Hastings Farmers Market

December 1, 2019

December 29, 2019

8:00 am To 2:00 pm

The Artsplash Centre, Highway 7, Hastings, Bridgetown, Barbados

Event Description

This is an arts and food market packed with local vendors.

Home Made!  Home Grown!  Home Created!

Veg, fruit, cakes and coffee, paintings and pottery, sausages, music and books, milk and eggs, pizzas and pastries.

There’s a bar and grill whose specialty is pulled pork!

Bring the children and let them have fun in Arty’s Play Park.

Open Every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday from 8 am – 2pm

228-0776.

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Loose clothing, comfortable hiking boots/sports shoes, sunscreen, hat. Bring your camera and a bottle of water. Refreshments are on sale after the Hikes.

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