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Indoor Farmers Market returns to Downtown Orlando Sunday July 28th 10am-2pm at Celine, 22 S. Magnolia Ave.

A farmers market is essential to city life. Sweating through one is not. So The Daily City did a test run of a new event called Indoor Farmers Market on June 9th. Over 1,500 locals attended! So, it's coming back a second time Sunday July 28th EARLIER (10am-2pm) inside the 2-story venue Celine at 22 S. Magnolia Ave in downtown Orlando. 

Guests will shop for beef, pork, bread, in-season produce and more from 100% local growers, sip mimosas and coffee, eat lunches and desserts from local food makers, discover new culinary brands and products, and enjoy it all in crisp cool air conditioning!

PLEASE NOTE: No dogs or strollers please. The venue has narrow aisles. For the safety and comfort of guests, once the building reaches capacity inside, guests will wait outside and be let in in groups. We appreciate your understanding and patience. All ages. The elevator's dimensions are 56in x 41in. Downtown Parking Guide

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