The Greensboro Farmers Curb Market will make a temporary move to J. Douglas Galyon Depot located at 236 East Washington Street on Saturday October 7th, 7 am – noon, as N.C. A & T celebrates their Homecoming. The Market’s once a year pop-up market in the historic Train Depot in downtown Greensboro has become a customer favorite. This market will feature Market staples and fall seasonal produce including pumpkins, potted mums and pansies, apples, and greens.
The Market will operate at normal hours 7 a.m. – noon. Coffee will be available to enjoy along with live music. Shoppers will find a variety of seasonal, fresh produce, eggs, locally produced meats, baked goods, and crafts. Ample free parking will be available on site and at the adjacent parking lot located at the corner of Church and Washington Street.
The Greensboro Farmers Curb Market will offer SNAP/EBT during this move. Celebrate local farmers, food and friends and shop for local product from vendors and farmers and head down to watch one of the best parades in town!
One will find local products from these 25 vendors:
Farms: Rudd Farm, Ward’s Farm Fresh Eggs, Mindenhill Farm, Mighty Tendril, Congolina Farm, Rural Hall Farm, Woody’s Eggs and Greens, Sharpe’s Farm, Leonard’s Orchard, Gethsemane Gardens, Massey Creek, Six Gunn Farm, Sugar Hill Produce, Smith Century Farm and NC Fresh Seafood, Sunset Market Gardens, and Haw River Mushrooms.
Prepared foods: Margariette Graves, Augustino Gusto, Fermentology, Sir Charles Gourmet Sauces, Treat Yourself, and Marie’s Homemade.
Crafts:Karen’s Kreations, Amara Nata, and Dew Drop Rock