Cobblestone Farmers Markets

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Cobblestone Farmers Market Local produce kidsCobblestone Farmers Market opens for the 2019 season on April 6 in Old Salem. Once on the cobblestones at Third Street and Patterson (across the street from Krankies Coffee), but today the market sets up on Saturdays at Old Salem from 8:30 am – noon. Many have eagerly awaited the reopening of this all-local, producers-only market that features mostly organic farmers and all are screened for sustainable, healthy and humane practices.

Cobblestone Farmers Market At Old Salem!

You can enjoy fresh local produce, meats and eggs in beautiful historic Old Salem Saturdays from 8:30 am – noon. Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market was voted #11 best farmers market in America by U.S. News Travel. Find unexpected treats at this market, like fresh gelato and live music from musical guests such as the Twin City Buskers.

Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market is located adjacent to the Single Brothers’ Garden and behind T. Bagge Merchant. An ATM is available. In its first year, 2012, the opening day of the market had over 1,600 visitors! We are so excited about the restoration of the traditional food system in our community. Support local farmers! Get there early for fresh eggs and the best selection. Don’t forget to turn in your empty egg cartons to recycle them and help the farmers even more.

EBT Funds Accepted

Operated by Cultivate Piedmont, a program of the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, Cobblestone Farmers Market is the only farmers market that accepts EBT and WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and matching funds are available.

Read our full list of area farmers markets

Learn more about the history behind Cobblestone Market in this video:

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About The Author:

Kristi was born and raised just up the road in Mount Airy (a.k.a. Mayberry) and frequented Winston-Salem often growing up for school field trips, shopping, and dining. After attending Appalachian State University, and a brief stint living in Southern Virginia, Kristi returned to Winston-Salem, NC in 1999 and began her work in non-profit, public relations and writing. She and her family enjoy the convenience of living near downtown Winston-Salem. She enjoys the arts, photography and cooking. "I'm a small town girl at heart, but Winston-Salem isn't an overwhelming city. It is rich with friendly people, history, culture and has a vibrant art community and that is why I am proud to call this "My Winston-Salem!"

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