Pearisburg Community Market
The Pearisburg Community Farmer’s Market offers fresh local produce, events, activities, demos, music and crafts. Meet local producers, artisans and more.
Roanoke City Farmers Market
The Historic Roanoke City Market is open year-round, seven days a week, and closes only on Christmas and New Year’s. There are 42 permanent tables covered by blue and white awnings that mark an inviting display of fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants during growing season. There are additional spaces in Market Square where vendors erect tents to display their wares. In recent years, a number of artisans have joined the farmers and planters offering handcrafted items, unique jewelry, and other art objects. The market even boasts a variety of fresh meats!
Salem Farmers Market
The Salem Farmer’s Market is located in the heart of Salem’s downtown district on the corner of Main Street and Broad Street. Special events are held throughout the season which promote the market, its vendors, and the downtown in general. The Chef’s Circle program returns this summer with some of the area’s top chefs presenting free cooking demonstrations each Saturday morning from June through August. Also this year we have signed on more organic produce farmers, more farm fresh egg vendors, and more baked goods vendors. Fresh produce, home-baked goodies, fresh cut flowers, honey, eggs, greenery, jams, and jellies are just a few of the things that we offer shoppers. Our farmers pride themselves on bringing the best of the country to the City!
Grandin Village Community Marke
The Grandin Village Community Market is located at 2080 Westover Ave SW, in the terrace behind the co-op, and operates Saturdays from 8am-12pm late April through October. Currently the Grandin Village Community Market is comprised of 18 farmers and food producers featuring certified and non-certified organic veggies, fruit, herbs, seasonal seedlings, cheese, pasture raised/grass-fed chicken, beef, pork, and lamb, regional seafood, locally roasted coffee, artisan homemade breads, muffins, baked goods, hot-prepared foods, and fresh-cut flowers. All of our markets feature 100% locally produced products (within 100 miles of the market location) with an emphasis on organic, sustainable, and humane producers, products, and practices. The market, operated by LEAP, accepts and doubles SNAP-EBT benefits.
West End Community Market
The West End Community Market is located at 1210 Patterson Ave SW, in the covered market pavilion behind Freedom First Credit Union, and is open every Tuesday from 3pm-6pm year-round. Currently the West End Community Market is comprised of 7 farmers and food producers featuring certified and non-certified organic veggies, fruit, herbs, seasonal seedlings, cheese, pasture raised/grass-fed chicken, beef, and pork, locally roasted coffee, artisan homemade breads, muffins, baked goods, and other hot-prepared foods. All of our markets feature 100% locally produced products (within 100 miles of the market location) with an emphasis on organic, sustainable, and humane producers, products, and practices. The market, operated by LEAP, accepts and doubles SNAP-EBT benefits.
Vinton Farmers’ Market
The Vinton Farmers’ Market is located on Lee Avenue in downtown Vinton. Since 1988 the market has provided a convenient location for local farmers to sell fresh produce, home-made baked goods, jam, jellies, greenery, handmade crafts, flowers, and plants. The Vinton Farmers Market, recently renovated, features twenty-four covered stalls with tables for vendors and forty-four free parking spaces for customers. The market area also features a permanent stage at which concerts and special events are held throughout the year. Special events promote the market, the vendors, the downtown, and the Vinton community. The market is owned and operated by the Town of Vinton. The market is supervised by the Town of Vinton Special Programs Coordinator (540-983-0613), 814 E. Washington Ave., Vinton, Virginia 24179.
Rocky Mount Farmers Market
The Farmers’ Market at Citizen Square is at the heart of historic downtown Rocky Mount and the gateway to the Crooked Road, Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail. The market is surrounded by unique shops, Franklin County’s main library and an abundance of Rocky Mount history. The market is a focal point of relaxation, recreation, celebration and commerce for Rocky Mount and Franklin County. The market, located at 435 Franklin Street, is open Monday through Saturday from 6 AM to 5 PM and features a variety of fresh produce, home baked goods, arts, crafts, plants, fresh cut flowers, honey, greenery, jams, jellies and a variety of other seasonal items. The market is fully handicapped accessible and features restrooms that are open during the regular hours of operation and a concession stand that is used during special events. The Farmers’ Market is also used for special events and many of the festivals and events held in Rocky Mount are at the Farmers’ Market.
Catawba Farmers Market
Located at the Catawba Community Center (4965 Catawba Creek Rd.) off Rt. 311 near The Homeplace Restaurant and General Store. Open Thursdays (3:30-7 p.m.) beginning May 16. Check out our great selection of fresh, locally-grown vegetables, herbs, flowers, honey, gourds, fruit and nuts, plants, meats, eggs, jams, baked goods & ready-to-eat foods. Local residents also offer a varied selection of handicrafts ranging from baskets, jewelry, pottery, locally produced cookbooks, barnwood-framed photography, and notecards. Kids craft class (small charge). Music most weeks. Other special events planned throughout the year. Playground and picnic tables, plus wonderful mountain views. The Catawba Market is known as the friendliest market around! For current information on available products, music and special events, see our Facebook page.
Botetourt Family Farms Market
Botetourt Family Farms unite people seeking to promote their agricultural products and to support each other’s efforts through education and encouragement. A Saturday farmer’s market is held throughout the growing season (April to October) at Ikenberry’s Orchard where local farmers showcase and sell their resources. We work to bring you healthy grass fed livestock, free-range poultry and eggs, and produce in season. Our goal is to provide our customers with superb alternative choices in meat, poultry, and eggs, as well as quality breeding stock. We are a cooperative association of independent small, family farms in the county. We run a Saturday Farmers’ Market, offer classes, and are open to cooperative projects of interest to farmers.
Covington Farmers Market
The Covington Farmers Market is open May through the middle of October. This market is for growers of vegetables, produce, fruit and plants. Open Wednesdays (2-6pm) and Saturdays (8am-1pm). Located on the corner of Rt. 60 and Main Street in downtown Covington.
Blacksburg Farmers Market
Friends of the Farmers Market is a voluntary group of citizens who provide support to the Blacksburg Farmers Market and local community through development, educational programs about benefits of locally grown food and sustainable agriculture, as well as special events that enhance its role as a community gathering place with in the region. The Blacksburg Farmers Market is open: April 1-Oct 31 (Sat 9am-2pm & Wed 2pm-7pm).
Floyd Community Market
The Floyd Community Market is now open in downtown Floyd.