Hello and welcome November. It is turning out to be an interesting kind of change. Last month we are bouncing around the Eighties and Nineties and even still having named storms. Now with the first weekend of the month the temperatures are dipping down below the fifties. It’s time for everyone to get their layering techniques down again. Come on down to the market and get some fresh fruits, homegrown vegetables from the local farm, hot boiled peanuts and even check out the restaurants to see what they have in store for the weekend. Of course, walking around the rows looking at all the many varied items that our vendors offer is always fun.
Toni’s Kitchen is featuring homemade beef stew and a pot of chili. Of course you can always pick up a nice chef salad or even hot dogs, hamburgers and all kinds of fries.
Diane’s Restaurant is having their usual home cooked items just check their menu board.
Granny B’s is having her annual Pie Sampling Event on Saturday. Come on by her shop on the Green Row-Booth 17 and sample a few of her pies, order your favorites for the upcoming holidays.
Tri-County Cruisers Fall Festival Last weekend
We had a great turn-out at this year’s Fall Festival with the Tri-County Cruisers. There were over 40 registered classic cars and trucks competing for the trophies with the proceeds going toward the local hospice Below is a short video from the event. They will be Bell, Florida this weekend doing another charity event. Please share with your friends and family.
New Commercial For Local Author Event
Mark your calendars and come on out to meet the local published authors. We have invited all the local public libraries, Florida writer’s associations, middle and high school kids and their teachers as well as all the local newspapers and radio stations. If you are a published author, graphic artist, printer or editor pitch a tent in the front of the market on November 16th and join in our fun. Just email Jolene at email@example.com to get listed in our brochure. We already have 12 confirmed authors, two website designers and a painter displaying their work and participating in the teaching sessions.
Y&S Treasures have moved across the row to booth 7 and 9 on the Yellow Row. She needed more room to display all of her varied, antique and tetchy items for you to find and buy. Drop on buy and say, hello!
Game On on the Black Row Booth 32, 34 is in the process of moving over to the Green Row – Booth 43, 45. When they have things a little more organized we will take some pictures of their new place. They too needed more room and will be opened more hours now that they have a shop facing the Young Blvd. Stay-tuned for more information.
The Honey Shop on the Red Row – Booth 3,5 is still in the renovating their shop. They are open for the weekend but are still under construction. Be patient and when they are done we will be taking more pictures.
And now for more pictures from around the market that we hope you will appreciate and share with your friends and family.
The Detour Antiques Always Fun Things to Find
J&J Crafts and Clothes Green Row
J is inspired to create new stuff
Who Doesn’t Love Roosters
Nautical Gems and Antiques on Green Row Has New Look
Check out Whats New at Georges Hats on Green Row
Do you know how to use this one on the green row
I think You need to buy these in pairs on the Green Row
Rearranging and Getting Ready for Holidays at Kayleen’s Collectibles on Yellow Row
Come on by Mystic Cottage on Corner of Red and Yellow Rows This Weekend – Can you Say Muffins
Across from Mystics is a nice seating area
Vickie’s Furniture and More on the Red Row Has Rearrange Her Booth
New Vendors on the Red Row Across from Vickie’s
Also on the Red Row is a booth filled with Paintings
While on the Black Row Handmade Ceramic Stuff at VC Ceramics
Richard and Betsy Hunter on the Black Row Booth 25, 27
For all those Gator Fans Gets Some Great Items
Orange and Blue Items Galore on Black Row
Rays Antiques and Coins Black Row Booth 37, 39
Get Your Fruits and Vegetables on Black Row Booth 1