Among all the other things that make the Jersey Shore a great place to live, we have to add in the amazing farmer's markets we are lucky to have in the area.

And one of the most popular farmers' markets around is the great Brick Farmers' Market at Windward Beach Park on Princeton Ave. And they are gearing up for a great season.
Let’s give you some details about the 2021 Brick Farmer’s Market. How exciting is this!

The 2021 Brick Farmer's Market features dozens and dozens of amazing vendors! You can find everything from amazing food to dog treats to butter to fresh mozzarella and gourmet coffee.

If you want to check out a full list of the vendors, all you have to do is visit the Brick Farmers' Market website.

So, when does the whole thing start. When can we enjoy this amazing good weather tradition? It all kicks off in the blink of an eye. Opening day is Saturday, May 1st. Let the Farmers' Marketing begin!

Of course, it all takes place at the beautiful Windward Beach Park on Princeton Ave in Brick, and frankly, there couldn't be a more amazing and beautiful place for it to happen!

What a great opportunity to meet and buy from some of your favorite local farmers, artisans, crafters and producers. And here are just a few more things to remember...

The Brick Farmers' Market happens rain or shine

There are no pets allowed

Windward Beach Park is located at 265 Princeton Ave. in Brick

Get more info at (732) 262-1075.

There might be no better way to support local business than to spend some time this summer at the Brick Farmers' Market! And it's coming very, very soon!
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