Against the backdrop of live music performed by the local Strum Sum band and free tastings of local food prepared by chef Chris Foley and culinary students from Greenbrier West High School, members of the Lewisburg Farmers Market will mix and mingle this Friday evening from 5-8 p.m. at the Visitors Center to promote the Market and LFM projects.
Several of our five generation farm families will be on hand. A silent auction with interesting purchases at all price points will raise money that funds LFM programs. In 2018 the LFM focus is on youth and tradition, serving the whole Greenbrier County community from Rainelle to White Sulphur Springs, and from Summit Lake to Second Creek. Stop in and talk with us about what will be happening during growing season in 2018, what statewide changes to all farmers markets are in the works, and learn why fresh local food tastes better, is better, and is more nutritious.
The Lewisburg Farmers Market will begin this season on April 14, and following Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot between the post office and the Lewisburg United Methodist Church, where in season vendors have bread, baked goods, Persian food, greens, vegetables, herbs, pork, poultry, game bird meat, lamb, beef, eggs, chair massage, handmade wearables, crafts, and kid’s activities, and the LFM Popup Café. LFM accepts SNAP, EBT, Senior Coupons and credit cards.