Weekly Farmers’ Market coming to Brick

     (Rhett Maxwell via Flickr)

    (Rhett Maxwell via Flickr)

    Brick will experience its inaugural farmers’ market beginning later this month. 

    Situated at Windward Beach Park along the Metedeconk River, the market will showcase farm-fresh produce and a variety of prepared foods — such as pickled products, baked breads, relishes, pastries, and more — as well as fresh flowers and plants, according to a release from the township. 

    “We are excited to bring a farmers’ market to Brick,” said Mayor John Ducey. “This market will encourage the community to eat fresh and buy local.”

    Funded through a federal grant, the market will be open between 9:00 a.m. and noon every Saturday beginning April 25 through Sept. 12 (except July 4) weather permitting. 

    Any vendors interested in participating are asked to call (908) 489-0559. 

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