First Sevierville Farmers Market of 2020: Summer Fresh

Apparently a lot of other people were ready for the Sevierville Farmers Market last Friday because there was a nice crowd. I met my friend Heidi in the parking lot, put on my mask, and grabbed a bag to hold my acquisitions. Here are some collages and photos of the best of the market last Friday.

Remember, the farmers market is at the city hall complex while construction takes place downtown.
I put on my cabi mask and was ready to shop.
Next time, I will park closer to the Civic Center and walk a little farther—less traffic. Glad to see the market busy though!
One of our favorite vendors from Grainger County.
This is a great vendor! She has magnesium bath salts which are good for health.
The vendor was lovely. We enjoyed the samples which prompted my friend to buy some lotion. Her lip balm was good so I also bought a tube of that to put in my purse. You can never have enough lip balm.
The market is spaced out very well and plenty of parking.
These recycled art bracelets were comfortable and clever. You can see what they are made of: aluminum can pop tops. Love the purple and white!
This was my favorite vendor on Friday—and I found out that I know her!

This vendor has a farm in Seymour and raises sheep so there are many products from wool and lanolin.

She made these animal magnets from wool from her sheep. The animal magnets were absolutely amazing!

Tomatoes from the field will be ready in two weeks. The vendor assured me that I would not be able to tell the difference. They were good!

A farmers market for both man and beast!

These strawberries smelled divine!
A cool, round zucchini from Henderson’s market!
Beautiful basil plants.
Beautiful tie die shirts. These vendors are so nice.

This couple said that they ordered their face shields on Amazon. I went home and ordered a couple for myself to use in August.

Henderson’s Market has it all!

I bought the collard greens pictured above from this vendor from Kodak. The collards were tender so I steamed them and used a Kosher salt. Very good!

Here is the info on Garner Farm. Yes, that is their dog in the ad.
I will visit this vendor again. Very nice samples of lotions.

When you finish with the farmers market, take a stroll on the new section of the greenway. I like this new bridge that extends the trail and helps pedestrians walking along DPP.

Heidi and I walked three laps on the Greenway and then bid farewell to the first farmers market of 2020.

I saw a good crowd at the market and know that it will have a good season. See you there!

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