The High Point Farmers Market provides a variety of high-quality fresh food and handmade goods in an enjoyable community gathering place while hosting family-oriented activities that support healthy nutrition, a healthy community, and physical wellbeing.
The High Point Farmers Market will run from April 17-October 30.
Only food, produce, and plant vendors will be here from April 17-May 8. Craft vendors will begin May 15
Important note for prospective craft vendors: We will be evaluating potential crafts on May 1 and May 8, so please speak with the Farmers Market Manager, Lee Gann-336.689.4463, by April 25 to attend.
For questions, contact Market Manager Lee Gann at 336-689-4463 or email
Please come out to the High Point Public Library to see what our market has for you!
The High Point Farmers Market, located at the High Point Public Library, is open 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday beginning April 17 to October 30 this year. Only food, produce, and plant vendors will be here from April 17-May 8. Craft vendors will begin May 15.
Each week, the High Point Farmers Market features a variety of local fresh produce, seasonal plants and herbs, and handmade crafts.
We accept SNAP benefits (EBT) and also have a Double the Bucks program thanks to several generous donations. How does it work? We will double whatever amount you put on your EBT card. For example, $5 on your EBT card = $10 in Farmers Market tokens.
Tables will be cleaned frequently.
Customers will observe social distancing.
If necessary, Farmers Market staff will limit the number of customers allowed in the vendor area.
Freestanding hand sanitizer stations will be available for public and vendor use.
Masks are available for free at the Farmers Market table for anyone who doesn't have one
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