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March San Antonio Farmers Market features an Easter Theme

By Florida's Original NatureCoaster™ Posted on February 27, 2018

Easter will be the theme of the March 10 San Antonio Farmers Market, held from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. in the San Antonio City Park. Both the young and the young-at-heart will enjoy the Easter Basket/Cake Walk, with prizes of filled Easter Baskets, cakes, and cookies. The Easter Basket/Cake Walk will be free for children twelve and under; $1 for teens and adults.

There will also be a chance drawing for a basket filled with Easter goodies for an entire family. The Children’s Tent will have free Easter crafts, games, and treats. New additions to the Farmers Market in March will be vendors of baked goods and children’s books.

Dennelle Morris, owner of the Cake Crate Cafe in San Antonio, will have fresh baked pastries, muffins, and breakfast burritos for sale.

Local author Jane Elizabeth Streit will sign and sell her books about Claire, including the newest book, The Alphabet Seek and Find.

Returning vendors will include Jovita Treats selling jams and jellies, The Family Tree with trees and plants, St. Angela’s fresh produce, and Brookstone Wines. Other vendors will have yard art, jewelry, home decor and kitchen items, and much more. Mr. Jim will be there with Jim’s Famous Hot Dogs, popcorn, coffee, and sodas.

The San Antonio Farmers Market is sponsored by the Rotary Club of San Antonio and is held the second Saturday of each month. Vendor spaces are available at a cost of $25 per booth. For additional information or an application, call Rotary Club President Winnie Burke at 352-437-5161 or email [email protected].

The Rotary Club of San Antonio meets every Tuesday from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the clubhouse of Tampa Bay Golf & Country Club. Visitors are always welcome.

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