****Waxhaw Farmers Market - All Year round Growers/Producers only Market****** The Market official season starts in April for the new year!. Every Saturday from 9am to 1pm until last Saturday before Christmas. Winter Market from January till end of March.

Local food! Seasonal produce, pastured meats (beef, pork & chicken), fresh eggs, local honey, baked goods, Goat milk soaps, Strawberries in season as well as peaches, apples, figs, berries in season, N.C. cheese, Shiitake mushrooms (fresh or dry), cut flowers, seedlings, herbs, Native plants, etc... free-range Turkeys will be offered at Thanksgiving and Christmas, as well as fresh Tilapia in the later months of the year.

Come and see us! We are there rain or shine.

Listing last updated on Oct 3, 2013

Open every Satruday 9am-1pm April through December, new Winter Market in January, February & March!



Schedule and Location:

Corner of Price Ave. and Church Street - from 9 am till 1 pm on Saturdays. Weekday Market to be determined.
Winter Market, from 10am till noon



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You get a wonderful feeling when you walk into the farmer's market area. Locally grown veggies, goat cheese and goat's milk soap, local beef sales, natural dog bones, fresh eggs, local honey and flowers. It's small, cozy and a great place!


i want my nieces and nephews to have fresh, locally-grown produce to keep them healthy. oh yeah, my sister and brother-in-law too.


We have purchased produce & products since the market started. We consider many of the farmers as friends & love to purchase locally what we do not grow ourselves.

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Seeking farmers & serious growers for Fall & Winter Seasons!

2013-10-03

Since we became an all-year round market, we need more vendors for our fall and winter seasons: greens, winter squash, turnips, beets, etc... as well as specialty growers or bakers: gluten free breads and baked goods, artisan pasta makers, pecans and walnuts, prepared foods, all kinds of mushrooms, etc.... [more]


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