We will be opening April 24th, 2019 at a new location, 337 Oak Avenue!
We also have new hours, 12pm until 4pm!!!
More room for parking and more vendors!
This will begin our regular season market and we will be here each Wednesday from noon until 4pm!!!!
Customers and vendors alike always have a good time at our weekly Wednesday market. And you never know who will show up. Like “Miss Twiggy,” one of the stars from the movie Beverly Hills Chihuahua II. She was quite a hit with adults and kids alike – … Continue reading
Our spring and summer market opens Wednesday, April 18 and continues each Wednesday through October 31. On opening day we have some added attractions– in addition to our regular vendors (read about them on our “Meet Our Farmers” page here). Mark Langner of Sharptop Sharpening Service will do a knife… Continue reading
In an article at GlobalHealingCenter.com Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM set out 10 Reasons to Buy Your Fruits & Veggies at Your Local Farmer’s Market. Here they are: Buying Locally Cheaper Organic Fruits & Veggies Supporting Your Local Economy & Farmers Eat Seasonally Safer Foods Fresher Fruits… Continue reading
The Spruce Pine spring and summer farmer’s market opens Wednesday, April 18th with lots of vendors, toe tapping music, free coffee and special demonstrations. The weekly market is held in the park at the Visitor Center on Locust Street from 2:00 to 5:30. Vendors are offering pastured beef, pork and… Continue reading
So what kind of produce can you expect to find at the early spring farmer’s markets? There are a number of veggies that do well in early spring and some that even winter over for those growers who maintain cover on their garden beds during the worst weather. At the… Continue reading
The following article was supplied to the Mitchell News-Journal and appeared on April 4. As opening day for the Spruce Pine Farmer’s Market draws near, the new market board is pleased to announce that three of this year’s market vendors are recipients of WNC AgOptions Grants. The N.C. Tobacco Trust… Continue reading