The Wildwood Business Improvement District (WBID) has planned a Grand Finale to celebrate the successful first season of the Downtown Wildwood Farmers Market with a “Happy” Song and Dance Event this Saturday, August 30th! In addition to FREE Parking, FREE DOO WW Magnets and Tote Bags, there will be a FREE Live Performance by Alicia Cacci Caprioni and Bill Caterini of “HAPPY” at 10 o’clock! Bill and Alicia have most recently collaborated on the album (Don’t Be A) Bully – Tolerant Songs For Young Folks, which will be released on September 9th. Bring all your friends and family and join the Downtown Wildwood Famers Market organizers and vendors in a market wide Happy Dance!
The Downtown Wildwood Farmers Market has brought crowds to Downtown Wildwood from 8:30 until 1, every Saturday this summer. Held on the corner of Pacific and Schellenger, visitors have been entertained by a balloon artist, stilt walker and 98.7 The Coast playing their music live while shoppers met the vendors and filled their tote bags with the great assortment of quality, fresh products!
The Downtown Wildwood Farmers Market Vendors and Entertainers will all be back for one last week on Saturday, August 30th! Grand Finale vendors include Busy Bees Honey, Crab Cake Hotline, Nummytown Farm, City2Shore Gourmet, Philly Bill’s Dills, SereniTEA, Gaiss’ Market, Fruitwood Farms, Balic Winery, Harry & Bean Coffee, S&S Kitchens, JM Ferrucci Farm, Rick’s Seafood, Duffinetti’s Restaurant, Whirly Pig Food Truck, Windy Acres Nursery, Anita’s Guacamole, Visalli Farms and Nuts World Wide! While you are there, be sure to stop by the Information Booth to purchase your DOO WW Tee Shirt and pick up coupons and menus for Downtown Wildwood Businesses!
Walk, ride your bike or drive your car! There is something for everyone and plenty of FREE parking available in the municipal parking lot located between Schellenger and Oak Avenues, directly behind the Downtown Wildwood Farmers Market.
The Wildwood Business Improvement District (WBID) and the City of Wildwood are sponsoring the Downtown Wildwood Farmers Market with the support of the Greater Wildwood Tourism Improvement & Development Authority (GWTIDA).