Every Saturday in September, the Lake Nona Farmers’ Market opens in the town center green space, starting at 11 am. The event is free and offers a fun afternoon with the family while shopping at the local vendors who make up a variety of handicrafts, various foods, organic products and good live music, according to the Orlando Government Events page.
The event has a variety of foods such as pizza, pancakes, hamburgers, pastries, fresh lemonade, popcorn, among others. In addition to offering a vast menu of fruits (peaches, melons, watermelons, strawberries, oranges), fresh vegetables and vegetables that enable good health for the whole family.
During the Lake Nona Farms Market there are live performances, snacks, products of all kinds, such as earrings, bracelets, necklaces in crafts and personalized for you. The song is by Benjamin Neil, who recently released his new single “SALTWATER”.
At the fair there are pet products from Pet Wants, the flower stand from J L Specialty Flowers, in addition to the incredible and diverse sauces from The Original Sauce Man and Tres Amigos Salsa, which sell totally natural sauces made with fresh, local ingredients; the Sally Tomatoes restaurant (temporarily replacing the Farmer Benny); Sweet and Salty by Romina, with vegetarian options, gluten-free and totally organic. The event is free.