2018 List of Williamson County Farmer’s Markets

thompson's station farmer's market, tennessee
Thompson's Station Farmer's Market

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Thompson’s Station Farmer’s Market
Location:
“The Barn” at Homestead Manor, 4683 Columbia Pike
When: May 2 – July 25
Hours: 4p-7p every Wednesday

Featuring more than 20 local vendors who have grown, made, baked, raised and crafted their products within a 50 mile radius of the historic property.

Shoppers can expect the same vendors to be present weekly, offering a variety of locally produced goods such as soaps, oils, jewelry, herbs, sweets, breads, honey, jams, fruits and veggies, among others.

Vendors for the 2018 market include A Stitch in Time, And 3 Foods, Anvil Jewelry, Cedar Creek Farm, Eco Diva, Electric Delights, Firefly Essentials, Harmony Lane Farm and Creamery, Great Escape Coffee, Heldman Farms, Hippo Hollow Farms, Homestead Manor Farm, Kola Reina Gourmet Caramels, Kelley’s Berry Farm, LavendergirlTN, Nashville Olive Oil Company, Real Hardwood Creations, Riverbend Nurseries, Simply Traditional, Southern Jerky Co., Southern Ridge Farm, Spring Hill Bakery, Sweetwater Jam and TriaHerbs.

Since the market will be held in the evening, the market encourages you to create your own picnic by bringing blankets and sampling your new goods on the lush 50-acre property! Picnic baskets filled with snacks from Homestead Manor’s restaurant, Harvest, can also be reserved ahead of time by calling the restaurant at (615) 538-6113, and reservations for dining in the restaurant can be made by phone as well. We’ll see you there!

Spring Hill Farmer’s Market
Location:
Harvey Park, 4001 Miles Johnson Parkway
When: May 3 – Sept 27
Hours: 3p-7p every Thursday

The farmers, bakers, and artisans at the Spring Hill Farmer’s Market grow, bake, and make the goods they sell within 50 miles of Spring Hill!

Of note: On the second Thursday of every month the market will move to the Mockingbird Restaurant! Mockingbird head chef will provide cooking demonstrations using locally grown meats and vegetables to give out samples to the public.

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