First Downtown Sevierville Farmers Market of the Season: May 26, 2017

You could tell that Sevierville is ready for summer and the downtown farmer’s market. A warm day brought shoppers and strollers out to Bruce Street. These pictures show a little of what was going on yesterday. Ready for summer!

The hours allow you to also fit in a lunch downtown at Bistro 109 or Courthouse Donuts.

The Sevierville Commons Arts Council members were conducting ‘make and takes’ for young and old alike. There will be 3 more dates for ‘make and takes’ so bring your family. It is free! The following screenshot shows the dates.

Music from the gazebo enriched the shopping experience. The duo, The Reunited, are from Gatlinburg and play around the Southeast.

Here is clip from their music at the market yesterday.

Musicians, Kate Phillips and Steve Laciak, take a quick break to talk to local artist, Chuck Ottolini.

Use these links to learn more about the music of The Reunited.

Check out this info for a summer art camp by the artist shown above.

I love these beautiful art magnets.

Check this booth out if you like bread and pastries!

I got several Christmas gifts from this artist last summer and they were a hit!  She can take a picture of your pet and create a small sculpture.

I love this repurposed chair.

Grainier County tomatoes are arriving!

I could only drop by for a minute yesterday. See more pictures on the Facebook page for this blog, as well as Instagram.
It was a beautiful day to be out and about in Sevierville! 

5 thoughts on “First Downtown Sevierville Farmers Market of the Season: May 26, 2017

  1. Melinda A Derrick May 27, 2017 / 11:52 am

    Glad you managed to get there for the opening, Deborah. I may be able to drop by next Friday during lunch.

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  2. twocoyotesstudio May 27, 2017 / 1:27 pm

    It’s too bad this doesn’t seem to bring people in to the existing businesses doors.

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  3. twocoyotesstudio August 11, 2018 / 3:58 pm

    I have no idea, just going to keep doing my own thing, thankful for my small customer base


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