The Gardens GreenMarket is suspended until further notice. The City of Palm Beach Gardens is monitoring the status of COVID-19 in our area and will make updates to our efforts on a daily basis. With the announcement from the governor’s office urging local governments to eliminate events requiring large gatherings, this decision was made to exercise caution and for the safety of those who are most vulnerable in our community. We are currently looking into alternative avenues to connect our vendors with their patrons. We thank you for your understanding and patience.
GreenMarket Entertainment Schedule
Regi & Kimi
Jim Adle Jazz QuartetCANCELLED
Refresh Your Health Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center’s booth offers FREE blood pressure screenings every Sunday at the GreenMarket.
Young Entrepreneurs at the GreenMarket The Conservatory School of North Palm Beach is taking part in a project-based learning course where students will learn a new craft, study inner workings of a business, and discover the role small businesses play in the community. The proceeds will beneﬁt local non-proﬁt organizations that support children in hospitals.
Macrame and Painting DemoCANCELLED
Tracy Baynham of String You Along will exhibit one of her large-scale, hand-crafted macrame backdrops. Tracy specializes in unique specialty pieces such as backdrops for weddings, as well as items and decor for everyday occasions.
Keri Baynham, local artist of Gypsea Tings and sister to Tracy, will be painting on-site using her “scribble-shading” style. Keri pulls her inspiration from the ocean, animals, and pop culture. She uses unique techniques to create grey-scale images.
Mounts Botanical Garden’s DIY Seed BombCANCELLED
Mounts Botanical Garden will be teaching the many ways to make a seed bomb using only paper, water and a variety of seeds. Participants will be able to make their own seed bomb to take home. Plant it and watch it grow!
Grow Your Own MicrogreensCANCELLED Inna Ruiz of Zesty Fox Farm will provide a demonstration on how to plant your own microgreens. Trays and seeds will be provided for participants to take home.
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."