Embark on a nature walk through the grounds and trails of Chinsegut Hill Historic Site with Jim Davis, Director of the University of Florida’s IFAS Multi-County Extension, from 10 a.m. to noon on Jan. 18, Feb. 15, or March 22. The 2-hour hike covers the uneven and hilly ground around Chinsegut Hill. This… Read More
The Annual Kumquat Festival® is a free event on the streets of historic downtown Dade City, featuring the Kumquat Growers in the Wells Fargo parking lot at Meridian and 6th Street, where you can learn all about, and purchase kumquats. The festival includes lots of fun things… Read More
Southern Draft Horse Pull at 12 noon (Two weight classes lightweights (3400lbs and under) and heavyweights Quilt Show ALL day live entertainment food vendors blacksmith model trains demonstrations all museum buildings open with docents many in time period attire And more! Share this:… Read More
For nearly a year, the Gulf Archaeology Research Institute team has been excavating the grounds around Chinsegut Hill layer by layer to offer us a glimpse into the lives of indigenous peoples, enslaved people, and early settlers. Archaeologist Gary Ellis has more than 40 years of experience and has contributed… Read More
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Market at the Depot
February 20, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Inverness Farmers Market will take place on the first and third Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The market will take place in and along the open-air pavilion in the Depot District. The markets will bring together 15-25 hand-picked vendors with fresh and artisanal products.
There may also be specialty markets from time-to-time that may include vintage markets and swamp meets.
Inverness Farmers Market Vendor Information
A weekly 10’ x 10’ space will range from $25 to $35 per market.
Products that may be considered for the market:
Produce: fresh fruits, vegetables including conventional, hydroponic, organic, and seasonal
Plants and flowers: shrubs, flowers, house & garden plants, herbs, landscaping items (planters/pots/baskets) ornamentals, seeds, bird feeders/baths, etc.
Prepared and specialty food products: baked goods, fresh bread, seafood, barbecue, cheese, smoothies, pasta, ethnic food, eggs, dried soups, coffees, teas, nuts, jams, jellies, honey, sauces, and condiments
Art and craft products: handmade and original items such as candles, soaps, oils, balms, lotions, woodworking, leather items, paper goods, and handmade bags and fabrics.
Items not acceptable for the Inverness Farmers Market:
- Informational and/or promotional items of a personal, cause-related, or political nature
- Screen printed apparel
- Franchise and direct sale business services, sales or items
- Electronics and related accessories
- Any resale or flea market type merchandise
- Packaged, nationally distributed food and processed products
- Commercial or mass-produced products (with or without an internet business)
City staff determines the specific vendor requirements for the Inverness Farmers Market, and it is at the sole discretion of staff to decide which vendors are part of the markets. The City determines the types, quantity, and quality of food, drink, merchandise, information, and services that will enhance and support the market.
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