them a Fernandina Beach welcome. Oizeo is back with their seemingly endless offering of Asian Tapas, and Something Good, our gluten free vendor is making an extra appearance this Saturday.

Jenn Burns will be our musician this week, and our Booth With a Cause is Cat’s Angels. On the lawn you will find Erica with tickets, t-shirts, and posters, for Relay for Life’s Annual Pub Crawl being held this year on November 18, 2019.

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