Parkland Farmers’ Market is back with over 100 vendors and artisans – Parkland Talk

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By Sharon Aron Baron

The Town of Parkland is hosting its next Farmer’s Market on Sunday, November 21.

Since 2006, the Parkland Farmers Market was a busy event with over 100 vendors, offering everything from organic and conventional fruits and vegetables, baked goods, specialty and gourmet foods, specialty spices and sauces.

This year, the market offers a specialized fair from November 21st. Then the three pre-holiday markets will be combined with craft fairs.

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“It’s the perfect place to find unique gifts for friends and family,” said Todd DeAngelis, city spokesman.

Specialty fairs include Health and Wellness and Public Safety in January and the Pet Show in February. The market offers a community/business outreach exhibition in March and April, followed by an environmental exhibition and craft fair at the season finale on April 24, 2022.

The market is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the first and third Sundays of each month through March and the second and fourth Sundays in April at the Parkland Equestrian Center, located at 8350 Ranch Rd.

Market Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Broward Health Coral Springs

Supporting Sponsors

Spine care for friends and family
Real Estate Parrot
Premier Bounce N Slide
The Trolley Collection

Regular Market Vendors

7 Seas Seafood Market
A DB Kitchen, LLC
Anita’s Guacamole
Art Pie
Bang Cabin
Big Lock mobile kitchen
Biscotti Firenze
Biscotti Firenze
Bobby’s Event Concessions dba Bobbys Hot Dogs
Bob’s lemonade
Bonsai Brothers
Breads by Barth
Sparkling Boba Bubble Tea
C&R food concepts
Catas Creations
Ceviche and Guacamole House LLC
Chef Luc Croissants
chocolate diva
Ciabatta pane
Cider donuts
Crackerman Crackers
Craig Wilson Gardens
Flexible bites
Library Friends
Frik Foods and Frak, LLC
Goat Head Coffee Co.
green earth garden
Happy Dog Bakery
Harvest Drive
Amazing boiled corn
Independent Seafood
Coral Springs Kona-Ice
Regular Market Vendors
Kool Treats by Mama Dukes
L&M Bakery
The Mountain of Flavors
Chef of the paella
LA Toast
Laurie’s Pantry
The little bread
Luv’s Kitchen Seasoning
Macy’s Smoked Fish Dip
Max the Roaster, LLC
Mediterranean Delight, LLC
native armor
Nishas Flavors of India
Olive Oil of the World
Our Wolf Den Soups
Parkland Chamber of Commerce
love pasta
Pet wants Coral Springs
South Poblano
Sanctuary Exotic Tea / Sanctuary V-Tacos
Saucy Lips Premier, LLC
Smoothie by the sea
Java just perfect
SMAKattack, LLC
Florida Cheese Stamper Inc
Soft mix
Waffles from Sweet Marie
Candies and sweets by A&D
Taspen’s Organics and Dragonfly Botanicals
Tessie’s teas
The gourmet pickle peddler
Three Amigos Healthy Pet Supply
Toctoc Arepas
Unique dishes
Verdant Lyfe, LLC
V Cakes
Yard trusses
Zippy Zee kitchen

craft vendors

Bosphorus LLC
Buddha’s attic
Classy atmosphere
Color Street
Constance K Aromatic Candles & Aromatherapy
Dumela Handicrafts
El Vago From The Beach
Fiddle Leaf Fig Farm / Nursery Brand L
Frizz Designs
Gabby Crafty and Arts
Gifts by Rose
Missing girl in woods
Glitter me that
Gooli’s Goods
HiKee Essential Oil Blends
ELV design
Jessica Bear
knot me
Mahogany Florals LLC
Mamoyo Baby
Moana and Kai
natural boca
Nohemn by Nohelia
Okun Omi Crafts, Inc.
Penny’s Catnip Club
Silver and gems from Peru
sugar shack nuts
The shop from A to Z
The wandering willow
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The event is also accepting nominations from vendors. Vendor fees are $65 for each Sunday or $400 for the entire season for residents and $480 for non-residents. Apps are processed within 5-7 business days.

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Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron is a resident of Parkland and editor of Talk Media. She has been covering Parkland news since 2012. Parkland Talk was created to provide information, views and entertainment to Parkland residents.

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