We’re expecting a brisk morning on Saturday, so come out and keep warm with our new heaters for this season while picking up local goods for your weekend and week.
Here’s what’s happening!
Winecoff School Rd. Market 9-12 on Saturday Morning
The Cafe at Better Loafing will have Keto cinnamon rolls, date nut fingers and apple pie along with their usual items.
Street Fare Farm will have Baby kale, arugula, radishes, eggs and microgreens.
Honeycutt Woodcraft will have a selection of handmade pieces. Be sure to order your Easter baskets while you’re there. Small basket is $30 and the large is $40.
Curt’s Kettle Corn will be popping Kettle, Butter, Caramel, Cheddar, Lucky Apple, and Dill Pickle flavors of their delicious popcorn.
At Honeysuckle Bee Farm, you will find Ceylon Cinnamon, bee pollen, honey and creamed honeys. Some of the best allergy fighters you will ever taste! Also, there is maple syrup, veggie soup base, and past sauce for your meal planning.
Lucky Fish Seafood lists NC Rainbow Trout, NC Wild Striped Bass, NC Shrimp, NC Porgy Snapper, NC Triggerfish, NC Spanish Mackerel, NC Black Sea Bass, RI Squid, MA Scallops, Gulf Yellowfin Tuna, Norway Steelhead Salmon for this weekend.
Sarah with SGH Landscape Photography is normally on hand with her wonderful photography prints for sale.
Queen City Greens will have fresh plants and loose-leaf teas!
Vendors who could be there: Stony Run Highlands Farm, Femme Artistique, Tranquility Farm, Nancy and her handmade pottery, Creekside Farms, Matias Produce, Kathryn’s Cottage, Nora B’s, Downing Farms, Karriker’s Produce, My Green House, Beau Parfum, Yow’s Farm, and more!
Remember, due to food safety regulations, pets are not permitted at the market.
We’ll see you at the market!