Weekly Events At The Market

EBT accepted and DOUBLED.

Go to the market tent to swipe your card and get double

the money to spend on food!

 

Kid Vendor Day August 1st

Children 14 and under may have a FREE booth.

Contact Market Manager to reserve a free space for your child's crafts and food.

 

August 12th Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest

Amateurs and Professionals compete for prizes and bragging rights

Kids most accurate

Adults most accurate

Adults furthest

 

August 22nd Ice Cream Social with locally made gelato and toppings

 

POP is Power of Produce for KIDS 12 & under

Kids participate in a healthy food activity

and get a passport and $2 to spend at Market

August 1st is "Make a Potato Pet"

August 15th "ZUCCHINI RACES!!!"

 

Food Prep Quick & Healthy classes

Every 1st and 3rd Saturdays

Learn tips from Ken Eddleston or

Michelle Lewis as they

demonstrate techniques.

 

Local LIve Music most Saturdays

 


Cotton Mill Farmers Market

Every Saturday through October

8 a.m.  to 12 noon, rain or shine
Parking Lot: 401 Rome Street, Carrollton, GA 30117
 

Only Local Vendors offering

Locally Grown and Made Food

From fresh produce to canned goods, chemical free alternatives, and products from local crafters and artisans, here is a list of products that are offered at the farmers market on a regular basis:

 

  • Vegetables, fruits, herbs
  • Grass finished beef and pork; Grain finished beef
  • Farm-fresh eggs
  • Handmade Soap
  • Jams & jellies
  • Salsas and relishes
  • Breads and pastries
  • Honey
  • Local goat milk cheese: Chevre and Feta
  • Live plants: herbs, cut flowers, and ornamentals
  • Pottery
  • Wood utensils
  • Crocheted clothing
  • Rustic furniture; Walking sticks
  • Shade grown, fair trade, organic coffee

Cotton Mill Farmers Market

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