Main Season Market is every Saturday from 8am-12pm. No early entrance to the market this season due to new safety protocols and face masks are required at this time for entry. Contact your vendor for curbside pickup of preorders on Hunt Street by the Pavilion Garden. (See all hours.)
Happy Friday from Durham Farmers’ Market! We are so excited to invite the absolutely amazing team from PIRI back to market tomorrow morning! PIRI will be preparing a summer Panzanella packed with summer veggies and herbs. Visit them on the lawn starting at 8:30 am and get some inspiration with local, fresh ingredients!
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We hope you’re enjoying the last few weeks of summer vacation! We’re gearing up for fall and planning several fun events for the market community that we’re excited to share with you in the upcoming weeks.
Let us know what advice you have for packing lunches in a time crunch. Cooking with seasonal food doesn’t always have to be time-consuming!
Did you miss Frank Stasio from WUNC’s “The State of Things” when he interviewed one of Durham Farmers’ Market’s own farmers, Martha Mobley of Meadow Lane Farm? Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts!
Happy National Farmers’ Market Week! Why do we love shopping at local markets? Check out the top 5 reasons below and share with us what you love!
Farmers’ markets: 1.) Preserve farmland 2.) Stimulate local economies 3.) Increase access to nutritious food 4.) Support healthy communities 5.) Promote sustainability
We look forward to welcoming you to market to share in the local produce, meat, eggs, cheese, bread, crafts, and more! All vendors at the market come from 70 miles away or less. This means that the produce was most likely picked just the day before, making sure that it is as fresh as possible! Farmers love to share their favorite recipes or tell you how your food was grown, making farmers’ markets a very special place to shop.
Don’t miss one of our own farmers, Martha Mobley of Meadow Lane Farm, as she joins Frank Stasio on WUNC’s “The State of Things.” Martha will be sharing her life story as a woman farmer and business owner in North Carolina. Check out WUNC on Monday to hear her story or download wherever you get your podcasts!
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Summer is in full swing at the market! Check out these beautiful pictures and swing by to fill your shopping basket with every color of the rainbow. See you tomorrow at Durham Central Park!
Wednesdays (through August 14)
Calling all kiddos! Join us every Wednesday afternoon for the Sprouts Kid’s Club. After you complete a free activity, you’ll earn $3 in Sprouts Club Bucks to spend on fresh fruits and veggies. We can’t wait to see you at the market!