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Opening Day for the 2017 Season

Thursday, May 11th, 2017 | George Sackett | market-report

Wildwood Farmers Market
16860 Main St.
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, May 13

We are excited to get an early start on this year’s farmers market. The big news is that we have moved the market. There is construction going on in our old location so we are now in front of the City Hall of Wildwood (16860 Main St. Wildwood). The best access is to turn west off of Taylor onto Main St and follow it to the end. Park along the road or in the garage. Handicap parking will be available on the road next to the market. If you forget and end up in the old location just continue west on Plaza and you will be able to access parking behind City Hall.

It looks like we are getting a break with the weather this weekend and should have a lovely day. Come on down and find a variety of local seasonal produce. It is also the day before Mother’s Day (I bet you are glad for the reminder) and we will have a number of local flower vendors as well as artisan craft vendors for special treats such as pottery, handmade jewelry, soap and wooden spoons for the Mother in your life. You are sure to find some goodies for the dinner table or for Mom.

We are excited to have Tyler Samuels & The Bad Haircuts to entertain you on this first market of the season.

We expect many returning vendors like Cadet Creek and Stuckmeyer’s with a variety of early season produce. We should have several meat vendors as well with beef, pork, chicken, and alpaca. A real treat is that there will have morel mushrooms available. We expect a variety vendors with cut flowers, potted plants, herbs, perennials, natives and pollinators for your table, yard and garden. Bob’s Honey will be there with his famous local honey. Spice up your life with Adventures in Spice custom made spice blends. We also anticipate a new bakery vendor this year with Great Harvest. Another new vendor will be Hunter Ridge with jams, jellies, berries, and maybe pies.

Come check out the new location and support your local farmers market and all the local vendors.