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Williamsburg Farmers Market opens for 2013

First Market of 2013

This Saturday is the first opening of the year for the Williamsburg Farmers Market which will be full of winter produce, Valentine gifts, customers, volunteers, friends, visitors and vendors. The next market is a month away so this is the opportunity to buy products that can only be found at the market..  This Saturday is the first opening of the year for the Williamsburg Farmers Market which will be full of winter produce, Valentine gifts, customers, volunteers, friends, visitors and vendors. The next market is a month away so this is the opportunity to buy products that can only be found at the market.. 

Click on Vendors to see the full list of 30 attending vendors and their products.

Some items to look for include :

Crab Dip – VA Blue Crab

Boiled Peanuts – Bacon’s Castle Peanuts

Valentine Cookies – Betsy’s Cookies

French Macarons – Wendy Renee

Desserts for Two – Lucille’s Bakery

Micro-greens –  Evergreen Springs

Hot Cider – Aromas

Artisan Pumpernickle Bread –Apprentice Chefs

Winter Greens – KelRae Farm and Evergreen Springs

Cheese hearts – Old Church Creamery

Pet Grass – Evergreen Springs

Knife sharpening – Pete’s Knife Sharpening

Where: In Merchants Square on Duke of Gloucester Street Between Henry and Boundary Streets
402 W. Duke of Gloucester

When: Saturday, February 9

8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Open rain, snow or shine

PARKING: Prince George Street Garage is open for $1/hour. The FRANCIS STREET parking lot will continue to be FREE on Saturday 8:00 a.m. until Noon. All other lots are posted as one hour or two hour parking and are patrolled from 8:00 a.m.

More info here

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