Pop-up Market Saturday, November 21, from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.
Coming this Saturday:
Sweet Mornings Farm
Sheraton Park Farms
Joy Homemade Dog Treats
Tom Snyder Farms
Lee Gann Farms
That Peanut Guy
It's a Cake Walk
Growing High Point
Friendship Plant Company
Root Bound Houseplants and More
And what are they bringing?
Cabbage Sweet potatoes Apples Celery Collard, Mustard and Kale greens Broccoli crowns Peppers Eggplants Pecans Chestnuts Radishes Lettuces Spinach Turnips Yellow and fingerling potatoes Houseplants and herbs Root Bound will be taking orders for poinsettias
We will continue to accept SNAP benefits and offer our Double the Bucks bonus.
*************************************** Friends of the Library Mini-Market Book Sale will be here.
There will be a selection of holiday books, plus fiction, non-fiction, and children's books -- all are only $1. Proceeds go to support special projects at the library.
And, don't forget! The library always has take home crafts for kids.
Please wear a mask! If you forgot yours, ask at the Farmers Market table for a free cloth mask provided by Guilford County Health Department.
The Historical Park at the High Point Museum is now open on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m.until 4:30 p.m. The blacksmith will be on site plying his trade each Saturday until the end of the year. So, when you finish your Market shopping, head over to the Museum and enjoy the beautiful grounds, historic buildings, and interesting displays.
Tables will be cleaned frequently.
Customers will observe social distancing.
If necessary, Farmers Market staff will limit the number of customers allowed in the vendor area.
Freestanding hand sanitizer stations will be available for public and vendor use.
Masks are available for free at the Farmers Market table for anyone who doesn't have one
The High Point Public Library building will not be open.