Bayville Farmers Market to Expand into South Seaside Park This Summer

///
Asian farmer's market selling fresh green salat vegetables

Popular Bayville Farmers Market Back for a Fifth year In addition to a new South Seaside Park location

BERKELEY TOWNSHIP- Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr., is excited to announce a new Farmer’s Market location in South Seaside Park in addition to the popular Bayville Farmers Market.

“We are pleased to offer residents and visitors two locations to purchase locally-grown fruits and vegetables, as well as other produce and goods,” Mayor Amato said.

With the successful Bayville Farmer’s Market now entering its fifth year, Mayor Amato sought to expand the market into other areas of Berkeley Township, including the South Seaside Park section of town.

Did you see it?
New Jersey COVID-19 Corps to knock on doors of the unvaccinated at the Shore this week

“The new market location is at 2401 Central Avenue and is located just before the entrance to Island Beach State Park. We anticipate a lot of homeowners and vacationers to begin shopping for their fresh food at this site,” Mayor Amato stated.

Councilman Angelo Guadagno, Chair of the Recreation Committee, was instrumental in bringing the new market to the beachside location. “Our market season will run every Monday and Friday from May 17th through October 1st at the South Seaside Park location, with market hours from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm,” Guadagno said.

The popular Bayville location at the Recreation Center at 630 Atlantic City Blvd. (Route 9) remains open on Tuesdays from 10 am -5 pm from May 28th to October 1st.

Did you see it?
Two confirmed stabbed at Howell house party

“Our Bayville Farmers Market has grown bigger each year. We are extremely pleased and thankful for the support by our community. We are always looking to expand to other locations in the Township,” Mayor Amato said.

Interested in Being a Vendor?
Due to the limited capacity at the South Seaside Park location, food trucks will not be permitted, but are accepted at the Bayville location. For full details and registration forms, visit the website at www.BTREC.org and look for the Farmer’s Market tab.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Councilman Angelo Guadagno at aguadagno@twp.berkeley.nj.us (732) 237-4885 or Felicia Fraulo at the Recreation Center at ffraulo@twp.berkeley.nj.us (732) 269-4456 Ext. 3101.

Did you see it?
Major interstate auto trafficking operation operators arrested in New Jersey

Attributions in this article: Map data ©2019 Google, Photo © BigStock Photos. Hand out photos courtesy of reporting agency. Press releases are the intellectual property of the issuing agency or corporation. Please report any photo, copyright or intellectual property violations to news@shorewsnetwork.com.