The chill of fall is certainly in the air this week, and after a rainy Friday, we have a beautiful weekend in store.
Before we get to what is fresh this weekend, we have three things to tell you about.
The first two: In November, we are going to have our first ever Pop-Up Market during normal farmers market hours. Don’t worry. Our regular vendors will still be there. In addition, we will have other local vendors on hand to help get you jump started on your holiday shopping! For more information, click here.
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.
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 9-12 on Saturday Morning
This will be Miller & Sons last for sure scheduled appearance for the season. They will not be here next week but may return in two weeks. For this weekend, they will have the last of the tomatoes and summer squash for the season, as well as kale, collards, lettuce, apples, winter squash, potatoes, sweet taters, and peanut butter.
Farmhouse Store Bouquets and More features farm-style local grown bouquets and Rada Cutlery.
Honeysuckle Hill Bee Farm will have a full line of honey varietals and flavored cream honey; great for hostess gifts and family gatherings.
Kurt’s Kettle Corn will be popping Kettle, Butter, Cheddar, Caramel, Spicy Buffalo, and Dill Pickle flavors of their delicious popcorn.
Stony Run Highlands Farm will have ground beef, beef patties, brisket, tenderloin, ribeye, NY strip, assorted roasts, and beef chunks. They will be sampling beef chunks as well (Trust me. Don’t miss this!).
Street Fare Farm will have butternut squash, eggs, and microgreens.
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 will have NC Fresh and Smoked Rainbow Trout, NC Lump Crabmeat, NC Wild Shrimp, NC Amberjack, NC B Liner Snapper, make great local choices and Gulf Swordfish, Gulf Tuna, Norway Steelhead Salmon and MA Scallops add some variety to the mix.
Some others who could be there: Femme Artistique, Tranquility Farm, Nancy and her handmade pottery, SGH Landscape Photography, Creekside Farms, Matias Produce, Kathryn’s Cottage, Nora B’s, Downing Farms, LadyBug Flowers, Karriker’s Produce, My Green House, Beau Parfum, Yow’s Farm, and more!
We’ll see you at the market!
Oh, wait. Remember we said that we had three things to tell you about? Here’s the third:
We’ve been hearing some jingling from the North Pole informing us that Santa is going to make a special appearance at the market in December!