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***Two more weeks of your favorite Farmer's Market!***
News and Announcements
Our hours are 8 am - NOON each Saturday through October 29th.
We love to provide you with the very best of local food!
Come see our local artists

"Crafter's Alley"
October 29th!

Holiday Markets Dec 3rd and 17th Holiday Markets
  • December 3rd, 9-2
  • December 17th, 9-2
Winter Markets
(at the Mineral VFW)
  • January 7th, 9-2
  • January 21st, 9-2
  • February 4th, 9-2
  • February 18th, 9-2
  • March 4th, 9-2
  • March 18th, 9-2
  • April 1st, 9-2
  • April 15th, 9-2
Mineral Farmer's Market

The Mineral Farmer's Market is open Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM from April 30 through October 29.We'll take November off, then host TWO Holiday Markets! These special markets will be outside, at our regular location. In January, we'll join our partners at the Mineral VFW and start bi-monthly indoor/outdoor Winter Markets.
Here's what to expect when you come:

  • Your leashed dog is welcome, but please be responsible for him.
  • Breakfast items and lunch items are available across the street at the Church of the Incarnation. (Also restrooms!)
  • We invite you to follow our facebook page on Fridays before Market for an updated list of vendors and to see what's available, so you can best plan your trip.
We do hope you'll come and pick up the freshest, most local food we can bring to you and your family.

Lastly, we cheerfully accept SNAP/EBT (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) and P(andemic)-EBT cards. And through grant monies, we can match your purchases with up to $30 in fruits and veg per week! Read more: See the Market Manager, Becky, to use your card.

The Mineral Farmer's Market is thriving! We average 30 vendors each Saturday and there always seems to be something new and exciting to look at.

Yup, we're a "Farmer's Market". Our farmers grow what they sell, know what they grow, and are proud of their food. Fresh, locally grown produce is our game, and our veggies are grown thousands of miles closer than some competitors. These same small farms also supply us with pork, chicken, beef, eggs and honey. The Mineral Farmer's Market is also proud of our other producers. Seasonally, you might catch an alpaca wool spinning demonstration, learn about plant care and pest management, try homemade hand-churned ice cream with seasonal fruit (yum!), meet a chicken or a goat, and pick up goat milk soap and other body care treats. There are yard ornaments, honey, herbs and teas, gorgeous flowers and plants available as well as offerings from our talented local bakers. You MUST try the pork sausage, grilling sauces, fabulous jams, jellies and pickles, and take home some homemade tamales. Of course you can sit in the shade of the redbud trees and enjoy a picnic lunch with your friends and family.

�Pat Carrier
The Mineral Farmer's Market.
Picture courtesy of Pat Carrier.

We ask that produce and plant sellers (farmers) sell veggies and plants grown by their hand within the Commonwealth of Virginia, and that bakers sell only things they created.
(No MLMs/resellers/yard sale/flea market items please!)

Questions? Call Becky Vigon at (540) 854-7626.

The Mineral Farmer's Market is grateful for the assistance, promotional materials, and information from:
Come out every Saturday to see what freshly picked produce is available! Make a visit to the Mineral Farmer's Market a regular part of your week!
WHAT TO BUY: Pumpkins, corn, tomatoes, apples, bedding flowers and plants, fresh herbs, microgreens, gourmet mushrooms, carrots, beets, kale, garlic, Swiss chard, lettuces, radishes, onions, potatoes, eggs, chicken, beef, pork, breads, cookies, BBQ sauce, local honey, fruit preserves.

Pete Coen
Thanks to our wonderful volunteers
and customers!
The Mural at the Mineral Farmer's Market
The mural at the Mineral Farmer's Market is based on an original painting by Janice Abercrombie Fitch.
Special thanks to the Whitlock Family
for letting us use their beautiful field; and to the Town of Mineral for its assistance in keeping the field groomed, and for maintaining the awesome mural.
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