More at the Market

What comes to mind when you think of “farmer’s markets?”
Ripe seasonal produce, colorful flowers, freshly baked bread, and music?

While local farmer’s markets can have a direct positive impact on your weekend morning, they also significantly connect our community and play an important role in supporting small businesses and the local economy.

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The Oceanside Park Farmers, Antiques, and Artisan Market opened in January 2020 to much fanfare before it’s closing just 9-weeks later due to the global pandemic. Since its reopening in November 2020, the market has gained popularity amongst locals and visitors for the eclectic array of traditional market fare and rotation of engaging More at the Market activities, ranging from morning yoga to art and cooking classes, holiday happenings, live music, and more.

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“Farmer’s markets are abundant sources of food, connection, and resilience in our communities across the country, but they don’t just happen on their own,” said Ben Feldman, Farmers Market Coalition Executive Director. “Behind the scenes of every successful farmer’s market is a dedicated team working to make it thrive.”

View details on the National Farmer’s Week Celebration on August 6, and learn more about ways you or your business can support the Saturday Market at Las Olas Oceanside Park.

National Dog Day

Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and favorite movie date to the second installment of Movies by Moonlight on Fri. August 26, at Las Olas Oceanside Park for the “Dog Days of Summer” showing of the pseudo-docu-comedy, Best in Show.

Festivities begin at 5 pm with a people and pet marketplace, open play Hydration + Play Station sponsored by PetWell Clinic, and SUPPUP Selfie Station, sponsored by Blue Moon Outdoor Adventures. As at each event, YumPup! will serve complimentary Doggie Dinners, and children under 12 will be treated to complimentary popcorn bags from the evening’s sponsor, New York Life.

Coinciding with National Dog Day, fashion boutique The Pretty Nomad will host a back-to-school fashion show while W Fort Lauderdale gives our four-legged friends a proper celebration by hosting a Dög Pawrignon Champagne Bar.

Free to the public, each month, 50 guests will be given the opportunity to purchase a $10 “Golden Ticket.” August’s lucky winner will receive a Yappy Hour VIP Bottle Service credit of $100 towards bites and sips at W Fort Lauderdale’s new fur-friendly event, which takes place on the first Friday on the hotel’s Living Room terrace.

At each event, Yum Pup is offering guests the opportunity to win a box of four 1lb bags of dog food of various flavors when they share a photo from the event on Instagram and tag #theloopflb and @yumpup.

Presented by the City of Fort Lauderdale’s Beach BID, the event is sponsored by PetWell Clinic Pembroke Pines/Fort Lauderdale, Blue Moon Adventures, New York Life, Yum Pup, and WE Florida Financial Credit Union.

To view information on places to dine, stay and play to extend your weekend, visit View the event page for complete details on Movies by Moonlight and to register and purchase Golden Tickets in advance.