Attention fans of the West Palm Beach GreenMarket: Tomorrow is your last chance to buy locally grown produce, baked goods and other homemade items until October.
The market, held on Saturdays at the downtown waterfront, is finishing its 19th season. Hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and more than 100 vendors participate each week.
While the official West Palm Beach market takes a summer vacation, there are other options for those seeking fresh produce and gourmet goods.
Palm Beach Outlets announced it will host a green market on Saturdays in June . The market will be open from 10 to 4 in the outlet's parking lot on Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., just east of I-95.
And if you prefer to beat the heat, head to the Palm Beach Gardens Summer GreenMarket at STORE Self Storage on Sundays from 8 to 1 until September 28. Info: http://pbgfl.com/greenmarket
STORE is located at 10500 N. Military Trail - just north of PGA Blvd. - in Palm Beach Gardens.
For Treasure Coast residents looking for fresh produce, sauces, crafts and more, head to the Stuart Green Market each Sunday from 9 to 1 at the City Hall parking lot at 121 SW Flagler Ave. Info: http://stuartgreenmarket.org/
There's also the Fort Pierce Farmers' Market downtown every Saturday from 8 a.m. till noon. The address is 101 Melody Lane. Info: http://www.fortpiercefarmersmarket.com/
Know of another green market that's open this summer? Let us know in the comments below.