Weekly Vendor Lists

Wellness Day at the Market
5/20

 
It's Wellness Day at Hendersonville Farmers Market! Come out for the usual spread of goods from our regular vendors, plus added educational and interactive activities based around promoting self care and healthy routines.
 
Wellness Day activities to check out:
- Pardee Dietician Bree Neison's healthy salads cooking demo from 10-11am
- Pathway to Your Health's Susan Connor will be providing physical wellness tips
- Kid Yoga (free, ages 3-10) in the Kid's Corner for 20-min sessions at 10am and 10:30am by Yoga and Massage
- Yoga and Massage free massage booth
- Kids Crafts and recreational education from Henderson County Parks and Rec
- Safety is wellness, too! Learn about gun safety with nonprofit Be Smart for Kids

See the full vendor lineup below. 

Live Music: Fiddlin' Ryn & Friends

Kid's Corner: Kid Yoga (free, ages 3-10) for 20-min sessions at 10am and 10:30am by Yoga and Massage. Mats provided.

Chef Demo on the Plaza: Healthy Salads from Dietician Bree Neison of Pardee UNC Healthcare, 10am-11am

Farmers & Growers (produce, eggs, meat, honey): Appalatin FarmsteadBarry FarmsBee-utiful Farm and GardenBright Branch FarmBroom's BloomsColfax Creek Farm, Crow Holler Produce, Fair Hollow Garden, Fruitland FarmsteadThe Garden of GriffinGrateful Bed FarmGreen Buffalo, Hillside Farm, Honeybee Bliss, Mickey Lively Plants, Popp's Posies at The Popp ShoppeSimply Caught Seafood, Sylvia’s Succulents, Cacti and Plants, Tiny Bridge Farm, Violet Aurora Farm

Prepared Food/Drink Vendors (baked goods, fermented foods, value added products): Boom Boom Kettle CornChef Squared Co., DARE Vegan CheeseDeena's Bakery, Echo Mountain Inn Cold Pressed Juice, Guidon Brewing CoHomemade Pasta NoodlesRaspberry FieldsShareWell Coffee Co. & Roastery, Serotonin FermentsSpinning Spider CreameryUnderground Baking Co.

Arts & Crafts (nonfood/nonplant): Happy Toad Pottery, James Horwitz Woodworking, Mountain Barkery, Sister Soaps and Brother Bars, Yoga and Massage

Food Truck: Daddy D's on Wheels

Hendersonville Farmers Market takes place every Saturday (May 8-Oct 30) at the Historic Train Depot on 650 Maple Street, 8am-1pm.

5/13

More than 35 vendors will be at market on May 15 selling seasonal produce, plenty of plant starts, baked goods, crafts, and everything in between! See the full vendor lineup below. 

Live Music: Apple Country String Band and Fiddlin' Ryn & Friends

Kid's Corner: Edwin the Bubble Guy, 10am-11:30am 

Chef Demo on the Plaza: Mushroom Florentine Gnocchi with Grilled Chicken from Tom Makowski of Echo Mountain Inn, 10am-11am

Farmers & Growers (produce, eggs, meat, honey): Barry Farms, Bee-utiful Farm and Garden, Bright Branch Farm, Broom's Blooms, Colfax Creek Farm, Crow Holler Produce, Fair Hollow Garden, The Garden of Griffin, Grateful Bed Farm, Green Buffalo, Hillside Farm, Hominy Creek Farms, Honeybee Bliss, Laurel Creek Plant Farm, Mickey Lively Plants, Popp's Posies at The Popp Shoppe, Simply Caught Seafood, Sylvia’s Succulents, Cacti and Plants, Violet Aurora Farm

Prepared Food/Drink Vendors (baked goods, fermented foods, value added products): Boom Boom Kettle Corn, Chef Squared Co., Deena's Bakery, Echo Mountain Inn Cold Pressed Juice, Homemade Pasta Noodles, Mimi's Mountain Mixes, Raspberry Fields, ShareWell Coffee Co. & Roastery, Spinning Spider CreameryUnderground Baking Co.

Arts & Crafts (nonfood/nonplant): Butterfly Flight, Handwoven Baskets by Michael Blake, Mountain Barkery, Plated Bliss, Pops Projects, Sister Soaps and Brother Bars, Whimsical Whatnots

Food Truck: Daddy D's on Wheels

Hendersonville Farmers Market takes place every Saturday (May 8-Oct 30) at the Historic Train Depot on 650 Maple Street, 8am-1pm.

4/22

Hendersonville residents and visitors will want to circle May 8 on their calendars as Hendersonville Farmers Market’s opening date at the Historic Train Depot in the Seventh Avenue District. Approximately 45 vendors are prepared to sell local food products including eggs, herbs, produce, plants, baked goods, coffee, meat, honey and more. In honor of Mother’s Day weekend, vendors will also have special offerings with mom in mind, such as fresh cut flowers, eco-friendly bath and body products, unique greeting cards, jewelry and handwoven baskets.  

 

Hendersonville Farmers Market is not only a great place to purchase local produce and goods, but also a place to enjoy the day with family and friends! In addition to dozens of local producers and entrepreneurs, the lively atmosphere of Opening Day will be enhanced with music performances from Myron Hyman and Fiddlin’ Ryn & Friends as well as the addition of a Kids’ Corner, where the Arts Council of Henderson County will lead a special Mother’s Day activity. Fresh, tasty meals will be available from Olive Catering Co. and Feta Flav food trucks.  

 

Hendersonville Farmers Market will take place each Saturday, 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., at the Historic Train Depot on Maple Street from May 8 through October 30, with two holiday markets slated for November 20 and December 4. Well-behaved dogs are welcome. On and off-street parking can be found surrounding the market in almost all directions. 

 

Masks/face coverings are required by all who enter the market, in conjunction with state mandates, until further notice.  

 

There’s no better way to strengthen your local community than to shop and eat locally! By visiting Hendersonville Farmers Market, you support our local farmers as well as businesses and community members. Also, you support yourself by providing healthy and fresh food for you and your family. 

 

How to Shop: 

Most all vendors accept cash, and some have their own card readers for debit/credit. For customers who don’t have cash, tokens can be purchased to shop with vendors who don’t have a card reader. Shoppers can purchase tokens using a debit/credit card at the market information booths located near either end of the market. All vendors accept tokens. 

 

Double Your SNAP/EBT Dollars: 

Hendersonville Farmers Market is a SNAP/EBT retailer and will match dollar-for-dollar any SNAP/EBT spending at the market using the Double Dollars program, led by the Henderson County Partnership for Health's Committee for Activity and Nutrition and funded by Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project. SNAP/EBT shoppers can swipe their EBT card at the information booth to retrieve tokens. The tokens can then be used as cash with individual vendors for eligible items.  

 

Hendersonville Farmers Market is operated by the Friends of Downtown Hendersonville, a 501c3 nonprofit wing of the City of Hendersonville’s Community Development Department. For more information, visit hendersonvillefarmersmarket.com. Hendersonville Farmers Market is presented by Pardee UNC Health Care.  

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