As the gentle rains and warm weather continue to permeate our area, it is producing the dawn of new veggies at the Oxford Farmers Market. Since everything we sell is either homegrown or homemade by our vendors, you always know where your items are coming from.
It is the place to be every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. until noon.
Since this is Memorial Day weekend, be sure to thank a soldier and our local law enforcement for their service and watchful eye as they endeavor to keep us safe.
Last Saturday, we had a bountiful crop of strawberries. We had 1 and 2 quart containers, along with 4 quart baskets. These tantalizing gems lasted until the end of the day, when we sent three baskets back to the farm. Christmas Place Farms will be bringing more this week, so be sure to come get yours.
Our veggie buffet consists of beets, kale, mustard, turnip greens, collards, onions, lettuce, spinach, broccoli and radishes. These items make a delightful meal flanked with Amanda’s beef and chicken products.
We will also have a diverse selection of free range eggs. Gus rounds out this meal with various cakes, pies, and apple, banana nut and zucchini breads.
Miss Judy is returning this week with her beautiful floral bouquets. She and Danny will have a diverse selection of plants for your landscape.
Our Craft department has a variety of items including blessing bracelets, Cindy’s Himalayan lavender scrub, bowl warmers, placemats, aprons, scrubbies, plastic bag holders, crocheted dish cloths, dish towels, tombstone arrangements, and many other things too numerous to mention. For more info, visit and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OxfordMarket.
There are always hidden treasures each week; so, be sure to get up when the clock goes off, grab a jacket and meet your friends at the Oxford Farmers Market.
We’re located at the shed directly across from the Police station on the corner of McClanahan and Lanier Streets. For those coming in from Interstate 85, take exit 206 into Oxford. As you come into town, look for the signs at the CVS store on Williamsboro Street (Highway 158) or on the corner of College and McClanahan Streets.
If you are a farmer and would like to join us, please contact Janis Daniel at 919-603-4493.
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