What's Available at Decatur's Saturday Farmers Market?

The market operates 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday near Decatur High School.

Here's what you can purchase Saturday morning at the Decatur Farmers Market. It's held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. next to Decatur High School, at North McDonough Street and West Trinity Place.

Apparently the forecasters are predicting rain tomorrow. We will have a market anyway. Here are the vendors we expect to be there. This could change of course.

King of Pops will not be at market tomorrow.

La Calavera Bakery will be returning with their Croissants, raw truffles, sprouted bread, sourdough, brioche and more made with organic ingredients.

Hidden Springs Farm
will not be there with honey and eggs.

Formaggio is back with regional cheeses, olives, and more delectable edibles.

We are expecting Mountain Earth Farms to join us for their first time tomorrow. They will have strawberries, kale, mustard green, lettuces, and potatoes.

Watsonia Farm will be back with strawberries and maybe asparagus,

Tomorrow our farmers will have turnips, greens, beets, onions,  arugula, cilantro, carrots, lettuce, radishes, and more fresh produce.

Zocalo will spice it up with their savory salsas and tamales.

Jennifer's Pesto will be serving some fine pestos.

Low Low Dog Biscuits will have organic treats for your canine friends.

The market accepts debit, credit and EBT cards. We double the value of SNAP benefits through the generosity of Wholesome Wave Georgia.
the Saturday market is located at the corner of N. McDonough St. and E. Trinity Place 1 block south of the square next to Decatur High School. Plenty of free parking in the Calloway Building lot at the corner of Trinity Place and Commerce Dr. The entrance is off Commerce Dr.

Mazziejc1 April 20, 2013 at 02:15 PM
Is it cash only?
Ralph Ellis April 20, 2013 at 03:49 PM
Some vendors take cards.
Decaturette April 27, 2013 at 12:04 AM
But it's mostly cash. I try to hit the ATM before going. They sell tokens that you can pay for by credit card but there's a fee.
Ralph Ellis April 27, 2013 at 01:05 PM
Thanks, Decatur Mom.


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