The Farmers Market is operated by the High Point Public Library,
a department of the City of High Point.
You can find us at 901 North Main Street in High Point
The 2021 High Point Farmers Market is sponsored by
Greetings Farmers Market Lovers!
Here are the vendors for July 31:
Fishmongers (fin fish and shellfish)
A Step Beyond Baked Goods
Sour'd (baked goods)
It's a Cake Walk (baked goods)
Sandy Ridge Orchards (peaches)
Pee Dee Orchards (peaches)
Gann Family Farms (local produce)
Bernie's Berries (local produce)
Growing High Point (local produce)
H & A Farm (local produce)
Petit Green Giants (microgreens)
TLR International Cup of Care (coffee, breakfast rolls)
Sheraton Park Farms (eggs, poultry, beef, pork, honey)
Tom Snyder Farms (beef and pork)
Sweet Mornings Farm (jams, jellies, pickles, mustards)
That Peanut Guy (roasted peanuts)
Savage Roasters (freshly roasted bagged coffee and coffee by the cup)
Cherry Orchard Farms (dry rubs, seasonings)
Bernie's Berries (local produce)
Sophie's Italian Ice
Pop's Mini Doughnut Shop Mr. V's Fish and Chips Food Truck Old South Kettle Corn (popcorn and lemonade)
NOTE: Some specialty crops, such as peaches and berries, are often limited in supply so it's best to come early for these items.
Friendship Plant Company Muddy Creek Lavender
See Angel Flowers Root Bound Houseplants and More
Alma's Jewelry Loretta's Doormats (prayer boxes, doormats, wall art)
Beaded Creations by Ajii (jewelry, tote bags) Camila's Soaps
Cilia's Headwraps Graceful Forest Aromatics (soaps, shower steamers, scrubs, car air fresheners)
J&S Artistic Design (wall and porch art) Lady Bug Creations (handcrafted cement flower pots)
Judy's Rag Rugs
Ted Beesley (wood crafts) Wood It Be (wood crafts) McCabe Pottery
Something Special (handmade blankets)
ZigZagstitch by Mandy Powers (coiled rope baskets and bowls)
We accept SNAP benefits PLUS offer Double the Bucks, and we accept the GCCN orange cards. For more information, ask at the Farmers Market table.
Children's staff will have free take-home craft kits -- as long as supplies last.
Dogs are welcome at the High Point Farmers Market! Come by the Farmers Market table for pats, a treat, and a free Farmers Market poop bag holder.
Stop by A Simple Gesture's booth and find out a super easy and effective way YOU can help address hunger in High Point.
The Singecats will entertain you with soft rock and oldies while you shop!
Bring the kids! Backpack giveaway (while supplies last), petting zoo, fairy hair, and games -- thanks to our fine partners listed above.
This is the LAST Saturday for the expanded Mini-Market Book Sale, so don't miss this opportunity! Books, DVDs, audiobooks, foreign language materials, music CDs -- all just $1. (Paperbacks are 2 for $1)
What else do you need to know?
**Check out Farmers Market merchandise at the Farmers Market table: Tote bags - $3; cookbooks - $2; Farmers Market t-shirts - $2 (limited sizes); bandanas - $1. All proceeds support the Farmers Market.
The library is open from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm on Saturday. After shopping at the Market, be sure to drop in and see all the library has to offer.
After you visit the Farmers Market, head over to the High Point Museum. Take a look below at what's going on this Saturday. There is something for all ages to enjoy.
Let’s Craft! Animal Masks in Little Red Schoolhouse
Make an animal mask to enjoy or give to your favorite person! This free, drop-in event takes place from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm and is especially for children under 12. Participants will be asked to wear masks inside the Little Red Schoolhouse since this age group is ineligible for Covid-19 vaccination. The craft may also be completed outside where no masks are needed.
Come watch our costumed blacksmith in action as he crafts various iron pieces. All ages welcome. FREE. Drop-in froom 10:00 am until 4:30 pm
Recognize any of the young ballplayers pictured above?
*For the summer baseball season, the High Point Museum will open an exhibit highlighting baseball in High Point. “At the Old Ballgame” will be on display through August 14. Area newspapers have documented baseball in High Point since the 1880s. By 1908, The High Point Enterprise noted increasing attendance at games because “Baseball is very popular with the average citizen.” This exhibit looks back at our city’s enthusiasm for the national pastime, from Little League to the old Industrial League to professional baseball in the area.
"Pandemic Perspectives: The Day Our World Changed," the product of a partnership with Millis Road Elementary School. This exhibit, located in the historic park, shares the thoughts and feelings of a 4th grade class as they experienced the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information, please call 336-883-3023.
The Museum is located at 1859 East Lexington and is open on Saturdays 10:00 am - 4:30 pm.