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Farmers' markets are brimming with produce and more

By Debbie Roos
Posted Tuesday, August 3, 2004

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This is high season, when fields are bursting with vegetables and flowers and farmers are picking to exhaustion. Chatham County residents have a magnificent selection of high quality produce and much more at our local farmers' markets. This week at the market you'll find tomatoes, sweet corn,
cucumbers, beans, watermelons, specialty melons, peppers, butterbeans, peas, okra, onions, potatoes, squash, eggplant, herbs, oriental vegetables, peaches, grapes, apples, berries, fresh eggs, cut flowers,
goat cheese, free-range meats, baked goods, jams and jellies, hanging baskets, and more.

The Fearrington Market is open Tuesdays from 4:00 pm. until early evening and the Pittsboro Market is open Thursdays from 3:30-6:30 p.m.

Come get your week's produce plus flowers for the table and support our local farmers!

Directions to Farmers' Markets

Pittsboro Farmers' Market
From the traffic circle in downtown Pittsboro, take Hwy 64 east. Travel 0.6 miles and turn right on to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. just past the Food Lion shopping center. The farmers' market will be at the end of the road on the left at the county fairgrounds.

Fearrington Farmers' Market
From the traffic circle in downtown Pittsboro, take Hwy 15/501 north. Travel approximately 8 miles and turn right on to Village Way at Fearrington Village. Take your second right on to East Camden. The market will be on your right, just past Parkview Lane.

 
 
Farmers' markets are brimming with produce and more
Pittsboro's Farmers' Market


Related info:
Pittsboro's Farmers' Market

Fearrington's Farmers' Market
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