Thursday, May 25, 2017

Spread the word: There is no Farmers Market this Saturday as was falsely reported in the Post.


In the “EVENTS” section, in last Monday’s Lake Worth Very Very Special Monday Collector Print Edition (LWVVSMCPE), on page B3, below the fold:
“Farmers Market, Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Old Bridge Park, 10 S. Ocean Blvd.”
There is no Farmers Market in the City of Lake Worth on Saturday. Or the Saturday after that either. The last market for the season was on April 29th, almost a month ago. The good news is the Lake Worth Farmers Market begins again in October. Here is their Facebook page. From the Farmers Market website about their recently ended, and very popular season:

The Lake Worth Farmers Market opens [now closed until October] its 11th season on October 15th and runs through April 29th. The Market is open rain or shine, delivering the freshest locally grown fruits and vegetables and baked goods and delicacies. We are committed to supporting local growers and small enterprises. We have over 80 vendors who are excited to share their wares with you each week.

And always remember there are only six (6) Special Cities in Palm Beach County (and Delray Beach IS NOT one of them!):
Have a community event in the City of Lake Worth you want published in the Post’s LWVVSMCPE next Monday? Use this link to contact the beat reporter.

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