Historic Seventh Avenue District Farmers' Market - a Special Event of the Apple Festival


The Historic Seventh Avenue District is proud to announce our sixth annual Farmers’ Market Sunday, September 6, 2015 on Maple Street in front of the Historic Train Depot. This market is a Special Event of the Apple Festival. In addition to our farmers, you will be delighted with the added bonus of Artisans whose unique work comes from the farm! You can purchase everything you need for your Labor Day meals! We have organic and non-organic food vendors. Your mouth will water over the exciting variety of fruits and vegetables that will be available from local producers of fine edible and drinkable fare! We have pasture raised pork, beef and chicken. Wait until you taste the gourmet gelato made from goats’ milk. Local honey! Jams! Jellies! Local Wine from Saint Paul's Winery! Local “Hard” Cider from Hard Rock Cider! Our farmers are offering everything from food and drink for the table to plants for your yard!

Our artisans are offering an exciting variety of work. We have local sheep farmers who make their own yarn and then produce their own goods. One couple uses vines from the forest to make beautiful arbors and unique plant holders. We offer you hand carved woodwork, sculptors to drum makers! Music to a storyteller - this is just a small sample of the surprises waiting for you.

The hours are 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The Trolley Company of Hendersonville will be running a special trolley between Jackson Park and Main Street with stops at the Farmers’ Market! Also, we have free parking in the 7th Avenue area. Log onto our website at www.historic7thave.com for additional information. Have questions? Call Velma at 828-692-2883.

Maple Street at the Historic Train Depot

Hendersonvlle, NC

One Day Only
Phone Number:
(828) 692-2883
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