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Holiday Market 12/6

We will have our Holiday Market set up on the plaza in front of Boone Street Market this Saturday.

This week’s vendors are:

White’s Mountain Meadow Farm – wreaths
Sheek Treats – pet treats
The Rustic Barn Star – quilted table runners, kitchen items
Tim Roberts – pottery
Don Burger – pottery
Mitchell Ridge Farm – alpaca items
Dona Eva – tamales
Eric Isenberg – wreaths, herbs

Prepare your shopping list, check it twice and come on out to the Holiday Market.

See you on the plaza,

Holiday Market 11/29

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

We will be hosting a Holiday Market the next four Saturdays on the plaza in front of Boone Street Market. The hours will be 1100am to 300pm. I will send out a listing of your favorite vendors that will be set up each Saturday.

This Saturday, Nov. 29th:
Eric Isenberg – greenry
Perry Phillips – plants
Tim Roberts – pottery
Todd Peters – metal art
Eva – tamales
Mitchell Ridge Farm – alpaca items

Come on out and shop local.

See you on the plaza

Want to talk about local food & health?

Next Monday and Tuesday (11/10 and 11/11), a “listening crew” for a new documentary called Healthy America will be visiting the region. They plan to stop in at Boone Street Market, and I’m wondering if any of you would be interested in being there during their visit so they could hear from you about how having access to local food (thru the farmers market, store) is improving your health?

I don’t yet know the schedule, but if you are 1) interested and 2) willing to hear about it on short notice…will you please let me know? Click here to email me at


Specials at Boone Street Market Saturday Nov 1st

Hello Market friends,

We’ve had a great first few days at Boone Street Market, and the finale of our opening week will be ‘Grand Opening Saturday’ tomorrow! If you’re not snowed in, come to the store!

Live music and samples are planned for the whole day (including the Old Timers Band, Joseph Sobol and Trae McCracken, the Bidgoods, and more), and all members will get a double discount—10% off! If you’ve been thinking about a membership, tomorrow’s a great day to sign up!

New items are arriving every day! The latest arrival was fresh Sunburst trout (this is what Alex served at the Farm to Table Dinner).

We also have:
many varieties of winter squash
sweet potatoes
sweet and hot peppers
goat cheeses
and all kinds of baked goods, including some gluten free!

And coffee (samples tomorrow), granola, jams, honey, sorghum, chocolates, corn meal, grits….

Hope you can join us!


Roy Andrade

Well known lesson, check and double check spelling before hitting ‘send’. Apologies for the misspelling, Roy!

Roy is the wonderful musician and volunteer who has helped organize music at the market since we opened in 2008. We appreciate him greatly!


Last Saturday...and opening day at Boone Street Market

Sunny and 68 degrees, what a perfect day for our last market on the street. We would like to thank everyone for their tremendous support this season, we’ve had a very successful market and have you to thank for it.

The farmers are still producing a wide variety of vegetables so bring a bag and support their continued efforts to provide you with fresh, locally grown produce.

Music will be provided by the Sanders Sisters. A big thank you to all the musicians and Roy Andrea. Every Saturday music rings out, people dance in the street and our little market rocks!

And though we will have to wait til Spring (188 days) to see the Saturday Market again, Boone Street Market is ready to open!

You are invited to the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct 29 at 11am, and to our grand opening Saturday Nov 1st, with music, samples, and special member discounts! Details about opening activities here: Opening Week Invite.

See you on the street,

Jonesborough Saturday Market 10/18

What a great day on tap at the market this week.

Our farms are still producing a lot of vegetables; lettuces, chard, kale, okra, beets, bok choy, shiitake mushrooms, limited supply of fresh oyster mushrooms, sweet potatoes, buttercup winter squash, celriac, radishes and much more.

We will have some art at the market happening with two local artist, Pat Sheets and Charles Jones, painting market scenes throughout the morning. Come and check out the talent.

Attention all kids! We have pumpkins for you to decorate and take home. The pumpkin tent will be set up next to the information booth. Come on by, select a pumpkin, create your own art and take home for display.

Music will be provided by Blue Ridge Entertainers!

Stop by, have a cup of East Tennessee coffee, listen to some great music, admire the art and enjoy the market. October 25th will be the last market for this season. BooHoo :(

See you on the street

Jonesborough Saturday Market 10/11

Happy October, we’re back! After a fun packed Storytelling Festival weekend at the Boone Street Market, we are back on the street. The market will be open from 900am to noon with a full assortment of produce.

Rogue Harbor: lots of lettuces (Butterhead, Bibb, Romaine & Ice Queen), Butternut squash, peppers & watercress.

Dominick’s Garden: tomatoes, okra, hot & sweet peppers, fennel and mint.

Uncle Rob: bell peppers, butternut squash, swiss chard & kale.

Kany Farm: chicken & a few candy roasters.

Also, we will have our meats, goat cheeses, chiles & chile powders, baked goods and plants. And don’t forget your four legged friends, Sheets Treats will be with us this week.

Have you picked up your new market t-shirt or tote bag yet? We will have them at the information booth.

Ed Snodderly will be providing the tunes, do your shopping, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the morning at the market.

See you on the street:

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Boone Street Market & Storytelling

The stories are being told and I have one for you.

Boone Street Market will open its doors for the first time this weekend, with a fundraiser during the festival. We will be serving up some great home-made and locally-grown dishes all weekend, and invite all of you to drop by, have something to eat and check out our new store. We will be open Friday and Saturday 8am to 8pm, Sunday 8 to 4.

See our storytelling menu here. Dona Eva will also be in the store with her tamales, and Kathy Waldo/The Fig Lady and will have a variety of treats for sale! Plus market tshirts, bags and one-of-a-kind market aprons custom made by Sophie & Grace.

As usual, a devoted team of volunteers and market contributors are behind this! A special thanks to our Store Advisory Board volunteer Karen Tallman for giving us the inspiration to do it, and making it happen! You won’t want to miss her delicious soups, full of market ingredients!

See you in the store!