A Winston-Salem Tradition since 1974
The Farmers Market at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds is Forsyth County’s longest-running source for locally raised fruits, vegetables and proteins. Market vendors also offer flowers, handmade baskets, cakes & pies, fresh baked breads, jams & jellies, honey, crafts and much more.
Open every Saturday on the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds
6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Enter through the parking area off of 27th Street.
Annual “Aw Shucks” corn-shucking contest to benefit Samaritan Ministries
The Fairgrounds Farmers Market is looking for participants of all ages to compete for a share of $200 in prize money during its fourth annual “Aw Shucks!” corn shucking contest on Saturday, July 16, at 9 a.m. There is no charge to enter and all the corn shucked during the contest will be donated to the Samaritan Inn Soup Kitchen
The contest is open to all ages. Contestants will compete in two age groups: 12 and under; and over 12. Contestants will compete for prizes of $50, $30 and $20 for first, second and third places in each age group.
The deadline for entries is Tuesday, July 12. To enter, fill out the online entry form. For more information call (336) 655-9785 or send an email to email@example.com
Also coming up on Aug. 6:
14th annual Salsa Contest.
The Fairgrounds Farmers Market will host the 14th Annual Tomato Salsa Contest on Aug. 6. Cash prizes of $50, $30 and $20 will be awarded for first, second and third place respectively. An entry form will be posted closer to the event.