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May
21
Tue
2019
Latham United Methodist Church Farmers Market @ Latham United Methodist Church
May 21 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Latham United Methodist Church Farmers Market @ Latham United Methodist Church

The market is open from 3pm-6pm each Tuesday Rain or Shine!

Yellow Summer Squash is making its debut this week!
It is your last opportunity to get your strawberries at the market this season so don’t miss out!

Neeve Weinberger will be joining us today for our live entertainment! You won’t want to miss her!

The cast of Shrek the Musical will be at the market this week to promote Independent Musical Production’s performance.

Be sure to listen to 96.9 Tuesday during the Abbey Kay and Tim Hall morning show for a chance to win $30 in Market Bucks!

Weekly community Farmers Market
Every Tuesday 3-6pm
May – September

Tuesday Farmers Market At Meridianville @ First Baptist Church of Meridianville
May 21 @ 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Tuesday Farmers Market At Meridianville @ First Baptist Church of Meridianville

Welcome to

Tuesday Farmers Market at Meridianville!

Location:  175 Monroe Road, Meridianville, AL  35759 (First Baptist Church of Meridianville)

Dates of the market for 2019: Each Tuesday afternoon for retail sales, beginning May 14 and going through the last Tuesday in September (September 24). Depending on supply and weather, the market may be extended into October.

Times of the market  for 2018:  3:30 – 6:30pm.

May
22
Wed
2019
Madison County Farmers Market
May 22 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

May
23
Thu
2019
Madison County Farmers Market
May 23 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

The Greene Street Farmer’s Market @ Downtown Huntsville
May 23 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Greene Street Farmer's Market @ Downtown Huntsville

New for this year, each week in the courtyard at the Church of The Nativity there will be a special activity with a focus on healthy living and enviromental awareness.

May 4 Hula Hoop fun with Bright Springs Crafts.

May 11 5:00-7:00 The Yoga Center will be giving basic yoga instruction and demonstrations. Bring your mat or a towel and join in!

May 18 Strong Body Studio will lead short classes at 5:00 for body weight intervals, 5:45 for cardio intervals and 6:30 for foam roll outs. All you need is water & a towel!

May 25 Decorate a shopping bag for the market with some fun stamps and create your own reusable masterpiece. 4:00-6:00 or until supplies run out.

 

This is a local, producer-only market where you can know the farmers who grow your food. Items available: produce, meat and dairy, breads, honey and relishes, fresh herbs and flowers, cooking demonstrations and live music! Another great part of this market is its conjunction with downtown Huntsville’s indoor Greene Street Market Store, at 208 Eustis. It’s open Monday-Friday 10am – 2pm.

May
24
Fri
2019
Madison County Farmers Market
May 24 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Winchester Road Farmers Market @ Gracepointe Church
May 24 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Winchester Road Farmers Market @ Gracepointe Church
Thursdays, May through September, 4:00-7:00PM, Winchester Rd Baptist Church, 1262 Winchester Rd, Huntsville. Local Farmers, Fruit & Vegetables
May
25
Sat
2019
Madison City Farmers Market @ Trinity Baptist Church
May 25 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Madison City Farmers Market @ Trinity Baptist Church

Madison City Farmers Market is the area’s original local, producer-only farmers market, founded in 2007. Everything sold at the market is grown or crafted by local farmers and craftspeople.

Our vendors provide a wide selection of the freshest  local veggies, fruits, cheese, eggs, meats, milk, herbs, honey, jams, relishes, home-baked goods, plants and flowers.

Come see creations from local artisans including handmade cards, soaps, lotions, candles, wood crafts, sewn items and other handmade products.

Madison County Farmers Market
May 25 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Providence Farmers Market Huntsville @ The Village of Providence Park on Town Center Dr
May 25 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Providence Farmers Market Huntsville @ The Village of Providence Park on Town Center Dr

The market will be held in The Village of Providence Park on Town Center Dr. in Huntsville, AL. Our Market site is surrounded by more than 5,000 single family and apartment homes. Village tenants are excited and welcome us to their Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings. A combination of Artisans, Farmers, Entertainment  and Community Services will combine to make this a unique and fun Saturday morning destination.