Hispanic Heritage Day Vendor List (Sept 17) at Hendersonville Farmers Market

Perfect weather is here to stay for this Saturday's market! What's more, we are celebrating our local Hispanic community with a special day at the market in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Make sure to grab a tamale and some horchata to wash it down from Sophia's Boutique! Our vendors have a plethora of fresh, local and handmade goods to offer, including eggs, produce, pumpkin spice coffee, honey, crafts, plants, and more. Check out this week's vendor and activity lineup below. 

Live Music: Adrianne Blanks

Hispanic Heritage Cooking Demo: Tierra Fertil Coop, 10-11am

Hispanic Heritage Day Activities & Fun provided by True Ridge

Kids' Activities: Face painting at the Depot

Farmers & Growers (produce, eggs, meat, honey, plants): Barry FarmsBlack Dog FlowersBright Branch FarmBroom’s Blooms, Colfax Creek Farm, Crow Holler Produce, Garden of GriffinGourMays Mushroom Farm, Grateful Bed FarmGray Family FarmsteadHoneybee Bliss, Lanning Road Farms, Newman Farms, Pressley Farm, Sylvia’s Plants, Tierra Fertil CoopTiny Bridge Farm, Violet Aurora Farm

Value Added Food/Drink Vendors (baked goods, fermented foods, cheese, pasta etc.): Asheville Pretzel CoBoom Boom Kettle CornChef Squared Co.Deena’s BakeryRaspberry Fields, Sea of Sweets BakerySerotonin FermentsShareWell Coffee Co. & Roastery, Sophia’s Boutique, Spinning Spider CreameryBrezel Bus by Underground Baking Co. 

Arts & Crafts (nonfood/nonplant): Eli Tomalka Woodworks, Handwoven Baskets by Michael Blake, Mother Hubbard Crafts, Parish Members of St. Anthony The Great, Sophia’s Boutique, The Wild Ginkgo

Young Entrepreneur: Z-Bugs and Pixi 

Sponsor: Yoga and Massage

 

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