Here are the vendors for April 29:
FOOD AND PLANTS:
Divine Pies Bakery
TLC International Cup of Care (coffee, breakfast rolls)
Growing High Point (local produce)
H&A Farms (local produce)
Gann Family Farms (local produce)
Michaud Family Farms (starter plants, crafts)
Rootbound Houseplants and More
Pee Dee Orchards (strawberries) - supplies limited -- come early
Sunflower Hill Farm (pastured lamb, honey, garlic)
Petit Green Giants (microgreens)
Sheraton Park Farms (poultry, pork, beef, honey, eggs)
Nana's Veggie Muffins
Sweet Morning Farms (jams, jellies, relishes, pickles)
Julienned and Seed (bird seeds)
Judy's Rag Rugs
Stitching Sawdust (sewn items)
Living Well (soaps, lotions, wax melts)
Ted Beesley (woodworking)
V's Designs and Accessories (jewelry)
MBCA Crafts and Accessories (jewelry)
Polly Blue Art (paintings)
Walking Stix Way (walking sticks)
Bobby Blackburn (birdhouses, wood crafts)
JWM Crafts (charcuterie boards)
Taro Botanicals (soaps, bath salts, lotions)
JR's Crafts - (decorated plates and bottles)
Designs by E (decorated tumblers)
Joni's Crafts (stained glass)
Live Music: Jordan Smith
Food Truck: Munchies and Sophie's Italian Ice
This Saturday's community partners are: A Simple Gesture and Family Services of the Piedmont.
Health Screenings: HPU's School of Pharmacy staff will provide blood pressure and blood sugar checks. Have questions about your prescriptions? Bring your current medications and staff will review them with you.
Attention all kids ages 4 - 12
Bring your grown-up to the Farmers Market table to find out about the Power of Produce (PoP), a new program we have this Market season. PoP participants will receive $3 in PoP tokens each Saturday to spend at one of our food or plant vendors. You can spend them then, or save them up each week to buy something bigger...like a watermelon! You'll learn about selecting fresh and healthy food AND about saving money and planning your purchases. PLUS -- the first 25 PoP kids each Saturday will get a take home craft or activity.
The PoP program is made possible with funding from the Greater High Point Food Alliance. For more information about PoP, e-mail Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, you can call her at (336) 883-3667.
The Farmers Market accepts EBT (SNAP) and offers a Double the Bucks program thanks to generous donations by Bethany Medical and the Lenny Peters Foundation.
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 $15 in fresh produce each Saturday.
Each Saturday, Friends of the High Point Public Library offer gently used books for sale. Hardbacks are $1 and paperbacks are 50 cents. All proceeds support library projects and programs.
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!