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Bakersville Main Street Farmer' s Market




Main Street Market will re-open April 27, 2013 and continue through the end of October.


Remember the days when the small community market stores in Mitchell County were thriving and a farmer could drive into town, drop his tailgate and sell his produce?

In keeping with the traditions of that era that fostered a close-knit, caring, and cooperative mountain culture, the Main Street Farmer's Market offers variety of local produce & products. Its location, which once housed a tomato-packing facility and later a recycling center, is rooted in service to the community.

The Main Street Market offers a diverse, multi-generational blend of old timers and newcomers, and features a variety of fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables produced through both conventional and organic practices, and often including heirloom varieties.

Visitors can purchase goat cheeses, a variety of vegetable produce, berries, pears, cherries, apples, & cider (in season), jams, jellies, and pickles, fresh baked goods, free-range eggs, honey, local crafts, fresh and dried herbs, body scrubs & soaps, plant starts, flowers, crafts, and more.

New items for 2013: jewelry (paper & metal), crocheted crafts, pottery, nursery plants, herbal plants, sewn items.

The market welcomes all vendors who wish to sell locally homegrown and handmade products that meet state & local health regulations. There is no fee to sell, just come and set up.


On Crimson Laurel Way [US Hwy 226], between Maple Street and Hemlock Drive, across from the Creek Walk.


Saturdays, 8am - 12pm; May 12 through Oct 31


Neil Pylant | 704-819-0729 | npandck@aol.com

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