Sponsored in good health by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center
The Gardens GreenMarket sponsored in good health by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center is a rain or shine event featuring the freshest-of-the-fresh fruits, vegetables, fragrant herbs, honey, homemade old-fashioned breads, donuts, pies, cheeses, sauces, handmade crafts, and much, much more every Sunday through May 3, 2020.
GreenMarket Entertainment Schedule
Rod MacDonald Trio
Regi & Kimi
Eve n' Paparo
Live Portrait Drawing Live portrait painting by artist Ying Zhou. Zhou is a ceramic artist who also enjoys Chinese painting and brush making. Zhou, an instructor at the Armory Arts Center, is also a GreenMarket vendor.
GreenMarket 18th Anniversary Celebrate the 18th season of The Gardens GreenMarket by enjoying the best cakes in Palm Beach Gardens, courtesy of the GreenMarket vendors. At 10am, our anniversary ceremony will begin with complimentary samples of the traditional vendors ‘quilt cake’. Patrons will also receive a GreenMarket reusable shopping bag for their market goods, while supplies last. Face painting, a rock wall, and a one day painting workshop will also be featured on this day.
Give Blood, Save Lives Oneblood.org will have their Big Red Bus present at the Market. Each blood donation has the potential to save up to three lives. Every two seconds someone needs blood. You can make a difference!
Watercolor Painting Demo Victoria Grigaliunas of Do Tell A Belle combines her ﬁne art skills with her professional graphic design experience to create greeting cards, invitations, notecards and more. Supplies will be provided to paint your own watercolor ﬂower.
Interested in becoming part of The Gardens GreenMarket tradition? Please visit our How to Become a Vendor page for an application and more information.
The Gardens GreenMarket Mission Statement
The GreenMarket is a farmer’s market and public event with art, entertainment and food. This is accomplished by providing fresh, locally-grown produce to the community and encouraging the promotion of the agricultural industry. It also provides an informal, social gathering place in an open-air setting which promotes a sense of community and stimulates interaction among neighbors in the Northern Palm Beach County area. The Market is intended to be a combination of a "green" shopping opportunity and a cultural event.
Animals at the Market
Per City Ordinance Section 46-14, Pets and Animals: "No person shall bring or allow any pet or animal in any city park, except those assisting or aiding impaired or physically disabled persons."
Thank you to our sponsors for generously supporting The Gardens GreenMarket sponsored in good health by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center!