The Alderson Community Market will be open every Tuesday from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Visitors Center (the old Gulf station), by the Greenbrier River, on Route 3/12, near the old bridge.
Meet our Vendors:
- TL Fruits and Vegetables, by Tommye Lou Rafes, assisted by Marrianne Blakeslee, Kathy Beauchamp and Dorothy Lee.
- Pie in the Sky Farm, by Evey and Jim Frerotte, selling homemade soaps, homemade jams and jellies, plants and vegetables.
- Sunset Berry Farm, by Jennifer and Kent Gilkerson, specializing in fresh strawberries, in addition to vegetables later on.
- Dogwood Farm, by Anne Brown, specializing in pork products, as well as vegetables, beeswax candles, baked goods and birdseed suet cakes.
- Sprouting Farms, by Alex Ogrinz, Beth Ryan and April Koenig, specializing in fresh vegetables and plants.
- Fruits of Labor, by Tammy Jordan, specializing in popular baked goods.
- Azimuth Organics, by Tim Peregoy, specializing in fresh vegetables.
- Weikle/Smith Farm, by Deb and Dave Weikle and Frances Smith, specializing in vegetables and plants.
- Kensinger Family Farm, by Mary Kensinger and family, specializing in popular baked goods.
- Katie Kensinger, selling Tupperware as a fundraiser for the Alderson Public Library.
Because of the enthusiasm for our Mothers Day basket raffle, there will be a Father’s Day basket raffle, with items donated by Vendors. Buy from a Vendor, get a raffle ticket. There will also be fun, with music and activities for children. On May 28, Robert Wilson will be playing the clarinet. Several Vendors will also be accepting Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Vouchers, SNAP, SNAP Stretch, and WIC cards.
This is a great place to connect local growers with folks wanting good, affordable food and quality household items. These events are presented by the Alderson Community Food Hub.
If you’re interested in becoming a vendor at the market, contact Rick Allen at 681-318-3125, by email at email@example.com, or by visiting us on Facebook @Alderson Community Food Hub.