Oconee Farmer's Market

Oconee Farmer's Market

Vendors will bring vegetables for the table, plants for the garden, baked goods, jams, eggs from free-range chickens, steaks and other cuts of grass-fed beef, pastas, soaps, and dog biscuits. 

Market hours are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

North Third Street at Main Street is open this year, providing easy access to the large parking lot behind the Courthouse itself.

Support the farmers and other artisans from the community.

Source: Email from event organizers 

This week:


Market Date: September 23, 2017

Oconee Farmers Market









Special Events: Kids Day, Oconee Enterprise, Oconee County Animal Shelter, T-Shirts, Bags

-Kids DayOconee 4-H members will be at the market to paint faces, make balloon animals, and lead crafts for kids at the market. Stop by for a morning filled with family fun!
-Oconee EnterpriseMichael Prochaska, editor of the Oconee Enterprise, will be at the market to take photos and share information about the Oconee Enterprise.
-Oconee County Animal ShelterRepresentatives from the shelter will be at the market selling pottery mugs, pet dishes, pet treats, dog beds, and t-shirts. All proceeds will benefit the shelter.
-T-Shirts: We have t-shirts! Sizes range from adult XS to adult 2XL. Shirts are available in grey, green, and blue and feature the Oconee Farmers Market logo on the front. They are $10 and can be purchased with cash or check payable to the Oconee Farmers Market. Photos of our shirts can be found on our Instagram page.

-Shopping Bags: We also have reusable shopping bags for sale. They are beige bags that feature the Oconee Farmers Market logo on the front in green ink. They are available in a small size ($6) and a large size ($8). Stop by the market manager tent at the market to purchase. They can be purchased with cash or check payable to the Oconee Farmers Market.



-Volunteer Opportunities: Are you interested in volunteering with the Oconee Farmers Market? We are in need of volunteers on Saturdays to help vendors set up and break down their booths. If you are interested, you can visit https://goo.gl/forms/aWcSnRbZ1BMZ7kKw2 for more information and to sign up for a volunteering shift. 
-Feedback Survey: We want to hear from YOU! The Farmers Market board would like to know what your thoughts about the market are. What do you like? What don't you like? What are we missing? This survey only takes a few minutes and your feedback will help us grow our market bigger and better! The survey can be found at https://goo.gl/forms/pRGzkFbWwRyevDHq1
-Social Media Updates: We send out a lot of information about the market via our social medias. They are a great way to stay in the know about what's happening at the market! If you have not followed us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, our usernames are:
  • Facebook: @TheOconeeFarmersMarket
  • Twitter: @TheOconeeFM
  • Instagram: @TheOconeeFarmersMarket
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This Week's Vendors:

From the Farm and Kitchen
-Gifford Argo: turnip greens, collards, green onions, tomatoes, squash and cabbage, preserves
-Latimer Luck Acres: goat's milk soap
-Sandra Bowden: Cakes, baked goods
-J & M Farm Delights: Breads, Muffins, popcorn, cookies
-Covenant Valley Farms: Local Honey, Sourwood Honey, grass-fed Angus beef, free-range eggs, handcrafted lip balms and lotion bars
-Wagon Wheel Ranch: 100%  grass fed, grass finished beef, pasture raised brown eggs
-Mary Ann Simmons: green beans, potatoes, bell peppers, eggplants and cabbage, Chocolate Candy and peanut brittle
-Best Friends Biscuits: all natural, vegetarian dog treats
-Diana and Juan Rubin (il Gelato): pastas, salsas, raviolis, lasagna, eggplants (rollatini and parmigiana) and our gelato
-Hallowed Hawk Farms: lamb meat, sheep milk soap, lamb, wool yarn, blankets
-Sunshine Farm: Broccoli, butternut squash, cucumbers, green beans, peas, onions, sweet potatoes, zucchini, dried apples, jams and empanadas
-Mama Bird's Granola: tamales, granola, gluten free baked items

-Autumn's and Ila's Creations: Cupcakes and cookies
-PawPaw's P-Nuts: boiled peanuts, beef jerky


Saturday, September 23, 2017


Historic Downtown Watkinsville
21 N. Main St.
Watkinsville, GA 30677

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