Join us to celebrate the first day of autumn this Wednesday with your local farmers at the East Nashville Farmers Market Fall Festival! We’ll have kids’ activities, petting zoo, pumpkins, and some of Nashville’s best food trucks serving kid-friendly and vegetarian dinner options of the grassy lawn. Plus, a stellar musical lineup presented by our sponsor the Basement East. And don’t forget all your locally-grown fall favorites like kale, butternut squash, and sweet potatoes, plus late-summer gems like sweet corn, tomatoes, and eggplant. Celebrate the first day of autumn this Wednesday with sunshine and neighbors at the East Nashville Farmers Market Fall Festival.

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Kid’s can experience a real antique tractor for photo opportunities at the ENFM Fall Festival.

Last year at our Fall Festival, kids really enjoyed activities such as painting pumpkins, petting farm animals, and sitting on an antique tractor for photo ops with mom and dad. This year, we will have all the same activities for our younger shoppers to experience, so bring the little ones to the Fall Festival to celebrate agriculture and the first day of autumn.

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Painting pumpkins is a popular kids’ activity at the ENFM Fall Festival.

We are proud to host live musical acts at our farmers’ market and are so very fortunate to have a local venue like the Basement East as one of our sponsors for 2015. These guys will be presenting a stellar musical lineup for the Fall Festival from 3:30 to 7pm: Beau James, Austin James, Alana Sweetwater, Jake Anderson, and Shawn Conerton. Don’t miss it!

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We’re stoked to hear awesome musical lineup presented by the Basement East!

Last but certainly not least, the best way to celebrate the first day of autumn is with seasonal produce grown by our local farmers. Our market booths will be displaying tables of freshly-harvested fall produce such as kale, collards, turnip greens, butternut squash, sweet potatoes, and chard. Plus, get your late-summer vegetables while you still can, like cherry tomatoes, sweet corn, yellow squash and zucchini, eggplant, and more. Come celebrate the first day of autumn with great food, family, friends, and neighbors, at the East Nashville Farmers Market Fall Festival.

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Greens are back at the East Nashville Farmers Market!

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