It is time to enjoy FOOD, MUSIC, SHOPPING & MORE at The Gardens GreenMarket. The Gardens GreenMarket is open each Sunday from 8 a.m. -1 p.m. at the City Hall Municipal Campus, 10500 N. Military Trail.
Celebrate “Sundays & You” with over 100 vendors while shopping for fresh produce, dairy, honey, pastries, prepared foods, flowers, cheeses, spices, handmade crafts & MORE. Seating will be provided for shoppers to grab a bite, sit, relax, and enjoy live entertainment.
This event is rain or shine; please leave your pets at home.
GreenMarket Live Music
Bakery Vendor Spotlight- Let's celebrate all the vendors that make our market SWEET!
PBG Fire Rescue Community Risk Division will be on site with their fire education trailer. Stop by the PBG Medical Center tent for a FREE blood pressure screening and visit the Els for Autism’s Sea of Possibilities tent for some unique finds.
Make Your Own Charcuterie Board with The Cheese Shoppe! At 10:00am, visit spaces 50 & 51 to learn how to build the perfect cheese plate for any occasion.
Sundays are for art! The participants of the Teen Art Exhibit will be on site showcasing their beautiful pieces, inspired by literary works, in the Market Demo area (to the left of the stage).
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
Entering its 21st season, The Gardens GreenMarket has become a true Palm Beach County tradition by continuing to operate as a market that contributes to the success of local foods, growers, producers, small businesses and artisans. This market also supports the cultural arts by promoting local artistic talent and providing live entertainment to enhance a festive atmosphere for both vendors and shoppers.
By providing opportunities for farmers, agriculture related products, artisans and others to showcase their products, this market enables producers to sell directly to their customers and reap the rewards for their hard work and long hours. Expanding the economic strength/viability of local growers and small businesses positively impacts the health and wellness of our patrons. We will continue to strive to attract current, past, and new market attendees through monthly “highlights”, special attractions, and the inclusion again of art/culture related exhibits.
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 sponsor for generously supporting The Gardens GreenMarket!