Siesta Key Farmers Market a best kept secret. Great way to spend a vacation, seeing local artists and local businesses selling their products. It goes from 8:00am to 1:00pm and most are closing up at 1:00pm so come early and hangout and listen to the live music!
A super way to spend Sunday morning! Have a tasty breakfast at one of the many restaurant choices in the village. Then visit the market before heading to the beach. A number of local artists display their work…Oil paintings by renowned Siesta Key – Sarasota artist Lloyd Dobson, photography and metal art by Mike Lee Beck , shell art by Jeanne Heere, ceramics by Lynne Ostroman, clothing, Batik Bliss by Rita Van Gorder, Vinsoy Candles and jewelry by Kim Johnson.
Plus fruits and vegetables by Fred Dula with Yum Yum Tree Produce and other food items by Village Cafe, Wood Artwork by Tim Steller, The Olive Branch & More featuring Italian Olive Oil & Breads by Pino Giuseppetestini, The Fouta Spa by Mike Crider, Haiaki-Gordon Green Tea by Izumi Gordon, J.K. Originals Jewelry by Judith Kelk, Hand Painted China by Camila Rosenstockalsa, Better Health Cafe Salsa by Chris Stoneberg, Massage Experience SK by Connie Lewis, Immune Solutions by Jackie Page. and much more. Again we have live music every week for your listening enjoyment. Its a great way to get in the local groove!
Many of the market’s vendors offer vital information about local resources and create awareness in natural health and the environment. We hope you enjoy the Market on Sunday mornings throughout the year.
Farmers Market offers delicious spring greens, herbs and a variety of produce. Shoppers can also find a vast assortment of local, organic products and a Taste Of The Village with area restaurants serving farm fresh items from their menus.
What are you doing this Sunday morning??? Come visit us 8am to 1pm Freshness waiting, lots of new vendors,
See what some of the visitors are saying?
“Loved the variety of handmade goods, pottery, organic products, unique natural soaps, produce, art, food and more at this Sunday market ! Found some unique gifts….they even had live music that had us dancing and singing along in the sunshine ! Will become.ab annual destination for sure.” – Jenny W. – Bailey, Colorado
“In Siesta village, a Sunday farmers and local crafts market. Really worth a look see for great gifts and souvenirs. Music and fun in the sun ! Local produce, baked goods, food, soap, pottery, art, crafts, clothing and much more. Great way to catch the local scene! – Carol O. – Sarasota, Florida