Catawba Valley Farmers Market

Address
4965 Catawba Creek Road
Catawba, VA 24070
Region Shenandoah Valley
Locality Roanoke County
Date(s)/Time:
(3:30 PM-7:00 PM)
Phone: (540) 864-5913
Email creeksidedonkeys@tds.net
Website www.facebook.com/pages/Catawba-Valley-Farmers-Market/129469157077509

The Catawba Valley Farmers Market is open Thursdays from 3:30 to 7:00 PM during the months of May through September. We are located at the Catawba Community Center off Rt. 311 near The Homeplace Restaurant, in "downtown" Catawba.  The Appalachian Trail is nearby.

Check out our great selection of fresh, locally-grown vegetables, herbs, honey, fruits, plants, pork & beef, eggs, jams, pickles, breads, and pastries. Local residents also offer a varied selection of handicrafts including gourd birdhouses, baskets, jewelry, wooden lamps & writing pens, pottery, locally produced cookbooks, barnwood-framed photography, candles, milk-based bath & beauty products,  & notecards.

Music, cooking demos, & children's crafts are often featured. Our Facebook page gives weekly updates on foods & crafts available, special events, etc.

The Catawba Community Center is equipped with a picnic shelter with tables and a playground for the kids.  The Farmers Market area & the Community Center (including restrooms) are handicap-accessible.  Parking is free.

Come out to the beautiful Catawba Valley to enjoy local food, arts and crafts, and get to know the local folks who produce these foods and crafts for you!  The Catawba Valley Farmers' Market is known as the friendliest market in the area!




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