By Sharon Aron Baron

The City of Parkland announces the return of its popular annual Farmers’ Market, kicking off on Sunday, November 5, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Held at the Parkland Equestrian Center at 8350 Ranch Rd., this event has been a staple for residents since its inception in 2006.

Visitors to the market can expect a diverse range of vendors, offering both organic and conventional fruits and vegetables, delectable baked goods, gourmet foods, and unique spices and sauces.

Additionally, every market date has its specialty, ranging from craft fairs and car shows to business and pet expos. There’s something for everyone at the Parkland Farmers’ Market.

Regular Vendors

Pet Wants
Le Petit Pain
A Kitchen DB, LLC
Breads by Barth
Cinnamon-Horn-Rolls
La Montagne des Saveurs
Awa Drinks Co./Simply Java
Ceviche/Guacamole House
Pasta Amore
Coconut Bar, LLC
Sugar Bliss LLC
Sanctuary V Tacos
Independent Seafoods
King of Conch Salads
Mediterranean Delight
Sweet Blendz
Luv’s Kitchen Seasoning
Zippy Zee Kitchen
SMAK attack Honey
ASKA Sweets
Laurie’s Pantry
Flex Bites
Benny Fruit & Vegetables
Olive Oil of the World
Zoey’s Handmade Pretzels
Ken’s Jammin’ Jelly
The Gourmet Pickle Peddler
Ochechobee Farms
Nishas Flavors of India
Sanctuary Exotic Tea
Seaside Smoothie
Stamper Cheese of Florida, Inc
Ciabatta Pane
Rainbow Root Teas LLC
Dr. Pickle
Manka
The Wispy Whisk
Maad Harvest Ventures
Crafted House
Eldridge Produce
Chef Luc French Baked Goods
Firenze International Olive Oils LLC
Taspen’s Organics & Botanicals
Sweet Marie’s Waffles
Wanderlust Sips and Coffee LLC
Killer Coffee
Mom’s Specialties LLC
Woof Gang Bakery
TN Bobs Hot Sauce Company
Bubbly Boba Bubble Tea
Mozzarita
Kool Treats by Mama Dukes
Frost Daiquiri and Company Inc.
Our Wolf Den Soups
Creative Vegan Gourmet

Food Court

The Hideout Cafe
Baker Concessions
La Paella
Wholly Smokes BBQ LLC
Toc Toc Arepas
Funky Donkey Burritos
Papito Chef
Incredible Kettle Corn
Bobby’s Event Concessions dba Bobbys Hot Dogs
The Greek Gyro Truck
7 Seas Seafood Market
Cider Doughnuts
Poblano South
Kona-ice of Coral Springs
Good2Go Cuisine LLC
Vanilla 2020 LLC
Saucy Lips

Floaters

2dulces
The Honest Farmer
All Puffed Up Sweets
Cheat Foods
Mangia Mangia Crepes
Whispering Oak
Francis Cakes – The Little Gourmet Baker
Palm Beach Salt Company
Dates and Oranges, LLC
Sweet Harpers

On February 4, the market will feature its Cultural Awareness Farmers’ Market, highlighted by live music and community performances. Each market date also promises a lively atmosphere, complete with kid-friendly services like face painting, sponsored by some of their partners. To keep everyone grooving, there’s a DJ playing music throughout.

Here’s what you need to know about the market schedule:

  • The market will be held on the first and third Sunday of every month from November through March.
  • In April, market dates shift to the second and fourth Sundays.
  • Special fairs this season include health and wellness, public safety, pet expo, community awareness/business expo, environmental expo, and craft fair.

Mark your calendars for the second annual car show on March 3, 2023. The city is currently accepting applications for this free event, which can be accessed here.

For prospective vendors, the city is also open to applications. Pricing details are as follows:

  • Full-season vendors (all 12 markets): $480 for non-residents and $400 for residents.
  • Farmer/Growers: $225 per 10×10 space.
  • Daily vendor and specialty “craft” vendor spaces: $65 per market.

The vendor application form for the 2023-2024 season can be found here.

For further inquiries or if you need more information, contact 954-757-4107.

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Sharon Aron Baron
Sharon Aron Baron
Sharon Aron Baron is a Parkland resident and editor of Talk Media. She has been covering Parkland news since 2012. Parkland Talk was created to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Parkland.
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