End of May June Gonna Be Exciting

Well, it is finally the end of May. We are all getting out and about and trying our best to return to normal. Or, I should say, establishing a new normal. Businesses and services are fully open or at least partially operating. Now, all we need to do is get more people working, earning, and spending that money on essentials and fun things too. More vendors are coming over to the Market to start a new business even. That is really very exciting. You just never know what you are going to find here so come on down and visit with our old vendors, say, hi! to the new ones and find something you really need or at least cannot live without.

Food Vendors


Debbie the Fruit and Veggie Lady is going like gangbusters this morning with lots of fresh fruits and fragrant veggies on the black row.


Dixie Woods Honey and his cute little tiny house on the black row is open and got some of his gold honey on display drop on down a little further on the black row

Diane’s Snack Shack

on the corner of the Green and Red rows is doing their usual home-made dinner specials and of course, you can come in a little early and order a breakfast plate too.

Mystic Cottage Bakery

on the corner of the Yellow and Blue rows is baking up a storm this week and this morning making cinnamon rolls, Toasted S’mores Cupcake Cones and some kind of cookie called Moose Farts. When we asked about the ingredients it sounded pretty yummy.

Toni’s Kitchen

on the corner of the Yellow and Red Rows is also cooking up a storm after breakfast you can enjoy some of her delicious meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, and green beans or possible a chicken salad plate or even a meatball sub.

Vendor and Event News

Fix Em All (formerly known as Pay to Spay) out of Gainesville will be scheduling new dates to spay or neuter your pets right here at the Market. Right now we just have the surgery dates but they will be getting back to us with the registration dates, places, and times around the county. In the meantime, you can visit their website, download the application, and get your scheduled times directly from them.

“It’s easy to apply for low-cost spay or neuter. If you live in Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, LaFayette, or Suwannee County, and the cost of spay/neuter would be a hardship for you, you will qualify for our program. Click “Apply Online“, or print and mail an application form with a check or money order made out to “Fix Them All”. The cost for cats is $20 and for dogs is $40.”

We hope you will enjoy the picture show from our walk around the market this morning.