Coconut Creek Hometown Market Taking Place Dec. 3
Ken’s Jammin’ Jelly will be at the Coconut Creek Hometown Market this weekend.

By Bryan Boggiano

The Coconut Creek Hometown Market is kicking off the holiday season with a vast collection of goods from local vendors. 

The first December hometown market will take place on Sat., Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Township Plaza, located at 4400 W. Sample Road

The biweekly event takes place on the first and third Saturdays of each month. The next market will take place on Dec. 17. 

As of press time, Thursday, 45 vendors signed up to attend the farmers market.

Incontro Italian Cuisine Steakhouse
My Creative Fountains Ceramics
My Skin Pride, LLC Soap
Art by Enzo Crafts
Baguette Plus Breads
A Slice of Europe Cheeses
Crafted House Butters & Jams
Soda Steve Soda Seller
Organovita USA Juice
DiPrana Crafts/Candles/Incense/Crystals 
Serious CBD, LLC   CBD
Halenar Southwest Crafts
Enchanted Bella Boutique Crafts
Our Wolf Den Soup Soup
Don Mofongo Food Truck Spanish Food Truck
Buddha’s Attic Clothing
Frost Daiquiri and Company Inc Frozen Drinks
Anllely Creations Crafts
Pet Wants Coral Springs Pet Supplies/Treats
Sunny Vale Farms Plants
AllFromAlina Crafts
Cool Beans Espresso Coffee
Smack Attack Honey
Tali Style Inc. Personalized Items
Betty the Baker Breads
G Charms Wine charms
Maaad Harvest Juice Vendor
This Chick is Raw Kimchi, Saurekraut
Popcorn Possibilities Popcorn
Origami Owl / Think Goodness Crafts
Killer Coffee Company Coffee – Beans
Denise Wallace Art Crafts
Evris Ice Dream Ice Cream
Women’s Club
44 Produce Produce
Shane Lemar Sausages, BBQ, Seafood Boil
Coconut Creek Police Department Police
La Vida Vanilla Extracts Vanilla Extract
Nikki’s Marinade Dressings/Marinades
Peppermint Katydid Soaps
Trendy Creations by DG Mugs/Glasses
Ms. Vee’s Cookie Co Vegan cookies
ArtisanGlassWorx Mosaic crafts
Solia Art Creations Colombian accessories
Ken’s Jammin Jelly Mango salsa
Backayaad Cooking & More BBQ

According to Leonardo Moleiro, special events planner, the list could still grow. The complete list of vendors and services provided is below.

Wayne Tobey, parks and recreation director, stated the hometown market began with roughly 20 vendors when the event started in 2017.

Presently, he stated the number has grown to over 50. 

According to Tobey, the goals of the hometown market are to offer community members an opportunity to purchase locally-made produce and goods; provide local businesses, artisans, and farmers the opportunity to sell their products. and create an event that attracts residents of all ages. 

To become a vendor, email or call 954-545-6682.

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Bryan Boggiano
A University of Florida journalism graduate, Bryan plans to pursue geosciences at Florida International University for his master's. He has a strong interest in weather, entertainment, and journalism.