The Leroy James Farmers Market is classified as an important food source for the community just like a grocery store. We are open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday during the coronavirus pandemic with social distancing measures in practice.
The Leroy James Farmers’ Market (previously known as the Pitt County Farmers’ Market) is a great place to buy fresh produce, baked goods, flowers, seafood, crafts, and home goods. You will find tasty home grown, fresh vegetables and fruits. If you have a sweet tooth, there are fresh baked pies, breads, cookies, cakes and rolls available as well. Shopping at the local farmers’ market is also a great way to help support the local economy!
Note: The Farmers’ Market does accept SNAP/EBT benefits.
Market Hours: Saturdays ONLY 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Note: Doors of the market will be opened one hour prior to posted opening times to allow vendors time to set up their booths.