The Season of the Farmers’ Market Is Here! Avery County and Watauga County Farmers’ Markets In Full Swing

Published Friday, May 19, 2017 at 11:10 am

The Avery County Farmers’ Market is open for the season, taking place every Thursday from 4:30-7:00 p.m. at the Old Banner Elk Elementary School. 

The Farmers’ Market in Avery County provides the community to support local farmers that are selling fresh produce, jams and jellies, maple syrups, breads, raw honey, baked sweets and so much more! Shopping at the farmers’ market not only supports local farmers and the community, but it also gives you access to fresh foods that have been carefully cultivated and prepared. 

 

Watauga County Farmers’ Market is also open for the season. It takes place every Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon at Horn in the West. 

 

Don’t miss out on either of these Farmers’ Markets, as they are supporting local farmers and the fresh produce purchased at these markets is the most delicious that you will find throughout the High Country!

 

Photos by Ken Ketchie:

Yum yum! All sorts of delicious things are available at the Avery County Farmers’ Market!

Along with produce at the Avery County Farmers’ Market, you can also find jewelry and other handmade items.

You can find all kinds of foods at the Avery County Farmers’ Market, including breads and honeys.

Don’t miss out on any of the tents and vendors at the Avery County Farmers’ Market!

Eggs are a staple at any farmers’ market, and at the Avery County Farmers’ Market, you can find the best ones around!

All of the vendors are happy to chat with you and help you pick out the best products.

Handcrafted items are a must that you need to check out at the Avery County Farmers’ Market.

There are so many vendors present every Thursday, but you won’t forget any of them!

Buying things at the Avery County Farmers’ Market is quick and easy; some of the best purchases you can make!

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