Juneteenth Vendor List at Hendersonville Farmers Market

On Saturday, June 18, Hendersonville Farmers Market will celebrate Juneteenth with activities, free food, and learning experiences for the whole family. Customers can expect to have access to all the locally made products from regular season vendors in addition to the South end of the market being dedicated to Juneteenth. 

“This is an event for the community to come together to create unity,” says Melinda Lowrance, who represents the Star Lite Chapter #510 Order of the Eastern Star which is leading the event. 

The Juneteenth Market will feature: Free barbeque (taking donations), face painting, a DJ, dancing, bubbles, book display, and a local Black/African American history display. Guest speakers include Andrew Aydin, who worked with the late Congressman John Lewis, and Preston Blakely, Mayor of Fletcher. 

PLUS, all your favorite vendors!

Farmers & Growers (produce, eggs, meat, honey, plants): Barry FarmsBlack Dog FlowersBright Branch FarmBroom's Blooms, Cleveland's Natural Farm, Crow Holler Produce, Garden of Griffin, GourMays Mushroom Farm, Grateful Bed FarmGray Family FarmsteadHoneybee Bliss, Morgan Farm, Saluda Grade Farm, Sylvia’s Plants, Tiny Bridge Farm, Violet Aurora Farm

Value Added Food/Drink Vendors (baked goods, fermented foods, cheese, pasta etc.): Asheville Pretzel CoBarnhouse Kitchen, Deena’s Bakery, Glykalogy Sweet CartHomemade Pasta NoodlesMimi's Mountain MixesPullman Bread, Raspberry FieldsSea of Sweets BakerySerotonin FermentsShanti Elixirs, ShareWell Coffee Co. & Roastery, Sophia's Tamales, Spinning Spider CreameryUnderground Baking Co.'s Brezel Bus

Arts & Crafts (nonfood/nonplant): Happy Toad Pottery, Handmade Baskets by Mike Blake, Mountain Barkery, Parish Members of St. Anthony The Great, Sister Soaps, Sophia's Boutique, Studio 1221, 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.