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Long-running farmers market returns to Fort Myers after coronavirus closures in SWFL

River District Farmers Market in SWFL returns June 4th
Posted at 5:33 AM, Jun 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-04 11:27:36-04

FORT MYERS, Fla. — A long-running tradition is returning to downtown Fort Myers, Thursday morning.

The River District Farmers Market is resuming operations every Thursday after closing due to the coronavirus lockdowns.

For opening day, more than 20 vendors and food trucks plan to set up under the bridge at Centennial Park from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Rain or shine, organizers say the market will display a fun variety of popular local foods and products for the community to enjoy.

For opening day, Dynasty Guacamole plans to give away free guacamole to the first 50 customers.

Early bird shoppers can shop produce from some select vendors around 8 a.m.

Participating vendors & food trucks at the River District Farmers Market on June 4th:

My Exotic Fruits and Produce

Heritage Honey

Flying Eagle Kombucha

Pilar's Empanadas

Dominga's Flowers and Plants

Baca Bread

Andre's French Bakery

Stamper Cheese

Simply Savory Dips and Seasonings

Jimmy's Java

Chef Andy
Perfectly Scrumptious Cupcakes

K9 Kitchen

Mr Fun Guy

Gina's Tamales

Dream Earth Bowls - Smoothie Bowls

Irene's Dream Fresh Pressed Juices

Dynasty Guacamole

Tigertoes Herbs and Teas

Old Coot Woodworks


The Nosh Truck

Currie's Smokin' Hot BBQ

Currywurst Truck

Three Little Birds Breakfast Truck

For more information on the River District Farmers Market, click here.