One of Huntsville’s favorite farmers markets comes back next week.
From March 13 through November 13, you’ll be able to find all your favorite local produce at the Market at MidCity every Sunday. That’s 34 chances to buy some local produce and support area farmers and artisans.
Get the full scoop on the Market + 3 other Huntsville spots with farm-fresh produce right here:
1. The Market at MidCity
The Market at MidCity hosts dozens of vendors each year. For an idea of what to expect, here are some local vendors who have sold at the Market in the past:
- Henry’s Family Farm
- Hilltop Lavender Farm
- Knox Woodwork
- Midway Mushrooms
- Piper & Leaf Artisan Tea
- Suzy’s Popsicles
- Sweet Thyme Bakery
It’s the Market’s policy for local farmers to be the focus point, so 70% of the vendors are farmers and food sellers. The other 30% are local artisans and non-food vendors.
2. S & J Produce Farms
Though S & J hasn’t announced an official date yet, they’re planning to open their doors again in March after being closed since November. Go there for pick-your-own zinnias and sunflowers, as well as farmers market favorites like berries, tomatoes, squash and more.
3. Scott’s Orchard
Scott’s Orchard is serving the Hazel Green community with fresh apples, peaches and more. Pick up fresh fruit there, or buy an apple or peach tree to grow your own produce at home.
4. Oakwood Farms Market
Oakwood Farms is Oakwood University’s on-campus farm. Shop online or on campus at Oakwood Farms Market for classic farmers market fruits and veggies as well as other grocery products under the Oakwood Farms label.
Will you be visiting the Market at MidCity? Tell us about your finds on social media by tagging @hvilleblast and using #hvilleblast.