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West Palm Beach Kicks Off 125th Anniversary

Opening Celebration Also Marks 25th Year of the GreenMarket.

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Season's Worth of Events Planned to Commemorate City's 125th Anniversary

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West Palm Beach GreenMarket
Lagoon Fest 2019 will take place adjacent to the WPB GreenMarket.  Click the image above for more information on Lagoon Fest and plan to visit both events on Saturday, November 2nd!

It’s Thyme to celebrate! The West Palm Beach GreenMarket, the premier Saturday spot to gather fresh food and local goods, kicked off the 25th season on Saturday, October 5, 2019. One of the largest markets in the region, the GreenMarket features a variety of products, including fresh produce, exotic plants and flowers, herbs and spices, baked goods, gourmet and specialty foods, coffee and teas, and much more. The GreenMarket also features live music, unlimited mimosas for $10, free activities for kids, plus plentiful green space and seating for a morning of fun and relaxation. This Saturday morning ritual in downtown West Palm Beach is the place to see and be seen every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. October through April! The GreenMarket is dog-friendly and always FREE.

Due to Phase II of the Clematis Streetscape project, GreenMarket vendors will be temporarily located along Flagler Drive for part of the season. It is expected that the GreenMarket will return to its popular regular location in December, once road work is finished. The project, which is widening sidewalks and adding more shade trees along Clematis Street will block vehicular traffic from Clematis Street.  Please park in one of the City's garages or ride the free Trolley to visit the GreenMarket during Clematis Streetscape.

Click on the image below to learn more about what the 25th Season of the WPB GreenMarket has to offer:

The 2019-20 GreenMarket vendors have already been announced and you can meet them here.

The City of West Palm Beach’s GreenMarket and its 90+ vendors have pledged to eliminate plastic straws, coffee stirrers and Styrofoam cups and containers from the market. The initiative, which is a collaboration between the Parks and Recreation Department and the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, is making a measurable mark on the City’s efforts to enhance the viability of West Palm Beach as a modern model of healthy, environmentally progressive, ecologically sustainable and resilient urban living.  The City also encourages vendors to eliminate single-use plastic bags and is suggesting patrons arrive by the City’s popular and free trolleys. Though we sometimes feel small when working as individuals, our collective efforts make a huge impact!