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Farmers markets to explore around Winston-Salem

Pack your reusable shopping bags, because we’ve rounded up seven farmers markets in and around Winston-Salem.

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Pick up homegrown brands you can’t find on store shelves.

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Get ready to fill up your reusable shopping bags with fruits and veggies, Winstonians. In the spirit of supporting all things local, we’ve rounded up seven farmers markets in the Winston-Salem area where you’ll find fresh food, live music, and local vendors.

Cobblestone Farmers Market, 1007 Marshall St. SW | Saturdays, April-Dec. + Wednesdays during the summer | Saturday 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Wednesday 8:30-11 a.m.

  • Features: This producers-only market is filled with vendors who meet sustainable, naturally grown, humane practices. Home compost drop-off is available on site + the market frequently has live music.
  • Parking: Free street parking, and in lots across the street at The Enrichment Center + Novant Health Gateway Family Medicine — pro tip: get there early before the lot fills up
  • Space: Outdoors

Clemmons Farmers Market, 1150 S. Peace Haven Rd., Clemmons | Saturdays, May 11-Sept. 28 | 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

  • Features: ~50 vendors sell homegrown produce, plants, and other handmade crafts + foods
  • Parking: Free
  • Space: Outdoors on the field at Jerry Long Family YMCA
Assortment of different-colored vegetables are in bins on a table. There is a scale behind them in the table.

Eating the rainbow is easy to do with locally grown goods.

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Community Farmers Market, Forsyth Tech (campus locations differ) | Twice monthly on Wednesdays, April 24-Oct. 23 | 11a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: Fresh, locally grown produce is available for free
  • Parking: Free, location varies
  • Space: Outdoors

Fairgrounds Farmers Market, 2532 Farmers Market Way | Saturdays, year-round | 6 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: 30+ vendors sell locally grown fruits, vegetables, proteins, as well as crafts, flowers, jellies, and baked goods — SNAP benefits accepted
  • Parking: Free — enter from 27th Street
  • Space: Indoors in open-air building
A person in a yellow shirt is standing behind a table with fresh produce. Some vegetables are in woven baskets. The table is covered with a red tablecloth.

Get to know who grows your food.

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Farm to Face Farmers Market, 1712 Brandon Farm Rd., Clemmons | Monday-Saturday, year-round | 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

  • Features: The owner of the roadside stand sources seasonal produce, including pumpkins and Christmas trees
  • Parking: Free in the lot at the stop light with Lewisville Clemmons Rd. (across from West Forsyth High School)
  • Space: Outdoors

Fair Share Farm Barn Store, 3868 Transou Rd., Pfafftown | Tuesday-Saturday, year-round | 12-6 p.m. Tuesday-Friday + 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday

  • Features: Shop produce from the farm and baked goods, pantry items, dairy, and protein from local partners. If you don’t have time to shop, you can register to shop the online farm stand and pick up items.
  • Parking: Free
  • Space: Covered in open-air barn

Kernersville Farmers Market, 134 E. Mountain St., Kernersville | Wednesdays + Saturdays, May-Oct. | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: Farm-fresh eggs, relishes, jams, honey, and baked goods are available in addition to farm-grown produce, plants, and farm-raised meats
  • Parking: Free at Rotary Park
  • Space: Partially covered (under shelter)

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