Following Governor Ron DeSantis’s recommendation to local municipalities to strongly consider limiting or postponing mass gatherings in the State of Florida, Mayor Keith A. James and the City of West Palm Beach have ordered the cancellation of the following city events through April 19, 2020: Clematis by Night, Screen on the Green, GreenMarket, and Sunday on the Waterfront.
The deadline for GreenMarket vendor applications for the 2020-21 season has been extended to midnight, on Thursday April 30, 2020.
Due to the National State of Emergency, the City of West Palm Beach is suspending its 2019 – 2020 GreenMarket season. The expected end date for the popular Saturday market was April 18, however, the City is closing the season early due to the COVID-19 crisis. "Lettuce” not go nuts until we “meat” again! Stay safe, stay home and stay tuned for updates on the GreenMarket’s return.
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!
For general questions, contact Community Events at 561-822-1515, or email Mario Arguelles at MArguelles@wpb.org. To entertain at the West Palm Beach GreenMarket, contact Laura Reines at email@example.com. Please include band bio, music samples and live performance videos. To inquire about becoming a GreenMarket sponsor contact Cinde Martin at 561-676-1842, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.