Market open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Saturday
Upcoming market events
Book Saturday November 19 and celebrate with us the Great Saturday.
It will be a fun day, with our vendors and many guest vendors; bakers, artists, artisans, farmers, beekeepers, pastry chefs. If you are an artist or artisan whose items are handcrafted and would like to become a “Seller for a Day” (free of charge), contact the Co-op Extension Office at (252) 527-2191 before November 9.
List of suppliers for Saturday, November 5, 2022
TC Smith Produce (Kim Smith) Frozen cooked cabbage now available at Market Freezer. Just like at our checkout. Find out what’s growing here at TC Smith Produce Farm! Collard greens, Georgia kale, kale and curly mustard kale. The best and freshest seasonal produce from the region: sweet potatoes, pickled cucumbers, squash, scuppernong grapes, zucchini tomatoes, onions, red potatoes. Congratulations to TC Smith Produce for being selected Best of the Best Produce Stand by Free Press readers.
B&B Eggs and Crafts: Sandra needs clean 12-serving egg cartons. Please bring him the ones you need to recycle. Thanks. Breeding eggs, some with different colored shells. The seller can explain why this is happening…interesting! She will also have beautiful decoupage items and other decorations with fall and Thanksgiving themes. Sandra will also have Lenoir County honey for sale.
TJ Designs: (Teri Johnson) Attractive crafts and home accessories. Halloween designs too!
Kettle style snacks (Rodney Jarman) (open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) Pork skins, pork rinds, fried peanuts and funnel cakes.
ENC Honey: (Stephen LaRoque) Local Honey ENC offers 15 varieties of local honey, including the rarest premium honeys in the state: Tupelo, Clary Sage, Gallberry & Sourwood. Additionally, we offer Blackberry, Crepe Myrtle, Cornucopia, Cotton, Albemarle Swamp, Black Swamp, Bagley Swamp, Spring White, Extra Light Amber, Light Amber Blend and Amber. Also available is honeycomb honey, comb honey and bee pollen. All are sourced locally from beekeepers in eastern North Carolina.
Barnett Livestock Farm: (Melissa Barnett) Barnett Cattle Farm has fresh/frozen cuts of beef you can buy. Excellent beef stew, soup bones and stew with bones to make a delicious pot of soup. We also like to add our ground beef to our soups and use it to make chili. Many cuts are available. Call (252) 617-9605 if you want a list of available fits and prices. We can have your pre-ordered meats boxed and ready for you on Saturday the 29th. Glad to see you on Saturday.
DeJa Luxe candles: When you walk through the market and breathe in something heavenly, you’ll know you’re near these wonderfully scented and beautiful candles.
Donation station coming Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Lenoir County Farmer’s Market
The NC Cooperative Extension Lenoir County Center is launching a Donation Station program to engage the community in supporting local food, local farmers, and food security efforts. Farmer’s Market shoppers will be able to purchase fresh produce and eggs from farmers and vendors and then donate them to the donation station table. Buyers can also offer a monetary donation, which will then be used to purchase fresh produce and eggs from farmers at the market at their full value. At the end of each market, donated produce and eggs will be donated to the Salvation Army to serve their customers. Donation Station will be at the Farmers Market on the following dates and times:
Dates and time:
November 19 – 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Just stop by the donation station table or call Kelly Tyndall at 252-527-2191 to find out more. See you at the market!!
Kelly S. Tyndall
Family and Consumer Sciences Officer
NC State University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
NC Co-op Extension, Lenoir County Center
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