Fun on a Sunday

With football season over and baseball still in the spring training phase, it can be difficult to find things to occupy your time on a Sunday afternoon. For those who enjoy food, crafts, or walking around a gorgeous lake there’s a place for you.

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Fresh produce at The Orlando Farmers Market. (Photo by Marshal Brown)

It’s located in downtown Orlando. It’s free, family friendly, and a myriad of people from all walks of life gather here. There are vendors of all sorts. A wide array of delectable creations which in most cases are handcrafted by artisans who are willing to share the motivations and often the processes behind them are here. Everything from handcrafted clocks, to one of a kind cheeses line the streets. Children play in a beautifully maintained park. Dog lovers socialize the furry members of their family on a leisurely walk through the tree lined streets.

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Two men enjoying a Sunday Afternoon at The Orlando Farmers Market. (Photo by Marshal Brown)

By now you might be wondering where and what this amalgam of everything great about Orlando is. It is known simply as the Orlando Farmers Market. The Farmer’s Market is going on its thirtieth year. With people paying more attention to where their food comes from, the market is the perfect place to get natural, healthy options. Learn more at their website or leave your schedule open on Sunday from 10am to 4pm and come out and enjoy some live music, good food, and the beauty that is The Orlando Farmers Market.

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Groups walk around beautiful Lake Eola during The Orlando Farmers Market. (Photo by Marshal Brown)

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