Summer fun means grilling out, picnics, camping and fun. You can find everything you need for summer meals from our local farmers. Grab some summer squash for grilling to go along with locally raised meat from one of our meat … Continue reading
Every Wednesday from now until the end of October you will find your farmers and bakers in Shelby Park from 3:30-7:00pm. For 6 months out of the year you can buy your cheese, bread, meat and veggies locally grown!
Grand Opening Fun May 17th Join us on May 17th from 3:30-7:00pm for live music, face painting and a petting zoo! Plan to picnic for dinner with one of our food trucks and shop local for your weekly groceries.
Honey from one of our local farmers at the East Nashville Farmers Market is pure and natural! It is much more than a sweetener. Honey is known for its healing properties and health benefits, and local honey is used to … Continue reading
The East Nashville Farmers Market Fall Fest was a hit! The petting zoo, pumpkin painting and face painting were popular with kids of all ages. New this year was the market piñata! Children lined up to hit it big with … Continue reading
The Annual East Nashville Farmers Market Fall Fest is this Wednesday, September 21st and we are looking forward to our best one yet! Our vendors will be having a decorating contest to make things even more festive! There will be … Continue reading
Produce from our local farmers at the East Nashville Farmers Market in the fall is a wonderful mixture of the best of summer and the best of the cooler weather. Green onions, radishes, lettuces and leafy greens are back, and … Continue reading
Mark your calendars for the annual East Nashville Farmers Market Fall Fest September 21! The weather is cooling off at night and summer is making its farewell. In East Nashville, that means we’re getting ready for the annual Fall Fest! … Continue reading
The best of the summer vegetables are at the market now, and soon it will be winter. What do these two things have in common? Freezing and preserving your farmers market purchases! I’m not one who loves to can or … Continue reading
From August 7- August 13, Farmers Markets across the country will celebrate National Farmers Market Week. The impact of these farmer direct to consumer transactions have more impact than you would think on our local economy and farmland. Farmers Markets … Continue reading