Sanibel Island’s Farmers Market, a beloved community event, is proud to announce its 16th year of operation and its support for the Pink Out campaign in honor of breast cancer awareness. The market, held every Sunday in season, from 9 am to 1 pm at City Hall, has become a staple in the community, offering a wide variety of fresh produce, local goods, and a vibrant atmosphere.

On a recent Sunday, the Farmers Market welcomed the Pink Out crew, led by Mary Bondurant, to help promote breast cancer awareness. The presence of the Pink Out crew at the market served as a powerful reminder of the importance of early detection and the need for ongoing support for those affected by breast cancer.

“We are thrilled to celebrate our 16th year of the Sanibel Island Farmers Market and to support the Pink Out campaign for breast cancer awareness,” said Jean Baer, co-owner. “Our market has always been committed to serving the community, and we are honored to use our platform to raise awareness and support such a crucial cause. We encourage everyone to join us every Sunday at City Hall and help make a difference.”

The Sanibel Island Farmers Market has long been a hub of community engagement, offering residents and visitors the opportunity to connect with local farmers, artisans, and businesses. With its wide range of products, including fresh produce, handmade crafts, and delicious food, the market has become a cherished gathering place for all.

The Pink Out campaign at the Farmers Market is just one example of the market’s commitment to supporting the community. By partnering with local organizations and promoting important causes, the market continues to be a driving force in fostering unity and making a positive impact on Sanibel Island.

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