farmers market at homestead manor

The Thompson’s Station Farmers Market returns to the Event Barn at Homestead Manor on Wednesday, May 3. The mid-week market takes place each Wednesday until August 30. Applications are now being accepted through March 31 for participating local vendors.

“The Thompson’s Station Farmers Market is such a fun way for community members to shop local,” said Rachel Layton, director of marketing at A. Marshall Family Foods. “It’s perfect for people who want to purchase fresh produce and goods or just hang out with friends and family at beautiful Homestead Manor.”

Vendor registration is available online through EventBrite, here. In order to be accepted as a vendor, products must be homegrown, homemade or home-baked in the local middle Tennessee community. Past vendors have offered a plethora of local produce and products, such as honey, meat, dairy, jams, natural skincare products and more.

“We have such a great selection of vendors at the market,” Layton said. “The main change we’ve made this year is adding two night markets for our friends in the community to enjoy on their way home from work. We’re really excited about it.”

Based off feedback from previous vendors, the market will remain the same this year, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Night markets will take place on May 31 and August 2, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

For more information, visit the website at www.tsfarmersmarket.org. Follow the Facebook and Twitter pages at @ThompsonsStationFarmersMarket to stay up to date on the latest news and information. If you have questions or need to get in contact with someone at the market, you can email info@tsfarmersmarket.org.

About Homestead Manor
Situated on 50 acres of land steeped in local history, the ca. 1819 Homestead Manor property offers a wealth of dining, entertainment and educational opportunities. The seasonal menus at Harvest, the farm-to-table restaurant inside the Antebellum home, promote the chefs’ individualism and ability to turn a nostalgic dish into a modern rendition–creating rich, layered plates brought to life through fresh produce from on-site organic gardens and neighboring farms.

To learn more, go to www.homesteadmanor.com or facebook.com/homesteadmanor.com.

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