Farmers markets for April 1-2, 2017 in Southwest Florida
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Looking to get some locally grown fruits and vegetables? Check out some of the area's farmers market the weekend of April 1st. Some of the farmers markets across Southwest Florida are seasonal, but some are around all year. Most of the time they are on one particular day of the week at a specific location.
Some of the farmers markets have websites or Facebook pages to provide information of their offerings, special features and times.
Come and visit all three Farmers Markets in Cape Coral; they are always overflowing with fresh, local and healthy produce, fruits and foods, along with baked goods, made-on-site guacamole, salsas, homemade jams & jellies, pickles & olive mixes, cheeses, take home foods and much more.
Located in Estero at Coconut Point Mall in the Panera Bread parking lot. This market offers fresh produce, seafood, meats, cut flowers, locally harvested honey, and baked goods. You can also find handcrafts, soaps, candles, hand woven baskets and hats. This is a pet friendly market!
Local fresh produce, seafood, honey, arts and crafts, pickles and olives, fresh mozzarella cheese, native plants and trees. Native plant experts from the Coccoloba Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will be on hand to answer questions and give advice on using native plants in your landscaping, the fertilizer ordinance and invasive plant species. For more information, call 239-273-8945
FSW Farmers Market is located on the campus of Florida SouthWestern State College and is open to public. Find local produce, organics, fresh eggs, cut flowers, art & crafts, cheese, smoothies, BBQ, Breads, wood grilled pizzas, pickles, guacamole, and so much more. Food trucks on site.
The River District Farmers' Market is open every Thursday year-round in Centennial Park west of the Caloosahatchee Bridge. This market offers a variety of local produce, seafood, baked goods, honey, nuts, cheese, flowers, plants and more. Be sure to stop by soon for a fun and rewarding experience!
Supporting specialty, conventional and organic growers, foodies, local businesses and our neighbors!. Come and shop for seafood, fish, fresh baked breads, organic local coffee, wonderfully crafted handmade soaps, and fresh fruits and vegetables!
A true local outdoor market selling local produce, fresh seafood, native plants, cut flowers, artisan foods, organics, and more. This is one of the largest markets in Lee County with 50 vendors. Shoppers are invited to stay and eat breakfast or lunch at a picnic table while listening to live music and enjoying one of the most beautiful parks in Lee County.
This market overflows with fresh produce, flowers, pastas, cheeses, seafood, grass-fed beef, pastries & baked goods, prepared foods, jams, relishes, fresh roasted coffee beans and much more. Music, coffee, dog treats, and much more. Perfect for all the family including your pet!
This is a favorite market for Islanders and visitors. Find local produce, breads, honey, seafood, meats, flowers, cheeses and many other products that create a well rounded enjoyable Sunday for everyone, including well behaved dogs!