The Farmville Area Farmer's Market is open two days per week,on Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings, year-round, for your shopping convenience! Here you will find locally grown in-season fruits and vegetables, homemade fudge, a wide variety of homemade baked goods, artisanal breads and other delectable treats, handcrafted goats milk soap, sugar scrubs, lip balms, feed bag shopping totes, crocheted items, in-season bedding and potted plants, handcrafted wood items, such as canes, bowls, and boxes, jewelry, Angus beef, lamb, chicken, eggs, jams, jellies, just to name some of our varied products!. As you can see, lots of wonderful items to choose from! Our list of vendors is growing, as is the items they create or grow! Remember to buy fresh and buy local!

Here is a listing of our 2013 hours:

During the winter, we are open Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30PM and Saturdays from 10AM-1PM. These hours will run through the end of March.

Beginning in April, our hours will be Wednesdays from 2-6PM and Saturdays from 8AM-12 noon. These hours will run through the Saturday prior to Thanksgiving.

We hope that you will come and see us! Remember to "Like" us on Facebook!


Listing last updated on Feb 7, 2013

Schedule and Location:

213 North Street
Farmville, VA 23901

Located in our red farmer's market building, next to the First Presbyterian Church, and within walking distance of the High Bridge Trail and downtown Farmville.

Free parking during market hours.
Winter 2013 now through March 30th
Wednesday 3:30-5:30PM
Saturday 10AM-1PM

Spring through Fall 2013 (April through the Saturday before Thanksgiving)
Wednesday 2-6PM
Saturday 8AM-12 noon

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I have been unable to get there when they are open, however I am very interested in finding out their hours and I believe as food prices go up people will want to participate in eating good local produce.... [more]

Because we SUPPORT Local Farmers --- and --- LOCAL FOOD which supports our community!

They are a struggling, small farmers market. They bring EXCELLENT fresh produce, eggs and meat to this area. They get no help from the local government--no advertising, no centralized location, nothing.... [more]

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