More than 100 local vendors including farmers, growers with fresh produce and gourmet foods. Also, crafts, prepared foods, live entertainment, flowers and plants.
The church youth will sell lunch items.
Hosted by the Scarlett Belles at Tea chapter of the Red Hat Society. Red Hat items available will include rubber stamping and craft supplies, hats, clothing, scarves, dolls, jewelry, purses and books — new and used. Funds raised will benefit area no-kill animal shelters.
St. Pete Preservation teaches about the civic visionaries who transformed our working waterfront into one of the largest waterfront park systems in the country. Tour starts adjacent to the Saturday Morning Market.
Price: $5, free members.
The market will feature a mix of seasonal and locally farmed produce, organic also and all natural ready to eat foods and specialty foods; arts and crafts; cooking demonstrations (11:30 a.m.) with chefs from local restaurants; and live music.
From lemongrass to patchouli, mint and spices, herbalist Willow LaMonte shows how to grow herbs organically and maximize their household or medicinal properties. Stay for the Sunday Market and live music following workshop.
Price: $15-$20 donation; registration required.
Shop for organic fruits, vegetables, handmade goods, artisan breads, local honey, take-home foods and more at this family- and dog-friendly market with live music (12:30-2:30 p.m.), open mike sessions (2:30-4 p.m.) and self-guided tours of the farm. Open November through May.
The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County has teamed up with Whole Foods Market Sarasota for a special Sarasota Keys concert where four of the Sarasota Keys pianos will be brought together for an evening of live music. Directly following the concert, a $10 donation will grant you entry t …
Price: Free; $10 donation for festival.