The Oxford Farmers Market is designed to serve the community by providing a wide variety of high quality, local products at reasonable prices, information on nutrition, cooking, and growing in an atmosphere conducive to the exchange of ideas and information between the customer and the producer. At the same time, it grants consumers an opportunity to visit our downtown merchants, thus making the market a more vibrant and integral part of the community. All vendors live within a 25 mile radius of Oxford. Everything we sell is either homegrown or homemade by the vendor. Our market is well rounded due to having fresh produce, fruit, baked goods, crafts, plants, honey, beef and chicken products and seasonal items throughout the year. We strive to provide the very best items in each category. Our market has a rich heritage of being in operation since 1962. We pride ourselves on carrying items that are embedded in childhood memories of grandma's house. We carry handmade items such as aprons, pocketbooks, pillows, table and kitchen accessories, jewelry and almost anything imaginable. We also have a resident poet that creates customized poems for any occasion. Our opening day for 2014 will be May 2, and run through the first Saturday in November, depending on the crops. Beginning June 18, 2014, we begin our Wednesday morning operation. Saturday and Wednesday morning hours are 7am until 12 noon. Whether you're looking for eggs, stringbeans, spring onions, fresh honey, strawberries, fresh baked pies, jewelry, an apron, dish cloth, or Bible carrier, you'll find it in the appropriate season at the Oxford Farmers Market. We are located just off I-85 at exit 206 (Highway 158) in Oxford. As you come into downtown Oxford, look for the sign at the CVS store. Make a right beside the store onto Lanier Street. Go one block, and we are located on the left across from the Police Station. We look forward to your visit this season.
Carrie's free range eggs, chicken, plants, along with William's beef products are a crowd drawer each week. Janis has baked goods, floral arrangements, seasonal items, and writes customized poems. Doug has honey. Cindy has jewelry. We also have various vegetable and fruit vendors, and 2 Master Gardners.
We are located on the corner of Lanier and McClanahan Streets. From I-85, take exit 206 into Oxford. Turn at the CVS store onto Lanier Street. Our Saturday hours are from May 2 through November 1 from 7am until 12noon. Wednesday hours from June through September are 7AM until 12pm.
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Produce, other interesting goods. Plesant people and doing interesting things .It was a happy day when I found this market.