Coming up at the Market…

Open Saturdays all-year long, hours: 8am – 2pm.
Open Tuesdays April through December, hours: 10am – 2pm

Carolina Country Magazine gives “Best of” honor to the New Bern Farmer’s Market!

The New Bern Farmer’s Market has been declared a state-wide “best of” destination in December’s issue of Carolina Country Magazine. Per the article, The New Bern Farmers Market “adds a festive feel to the town’s downtown. Open on Saturdays year-round from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (and on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. from April through December), the market features more than 75 vendors. Farm products such as alpaca products and fiber, wines from local vineyards, pastured meats, fresh vegetables, field-grown flowers, and honey abound. Baked good and other edibles are available. Added to the mix is an array of handcrafted products, jewelry and other specialty items.”  One  reader commented, “it is a wonderful, bustling market. Fresh veggies and plenty of vendors”.  Come see for yourself!

OPEN Saturday Jan 4 8am-2pm
TWOS2DAY Market CLOSED til Apr.
Thank you to our many loyal customers who have been with us all this past year!

Saturday January 11th, 8am-2pm
Fiber Day! Alpaca and sheep fiber products…
Knitting, Crocheting, Smocking, Felting Demos
Fiber Spinning, Sheep Shearing and more!

Saturday, January 18th, 8am-2pm
Winter Vegetables, Winter Knitted Scarves, Winter Felted Hats, Winter Crocheted Throws,
Homegrown, Handmade, Unique!

Saturday, January 25th, 8am-2pm
Feast on Cupcakes all day!
Can be bought individually or Buy a box and fill with Delicious, homemade, Beautiful, Cupcakes!

Saturday, February 1st, 8am-2pm
Tasting Bowls 6/$5.
Take-Home Bowls $5.
Try them all, then Vote for your Favorite!

Saturday, Feb. 8, 8am-2pm
Chocolate & Jewelry Day

Saturday, Feb. 22, 8am-2pm
Mardi Gras

Saturday, Mar. 7, 8am-2pm
Vendor Chili Cook-Off

Saturday, Mar 14, 8am-2pm
“Wearing of the Green”

Saturday, Apr. 11, 8am-2pm
“Easter Bonnet Contest”

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Remember: SNAP can be used to buy edible plants and herbs including backyard vegetable garden bedding plants!