Greensboro Farmers Curb Market Releases Peak Season Schedule | Eat Drink – Low Calorie Diets Tips

Greensboro, NC, 501 Yanceyville Street. The buzz is back Greensboro Farmers Curb Market, the area’s original and historic farmers’ market with the arrival of high season. Located on the corner of Lindsay and Yanceyville, just steps from downtown Greensboro, the new Greenway offers customers the opportunity to shop fresh and locally directly from the more than 70 suppliers producers from a 100 mile region. All of our food vendors are Health Code certified, We inspect farm and manufacturing facilities and the crafts are handcrafted by the artist.

The year-round Curb Market is a gathering place for the community. “As we have continuously done for nearly 150 years, the Curb Market connects rural and urban communities and supports a tradition of farmers spanning generations while providing opportunities for emerging food and craft entrepreneurs. We have weathered the stock market crash, recession(s) and most recently COVID and remain focused on serving the community as an inclusive meeting place and space for all to have access to fresh food and goods,” notes GFM Managing Director Lee Mortensen.

Pancake breakfast for Ukraine on Saturday, June 18, 8:00-12:00

GFM’s annual Blueberry Pancake celebration with a new twist! This lemon blueberry Pancake Fundraiser is sponsored by Cheesecake by Alex and presented by the Greensboro Farmers Market to support hunger relief in Ukraine lead by World Central Kitchen. One hundred percent of purchases will benefit from this effort. There will be music by singer-songwriters Laura Jane Vincent and free activities for everyone on the lawn. Alex and his team of chefs plan to cook 1,200 pancakes (600 plates) during the 4-hour event with the goal of raising $10,000 for the people of Ukraine.

Discover the Mid-Week Market Celebration Set for Wednesday, June 22, 8am – 12pm

Shop for the freshest twice a week from over ten vendors bringing the freshest fruit and veg, eggs, honey, seafood, beef, microgreens, floral arrangements, and homegrown milk and ice cream. Hot and cold coffee is provided by Borough Coffee, the coffee cyclists! Visitors can register free giveaways every hour! music from the tour Band Watkins 10am – 12 o’clock. School is out with free activities for children in the large carports on Lindsay Street.

Curiosities at the curb on Sunday 26 June, 11am – 3pm

Free entry from 12pm to 3pm. Early Bird Admission 11am-12pm $2 cash at door

Multi-vendor (14 vendors) inside and outside the bazaar featuring attic treasures, barn finds, unique vintage items, antiques, upcycled arts and crafts. Hot dog vendors, ice cream and specialty hot/cold coffees. The early bird ticket includes participation in the raffle. Music of Randy Condor Williams 11am-1pm.

BLT & Tomato Celebration Day on Saturday, July 9, 8:30am-11:30am

Executive Chef Denzell Berry and GFM volunteers team up to offer our popular bacon lettuce and tomato sandwich plate. Neese’s baconmarket tomatoes and International Bakery Piedmont Sourdough. Served with a cucumber and tomato salad. Free Cheerwine for the first 100 customers. $10 per plate donation. Pre-orders can be made in store or on the day of the event while stocks last. Music from the talented singer-songwriter Colin Cutler. Proceeds for Fresh from the Market food safety programs.

Midsummer Celebration on Saturday 30 July, 7:30am-12pm

Shop from the peak of the summer season from a 100 mile region and taste local flavors and straight from the farm to you! Corn, peaches, scuppernongs and more are available from over 70 vendors. All patrons are invited to enjoy Music, 9-11 a.mon the lawn by singer-songwriter Jennifer Alvarado (called 2021 Country Artist of the Year by Indie Star Radio and nominated for many other awards). Free activities for all ages!

Additional free program in June and July: cooking demonstrations/classes, book reading and more!

· Free Cooking Class: Eat the Mediterranean instead of medicine on Saturday, June 25, 10 – 10:30 a.m at the Café Kitchen, pre-registration under

· The Lazy Genius Book Reading and Rapid Fire Q&A Session on Saturday 16 July at 10am

Kendra Adachi is the New York Times Best-selling author by The way of the lazy genius and The Lazy Genius Kitchen. your podcast, The Lazy Genius Podcast, has over 14 million downloads and covers everything from cooking chicken to making friends. As a systems expert and professional enabler, Kendra helps others stop doing what really matters. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and their three children.

· Free activities for children on Saturday 25th + Saturday, July 23, 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m on the Lindsay lawn. Supplies will be provided to plant seeds and craft a t-shirt bag (while supplies last). Age 5+.

About the curb market

The Greensboro Farmers Curb Market is operated and commissioned by Greensboro Farmers Market, Inc. (GFM), a 501c-3 non-profit organization to operate the market and related programs on behalf of the City of Greensboro. The market is open Saturdays 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.mand Wednesdays 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Visit GSO Farmers Market. Org for information.

Summer Arrivals the Curb Market: A free What’s In Season guide is available at the Curb Market. Peaches, melons, figs, scupernongs, squash, corn and tomatoes are favorites in the high season in July.

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