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 October 23:
Fishmongers (fin fish and shellfish)
A Step Beyond Bakery
It's A Cake Walk (baked goods)
Sugar Britches Handcrafted (baked goods)
Gann Family Farms (local produce, apples)
Bernie's Berries (local produce)
Growing High Point (local produce)
H & A Farm (local produce)
Bumbleberry Farms (apples, pumpkins, cut flowers)
TLR International Cup of Care (coffee by the cup, sausage rolls)
Savage Roasters (freshly roasted coffee by the bag and by the cup)
Sheraton Park Farms (eggs, poultry, beef, pork, honey)
Tom Snyder Farms (beef and pork)
That Peanut Guy (roasted peanuts)
Muddy Creek Lavender
Friendship Plant Company
See Angel Flowers Root Bound Houseplants and More
Loretta's Doormats (prayer boxes, doormats, wall art) Obscene Candles and Soaps JR's Crafts (decorated plates and bottles)
Obscene Soaps and Candles Wood It Be (wood crafts)
Ted Beesley (wood crafts)
AND.... live music this Saturday by Kevin Holdson
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.
What else do you need to know?
The library is open from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm on Saturday. After shopping at the Market, stop inside and see all the library has to offer.
In accordance with the Guilford County mask mandate, customers are asked to wear a mask when entering the library building. Free masks are available on all 3 floors of the library. Masks are not required at the Farmers Market.
After you visit the Farmers Market, head over to the High Point Museum. Take a look at what's happening this Saturday:
A Love Supreme: The Jazz of John Coltrane
through the Eyes of Chuck Stewart,
Curated by the Grammy Museum®
This fascinating exhibit opened on September 3 and will be at the Museum through December 5. Also on display is a saxophone played by John Coltrane on loan to the Museum for this exhibit.
Featuring photographs of John Coltrane by photographer Chuck Stewart, this exhibit is traveling to the hometown of the legendary jazz musician to kick off the 10th anniversary of the John Coltrane International Jazz & Blues Festival. Sponsored by the Drive High Point Foundation and the High Point Historical Society, with special partners Friends of John Coltrane and Visit North Carolina.
Come watch our costumed blacksmith in action as he crafts various iron pieces. All ages welcome. FREE. Drop-in from 10:00 am until 4:30 pm.
For more information, please call 336-883-3023.
The Museum is located at 1859 East Lexington and is open Wednesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 4:30 pm.