Winter Farmers Market
We are currently in our Winter Farmers Market Season. You can find us on the third Saturday of each month from November through April, from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm inside the Holly Springs Cultural Center. Learn More
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Regular Season Hours & Location 


The regular Holly Springs Farmers Market season will re-open on May 6, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. (rain or shine) in the East Center Street Public Parking Lot across Main Street from Town Hall at 128 South Main St. Map 

Parking

 
Find parking in the Town Hall Parking Lot, along Center Street and in the Public Parking Lots on Avent Ferry Road.

Come on down and plan on staying a while!

Food


More than 20 local growers and artisanal food producers will be at the market this year selling the freshest fruits; vegetables; all-natural chicken, pork and beef; seafood; baked goods; sauces; and lots more. Click here for a list of our vendors.

What's in season? Depending on the weather and crops, a variety of fruit and vegetables are expected at the market every week. Click here for our harvest calendar, which shows when produce is expected at the farmers market during different months of the year.

Music


Enjoy live Beets & Jams while shopping the market. Performers are listed on our calendar.

Children's Activities


Every week, Little Sprouts can enjoy a special craft or activity created just for them.

Special Events


From Shred-a-Thons to the annual Taste of Holly Springs to the popular food truck rodeos, special events are held on certain Saturdays throughout the season. Click here for more information.

Tips for a Bountiful Market Visit

 

Bring small denominations and change.

 Not all vendors accept credit cards and cash, nor do all have change for large denominations of bills. Plus, you can make donations to the Holly Springs Food Cupboard right at our market!

Bring your own bags or basket.

 It's helpful and environmentally friendly to bring your own basket or bags to carry your purchases. 

Interact with the vendors.

 Our vendors are excited to share information on how their food is grown or made, their farming/preparation practices, and the best way to prepare, store or preserve their produce or products. 

Try new things.

 Each month new produce items become available. Check out our harvest calendar to learn more. If you find a vegetable or product that's new to you and want to give it a try, ask the vendor if you can taste it and how to prepare it.

Collect new recipes. 

At the Information Center, we have nearly 100 recipes that our market chefs have made using farm-fresh produce, meats, and artisanal food products from the market. Each card includes a handy market shopping list so you can make the dish at home! 

Doggie Etiquette



Most farmers markets in the Triangle no longer allow dogs due to North Carolina health and sanitation rules. Please help us keep the Holly Springs Farmers Market dog-friendly!


  • For health and sanitary reasons keep all dogs at least 10' from any produce or food vendor tables. Have a friend hold your dog while you are shopping the produce stands.
  • All dogs must be on a leash, non-releasing/extending preferably.
  • Take your dog for a walk before coming to the market.
  • Keep a bag on hand...just in case.
  • Do not leave your dog unattended.
  • Be sure your dog is "kid and people-friendly." The market is attended by many families with small children. Please be mindful of this.
  • Please remember that not all people love or even like dogs.
If you bring a dog to the market and it starts barking at customers or biting, or starts a snarl with other dogs, you will be asked to leave.

If you can't resist petting the lovable pooches, please stop by the Information Center for hand sanitizer before touching any produce and food items.

Thank you for your understanding!

~ Holly Springs Farmers Market Management  (919) 567-4010


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The Farmers Market is operated and managed by the
Department of Planning & Zoning