Wake Forest Farmers' Market

The Wake Forest Farmers' Market, located in the parking lot of OneCare Inc. at 150 N. White Street in the historic downtown area.

Open Saturdays, 8 am- 12 noon, year round. Mid week market Wednesday afternoons, 3 pm to 6 pm Thanksgiving Market November 26th, 3 pm to 5 pm Closed November 30th Special Holiday Market, 1st Saturday in December, 9 am to 2pm. Closed December 14th Winter Markets, Saturday mornings 10 am to 12 noon Dec. thru March. Fresh seasonal produce, cut flowers, free-range eggs, home-grown herbs, antibiotic- and hormone-free pasture-raised meats, baked goods, jams and jellies, locally raised honey, local musicians and craftspeople, chef demonstrations, educational events.

See our web site at www.wakeforestmarket.org

Listing last updated on Jan 13, 2014

Locally grown produce, fresh baked bread, cut flowers, home-grown herbs, locally raised honey, antibiotic- and hormone-free pasture-raised meats, free-range eggs, fresh cut flowers, jams and jellies, soaps and candles, local craftspeople and musicians, chef demonstrations and special educational events!



Schedule and Location:

Saturday mornings, 8:00 to 12 noon, year round.
Wednesday markets 3 pm to 6 pm
Thanksgiving Market November 26th, 3 pm to 5 pm
Closed November 30th
Holiday Market, 1st Saturday in December, 9 am to 2 pm
Closed December 14th
Winter markets Saturday mornings 10 am to 12 noon.
OneCare Inc. parking lot at 150 N.White Street in historic downtown Wake Forest, North Carolina, 27587



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There is no better way to enrich your community than to support the local farmers who feed it. Our farmers not only grow nutritious food -- but a strong and nurturing community.


The farmers are always helpful. Plus all the farmers crops are organic, not like some of the other farmers' market.


I don't! I go all the way to Raleigh Farmer's Market because Wake Forest is never open! Raleigh is open all the time and Wake Forest never! A few hours on Saturday just doesn't work.... [more]

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