Farmers Market a Success

Farmers Market a SuccessAnyone that came out Saturday, January 26 to the City of Sunny Isles Beach to participate in the Farmers Market and Classic Car Show experienced a perfect day in South Florida. The community event featured gorgeous weather, classic cars, art for sale and wholesome food products from local South Florida vendors.

Several cars from Michael Dezer’s collection, like the Back to the Future Delorean, provided great backdrops as residents and visitors made photo memories posing next to the cars. Other owners from around the region displayed Volkswagen Things, Mustangs, and Corvettes, to name a few. Art lovers browsed through many styles of art on display including abstract and scenic prints.

Moms and Dads enjoyed both eating while browsing and taking home food products to restock their pantries. Families took home organic produce, fresh-baked French breads, fresh salsa & guacamole, natural honey, soaps & candles, handmade market baskets, teas & spices and much more.  Music filled the park as the DJ tuned the dial to fun. Children romped on the playground, got up to their elbows in the arts and crafts activities and begged their parents for food from the venders.

For information on future events check the SIB Sun Community Newspaper, SIBTV Cable Channel 77, the quarterly Calendar of Programs and Events and the website at www.sibfl.net  or

specific questions please contact the Cultural & Community Services Department at 305.792.1706.

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1 Comment for “Farmers Market a Success”

  1. Pat Serio

    I am so glad to hear my home state is finally making a small attempt at getting into supporting local commerce. Do you have any idea how much better that is for the environment? (less gasoline/diesel fuel use and related air quality) Lower cost? (no transportation fees) Happier bodies? (our bodies thrive on what is in season in our own areas) I have been living in Tennessee for almost 16 years and, I can tell you: supporting the local farmers is one of only two things good about this state (the other is supporting our natural areas and helping to purchase them for future generations). Take a big hint, Florida!

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