Fairgrounds Farmers Market

For the safety of our vendors & patrons, the Fairgrounds Farmers Market will be closed on Saturday March 14th & following Saturdays until further notice

Customers of the Fairgrounds Farmers Market can contact vendors below to purchase items while the market is temporarily closed. For an alternate location to sell items until the Fairgrounds Farmers Market is open again, vendors can contact Roger Hester at 743-999-0268

Natalie Sevin from Sungold Farm (produce) – 336-834-9950

Virginia Hackley from Ginger Blossoms (cut flowers) 336-813-3874

Jerry Crater from Home Place Farm (eggs & vegetables) 336-813-3874

Wanda Nester from Ground Zero (jewelry) 336-455-1802

William Fulton from The Jugo Bar (Juice Drinks) The JugoBar Facebook

Jill Novack from Jill’s Jam (Jams, bread) 336-830-6825

Carl & Ray Dunn from Grace Meadow Farm (pork, beef, chicken, turkey) 336-351-6121

Dane Cox from Wolf Creek Farm (produce, plants, crafts) 336-430-7138

Rick Cusson from R.C Penn by Design (woodturning) 336-413-8925

Pearline Ballentine – Ballentine Gardens (plants, herbs) 701-640-4928

Neal & Mary Pruitt from Magic Beans (coffee, coffee beans) 336-924-0177

Jessie Rymarchyk from Hippie chick Goods (Handmade soaps, body butter) 315-439-6987

Odell Leak “Pepper Man” (variety of peppers) 336-918-5943

Tommy Dunning from Dunning Farms (meat, sausage, vegetables) 336-971-4045

Lisa Leonard from Lisa’s Homemade Baked Goods (cakes , pies, cookies) 336-865-9347

Kim Ayer & Steve Murphy from Mill River Farm (beef, pork, chicken, produce) 336-351-0935

Jane Holder from Hillcrest Farm (cut flowers, vegetables, blueberries) 3336-998-4244

Anna Gonzalez from Sassafras Farm (vegetables, plants) 336-813-3874

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.

The Fairgrounds Farmers Market Now Accepts SNAP EBT Cards!

Use your SNAP benefits to buy fresh fruits, vegetables and local meat and dairy products.Click here to learn how to use your SNAP benefits at the Farmer’s Market.

Open every Saturday on the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds
6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Enter through the parking area off of 27th Street.




Crafters Space Application

Growers Application