Here is what is fresh at the markets this Labor Day Weekend

This weekend we wave goodbye to August and say “Hello” to the unofficial end of Summer with Labor Day. Here is what is happening at the markets this week!

These are just a few of the vendors that will be on hand, but make sure you visit the wide variety of local sellers on hand at each market.

Yes, the Harrisburg Market will be open on Labor Day Monday. Our Saturday morning and Tuesday Rotary Square Market is now closed for the season.

Please note: Due to Food Sanitation Regulations, dogs are not permitted at any of our markets. Thank you for your understanding.

Winecoff School Rd. Market 8-12 on Saturday Morning

Miller and Sons Produce will have different varieties of apples for the first time this season, along with butternut and acorn squash, corn, peaches, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, zucchini, eggplant, peppers, okra, shelled peas, butterbeans, and green beans You can find them at the Winecoff Market on Saturday morning, at the Harrisburg Market on Monday, and then again at Rotary Square on Tuesday.

Farmhouse Store Bouquets and More will have half-runner green beans while featuring farm-style local grown bouquets and Rada Cutlery.

Tranquility Farm will have fresh muscadines!

Your local beekeepers at Honeysuckle Hill offers raw, unfiltered honey and creamed kinds of honey. You’ll also find varietals at a honey bar, bee pollen, and Ceylon cinnamon.

The Vietnam Veterans of Cabarrus County will be back with their assortment of Military and Non-Military hats.

Shell-Bell Farm will cherry tomatoes, pepper varieties include jalapenos, Habaneros sweet banana, poblano and lunch box. Shelly will also have eggplant, cucumbers, farmer’s choice bundles and hand-picked zinnia bouquets. Shelly anticipates this being her last Saturday for a few weeks while her fall veggies ripen. She anticipates returning sometime in September.

Stony Run Highlands Farm will have ground beef, steak, beef patties, roasts, beef stew, and sample packs available.

Bonnie’s Wreaths and Crafts features beautiful seasonal wreaths, Panther wreaths, cemetery flowers, hand painted glassware, handcrafted earrings w/ sterling silver wires, scarves made from recycled sweaters, handcrafted necklace sets with Swarovski crystals and crocheted wire necklaces.

Lucky Fish Seafood lists “NC Fresh and Smoked Rainbow Trout, NC Lump Crabmeat, NC Wild Shrimp and NC Black Sea Bass make great local choices and FL Tilefish, FL Rock Shrimp, MD Flounder Fillet, Alaskan Wild Sockeye Salmon, Gulf Mahi Mahi, Gulf Swordfish, Norway Steelhead Salmon and MA Scallops add some variety to the mix. Please come on out and enjoy the changing weather, great local produce, wonderful artisan products, and, of course, delicious seafood at your favorite market. ” in their newsletter, which you can read in its entirety here. They list their prices there.

Some others who could be there: Femme Artistique, Nancy and her handmade pottery, Street Fare Farm,  Creekside Farms, Matias Produce, Yow’s Farm, and more!

Harrisburg Market, Monday from 3-6

With Apple season here, Curt’s Kettle Corn will have Caramel Apple, Cinnamon Apple, and plus Sassy Apple. They will also have their classics: Kettle, Butter, Caramel, Cheddar, and Pumpkin Spice.

As mentioned above, Miller & Sons Produce will be on hand and you can likely find Naturrific, T&D Farms, Honeysuckle Bee Farm, and more.

On Saturday, the Winecoff Market will be open from 8-12. The Harrisburg Market is open on Monday from 3-6.

We’ll see you at the markets!

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