Atlantic Highlands, NJ – The Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce that their very popular Farmers’ Market will return this summer! It will begin on June 5th and continue until October 9th on Fridays from Noon until 6:00PM.

All of the wonderful vendors from last year are returning to the market – voted 2nd best in Monmouth County. A mix of produce, fruits, plants and herbs will be available from Farmer Al, Beckage Farms and Martz Farms. To add to the variety of fresh produce is Pickle Licious, offering wonderful condiments. Holly Jolly Jams from Fairhaven will be giving free tastings of their outstanding jams and jellies in an amazing array of flavors…including Jalapeño! Smiling Earth Elixirs will have a great variety of tea as well as other interesting products.

 

From the Garden will be back with their local honey and honey products that are fast becoming an area favorite. Big Spoon, Little Spoon will bring their great natural soaps and other natural products, including an all natural bug repellent without Deet. Word has it that it works great. Breadsmith’s fresh bread and sweets will have people lining up as usual. Gourmet Nuts and Dried Fruits will be there, as will Paulo’s Kitchen who will offer “take home” dinners, including crab cakes and great eggplant rolletini.   Krakus Deli’s wonderful line of Polish foods will be available, including Kielbasa and Perogies. While you are at the Market, stop at Fair Mountain Coffee, an Atlantic Highland’s business that offers fresh roasted, organic, fair trade coffee. Enjoy their iced coffee while you shop. Ali from Mediterra is coming back and will be offering samples of his incredible olive oil and condiments. My Momma’s Kitchen is new this year…”Serving healthier food, gluten free, to feed the senses and satisfy the soul like Momma used to make because, Momma knows what’s good for you”. Other new vendors have expressed interest in joining our family including vegan purveyors and organic micro greens growers. The Chamber is very optimistic that the market will grow each week and become the “best” market in the area.


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The Market is held in Veteran’s Park, a wonderful place to meet your neighbors, chat and find out what is happening in the community. Visitors can sit and enjoy the sunshine and people watch. Shoppers can stroll down First Avenue to the great array of shops and restaurants or sit down at the Municipal Harbor and watch the boats sail by. The market is located “downtown” in the park opposite the Atlantic Highlands Borough Hall at 100 First Avenue. There is ample free parking in the municipal lot on Railroad Avenue.

The Farmers Market is presented by the Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce. For further information about the Chamber and their upcoming activities visit www.atlantichighlands.org, or call 732.872.8711. The Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce is a not for profit association dedicated to supporting and enhancing the economic vitality of Atlantic Highlands. The Chamber welcomes members and non-members alike to attend and network at all events.


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...