Although November 20, 2021 was the last day of the season to promote the market, it remains available for vendors to set up on their own. You may find a few of our regular vendors selling produce, baked goods and gift baskets in the upcoming weeks.
The City of Greenville will begin promoting the market in the spring.
Executive Order GA-34 strongly encourages individuals to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth wherever it is not feasible to maintain social distancing. There is no longer a mandate for the wearing of a face covering.
From vine-ripened juicy tomatoes to Halloween pumpkins, you'll find fresh farm-to-you produce and seasonal products at the Farmers Market in downtown Greenville. Seasonal local and Texas produce.
Gift baskets during the holiday season may include apples from Washington state.
Stall space for vendors selling agricultural-based products is free on a first-come, first-served basis, Mon-Fri. A $10 stall space is charged on Saturdays from 9 a.m. - noon during market season. Vendors must be pre-approved to sell on Saturday mornings.
Products at the Farmers Market include fresh seasonal local and Texas produce, locally raised meats, farm fresh eggs, honey, jams, pickles, breads, baked goods, soaps and more. The market is located at 2203 Lee Street in downtown Greenville.