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New Market Comes to Midtown in St. Petersburg

Posted By LocalShops1, Thursday, April 3, 2014

A new outdoor weekly farmers market comes to Midtown every Sunday from 1  to 6 pm on 22nd Street South and Ninth Avenue South. The market, organized by Deuces Live, will feature entertainment and a unique array of vendors offering home baked goods, fresh produce, fruit, flowers, plants, seafood and meats, arts and fine crafts, food trucks and more.

“I hope you’ll join me in welcoming the new ‘Sunday Market on the Deuces.’ We’re starting a wonderful new weekly tradition in Midtown,” said St. Petersburg  Mayor Rick Kriseman.

Designated as a Florida Main Street Community in 2001, Deuces Live is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization focused on revitalizing the historic commercial district along 22nd Street South by leveraging local assets—from cultural or architectural heritage to local enterprises and community pride.

As this historic commercial district revitalizes, the Deuces is committed to ensuring that local, community based entrepreneurs have an opportunity to take advantage of the influx of both economic and human capital and fulfill their goal of economic stability.

 “Sunday Market on the Deuces” will focus on locally owned and operated businesses that highlight  the best of local foods, crafts, music, heritage and culture. Vendor booths are available at $60 for four weeks (one month). Vendors are required to register and provide their own tent. For information contact: Veatrice Farrell, Deuces Live Main Street Program, or 727.433.8237.

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