High Point Farmers Market
April 23 - October 29
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - rain or shine!
The Market is operated by the High Point Public Library,
a department of the City of High Point.
Our mission is to promote a healthy lifestyle
and a sense of community in a family-friendly gathering place.
You'll find us at 901 N Main Street.
The 2022 Farmers Market is sponsored by our friends at Bethany Medical.
Here are the vendors for May 28:FOOD AND PLANTS:Bernie's Berries (strawberries)
Pee Dee Orchards (strawberries)
Gann Family Farms (produce)
Growing High Point (produce)
H&A Farms (produce)
Sheraton Park Farms (poultry, pork, beef, honey)
Tom Snyder Farms (beef, pork)
It's a Cake Walk (cakes, cookies, pies, bars)
A Step Beyond Bakery
Heats & Sweets (hot sauces and baked goods)
TLR International Cup of Care (coffee and breakfast rolls)
Old South Kettle Corn (kettle corn and lemonade)
Sophie's Italian Ice
Root Bound Houseplants and More
See Angel Flowers (cut flowers)
Thyme to Grow (bedding plants)
Joy Homemade Dog Treats
Loretta's Doormats and More
Beaded Creations (jewelry, tote bags)
J.R.'s Crafts (decoupage plates and bottles)
Graceful Forest (soaps, oils, candles, sprays, bath bombs)
Cooper's Cool Jewels (jewelry)
Susan O'Leary Pottery
Bobby Blackburn (woodworking)
Just For You (small purses)
Fabled Forest (wood wall decor, ornaments)
Wood It Be (woodworking)
Ivory & Elk (jewelry)
Something Special (blankets)
MBCA Crafts and Accessories (jewelry)
Judy's Rugs from Rags
Friends of the High Point Public Library will have gently used books for sale. Hardbacks are $1 and paperbacks are 50 cents. All proceeds support library projects and programs.
Our Community Partners for May 28 areStaff from these agencies will be on hand to answer questions and share information about the ways they are helping our community.
City of High Point's Recycling Division and
A Simple Gesture
Interested in learning about tomato trellising?
Join Mark Taylor at 10:00 am at the library's Teaching Garden for a short demonstration of this gardening technique. The Teaching Garden is at the N Elm Street side of the parking lot.
Cooking demonstrations this Saturday by staff
from Guilford County Cooperative Extension.
Stop by the Charlie Cart and learn some tips about preparing seasonal produce. Demonstrations will take place throughout the morning.
FYI...The Farmers Market accepts EBT (SNAP) and offers a Double the Bucks program thanks to generous donations by Bethany Medical and the Greater High Point Food Alliance.
How does Double the Bucks work? Bring your EBT card to the Farmers Market table and we'll double whatever amount you put on your EBT card. For example, $5 on your EBT card = $10 in Farmers Market tokens.
Plus -- Guilford Community Cares Network clients can use their GCCN orange cards and a photo ID to get $10 in fresh produce each Saturday.
We are dog friendly! Well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome. Stop by the Farmers Market table with your pup for pats, a treat, and free poop-bag holder.
See you at the Market!
High Point Public Library
901 N. Main St
High Point, NC 27262
Lee Gann: 336.689.4463