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Saturday Market Opening Day (May 2nd)

Welcome back everyone, we are back on the street. The Jonesborough Farmers Market kicks off its 8th season on Saturday morning!

WOW…look at all the things you can find on our opening day!

tomato plants, vegetable plants, herbs, flowers.
Returning vendors: Perry Phillips, Eric Isenberg, Shy Valley.

kale, lettuce, chard, garlic, asparagus, mint, watercress, ramps, leeks fava greens, pea shoots, collards, broccoli, arugula, onions, baby bok choy, shiitake mushrooms, strawberries, and microgreens!
Returning vendors this week: Rogue Harbor Farm, Dominick’s Garden, Ranchito la Chiva, Salamander Springs Garden, Uncle Rob, Jane Matheson, White’s Mountain Meadow Farm.
New Vendors this week: Millwood Greenery, Rural Resources.

goat cheese, chicken, beef, pork, lamb and lots of eggs.
Returning vendors this week: Ziegenwald Dairy, Clover Creek Farm, Shiny C Farm, Sentelle’s Homemade Sausage, Kany/Perservation Farm.

breads, muffins, tamales, danishes, scones, chocolates.
Returning vendors this week: Farmhouse Gallery, The Fig Lady, Dona Eva, Jane Wilson.

pottery, goat milk soaps, quilted kitchen items.
Returning vendors this week: Tim Robert’s Pottery, Rusty Barn Star.
New vendor: Free Reign Farm

by the “Old Timers Band”, starting at 9am

The market’s very own ‘breakfast tent’ will be serving bisuits and egg strata from local ingredients made by our volunteers in the Boone Street Market Kitchen. 830am-sellout

A special offer on our market tote bags! Good during May while supplies last!

Each week this season we will introduce you to one of our vendors as the “Farmer of the Week.” This week, meet Perry Phillips

Featured products: plants!
Vendor at the market since: 2008
Favorite thing about the Jonesborough Farmers Market: visiting with all the people that come through, friends new and old.
For tomorrow: Perry will have 10 varieties of tomato plants along with pepper plants, butterfly bushes and more. Stop and chat with Perry and get some growing tips on how you too can have healthy, beautiful plants.

See you on the street!
Deb, Karen and Heidi