In the weeks around Christmas, all around town, The vendors are planning and writing things down. What should I plant? What should I bake? What was a failure? What should I make? Do I need a new table, maybe a tent? We are dreaming of Town Park and holding events. Thanks for shopping Online! Though[…]
More than 30 vendors plan to participate for the Grand Opening of the Independence Farmers Market 2019 season! Some regulars are missing Friday but they’ll join us next week.
Arwen & Wayne Cayton of Cranberry Acre describe their business like this: We are purveyors of Revisioned – Operative – Art: Handmade, one of a kind, quality merchandise from our one acre farm, settled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Arwen joined the Market in 2014 and her aprons and purses were an instant[…]
Maureen is one of the founders of the Market. She was an original vendor with Carol Lundgrun and Taffney Taylor. Since 2008, Maureen spent summers making baked goods and bringing extra produce to the Market. Her goal has always been to see the Market become a success. Maureen will tell you that it took all[…]
Have you thought about becoming a vendor at the Farmers Market? Here’s your chance to join returning vendors and find out about the coming season and enjoy a potluck lunch. We will meet at Skyline Bank Conference Center in the Guynn Shopping center, next to Food City. 1) IF you plan to sell any kind of[…]
The Independence Farmers Market will host an On-line Media workshop Friday April 8th from 10:30 to 11:45 in the auditorium of the 1908 Courthouse. Learn how to best use Facebook to promote your business. To get the most out of the training, please bring your computer. The workshop is free and open to the[…]