Sadly, this is the last Farmers Market of the year. But -- you can still enjoy the Farmers Market by purchasing our Farmers Market cookbook, with lots of pictures (pre-COVID) and great recipes, including the winning recipes from last year's cooking contests. The cookbooks are only $2 and are available at the Farmers Market table. They would be great stocking stuffers!
This week's vendors:
Sheraton Park Farms
Sweet Mornings Farm
Lee Gann Farms
It's a Cake Walk
Joy Homemade Dog Treats
Growing High Point
Sour'd (sour dough bread)
Friendship Plant Company
Old South Kettle Corn
And what are they bringing?
Cabbage Sweet potatoes Red potatoes
Winter salad mix North Carolina Apples Apple Cider Collard, Mustard and Kale greens Pecans Radishes Lettuces Spinach Turnips Baked goods
Freshly roasted coffee -- by the bag and by the cup
We accept SNAP benefits (EBT) and offer our Double the Bucks bonus.
*************************************** Friends of the Library Mini-Market Book Sale continues!
Books make great holiday presents!There will be a selection of holiday books, fiction, non-fiction, and children's books -- all are only $1. Proceeds go to support special projects at the library.
And, don't forget! The library always has take home crafts for kids.
Please wear a mask! If you forgot yours, ask at the Farmers Market table for a free cloth mask provided by Guilford County Health Department.
This Saturday, the High Point Museum is providing a special holiday treat for the community highlighting Scottish holiday traditions.
Although Scots did not celebrate Christmas in the 18th century, they did, and still do, celebrate Hogmanay (New Year's Eve) in a big way. Enjoy seeing traditional Hogmanay dishes made over an open fire, and the sounds of a Celtic fiddle or a Scottish bagpipe. Chat with a traditional flax spinner, a 3-needle knitter, and see traditional Highlander textiles and fashions on display. The event is free, but registration is required. For more information and to register, click here.
The High Point Museum is located at 1859 East Lexington Avenue, just minutes away from the Farmers Market.
Tables will be cleaned frequently.
Customers will observe social distancing.
If necessary, Farmers Market staff will limit the number of customers allowed in the vendor area.
Freestanding hand sanitizer stations will be available for public and vendor use.
Masks are available for free at the Farmers Market table for anyone who doesn't have one
The High Point Public Library building will not be open.