Succulent fruits, garden-fresh vegetables, seafood delights and homemade breads and desserts are just some of the mouth watering treats that will be offered at this season's Farmers Market at Cape Harbour.
The market begins Saturday, May 25, and will be held from 8 a.m. until noon, and continue every Saturday until early October.
A host of quality vendors have been chosen to offer an array of locally grown fruits and vegetables as well as freshly made breads and pastries, honey, jelly, potted plants, hand made soaps and much more.
The market vendors will include the Acupuncture Clinic, Andy's Seafood, Artisan Bread Company, Bark Street, C & J Produce, Carefree Boat Club, Ceramic Graters, Classy Q-Z Covers, Edward Jones Co., Green Leaf Worm Farm, Happy Pickle, Hawaiian Kettle Corn, Heritage Honey, Jerad's Palm Trees, Nature Source, Nerium, Pampered Chef (once a month), Paradise Gourmet, Paradise Handmade Soaps, PowerFX, Pretzel's, Rustic Bliss Organics, Sea Shell Cupcakery, Signature Laser Imaging & Gifts, Simply Beachie, State Farm, Tupperware, Turtle's Tomato Patch, Two More Pockets, Vitamin Outlet plus the Shriners will be selling Vidalia onions. Seasonal fruits and vegetables including peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, lettuce, peaches, mangos, papayas and pineapple are among the delectable offerings.
In addition to the Farmers Market, the merchants at Cape Harbour will open their doors to offer shoppers a host of treasures and treats. Guests are invited to browse the shops and enjoy breakfast, lunch, a cool gelato or cocktail while relaxing near the water. Cape Harbour features four restaurants; Rumrunners, The Joint, Pignoli on the Harbour & Run Agrounds Coffee Shop.
Cape Harbour is located at 5828 Cape Harbour Drive, Cape Coral.
For more information about the Cape Harbour Farmers Market, call 239-470-2746 or visit www.capeharbour.com.