Leroy James Farmers' Market 

The Leroy James Farmers' Market is classified as an important food source for the community just like a grocery store. We are open on Saturdays during the coronavirus pandemic with social distancing measures in practice.

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The Leroy James Farmers Market is a great place to buy fresh produce, baked goods, flowers, meats, 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!

We accept SNAP/EBT benefits

2022 Market Hours

May-November: Thursday-Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm
Veterans Day: Friday, November 11 OPEN regular hours 
Thanksgiving: Wednesday, November 23 OPEN 8:00am - 12:00pm
                          Thursday, November 24 -Saturday, November 26 CLOSED 

December: Friday-Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm
Christmas: Friday, December 23 OPEN 8:00am - 12:00pm
                   Saturday, December 24 CLOSED

New Years: Friday, December 30 CLOSED
                    Saturday, December 31 OPEN 8:00am - 12:00pm

January 2023: Saturdays ONLY 8:00am - 1:00pm

Note: Doors of the market will be opened one hour prior to posted opening times to allow vendors time to set up their booths.

Farmers Market Facebook Banner

2022 Policy Committee Meetings 

July 12 & October 11: Community Schools & Recreation Building (Arts/Crafts Room)

Farmers' Market Vendors

Andy McLawhorn:  Homegrown produce and pick your own blueberries
252-756-3343 or andyrenston@hotmail.com

Alarita Gourmet Foods: salsas, corn chips, candied jalapeños, caramelized onion spread, pepper jellies, free range eggs, mild/spicy seasonings

LaRita Johnson 252-814-1627 or salsaalarita@gmail.com 

Bernie Collins: crochet Items, crochet hand bags, hats, scarves, baby blankets and hand crafted jewelry  
252-702-6439 or eyeland12153@yahoo.com

Bobby’s Crafts: handmade wood pieces, bird/bluebird houses, benches, stools, walking sticks.

Bobby 252-318-2468 or grissomjames@gmail.com

Burke's Nursery:  homegrown plants for your garden, cut flowers
Bill 252-258-3384 or jfmamj30@gmail.com

Clayton King: natural soy candles, eggs.
219-671-0237 claytonking5252@gmail.com

County Road Seafood: lump crab meat, jumbo claws, crab cakes, fresh and frozen fish, fresh and frozen shrimp.
Richard Newman, 252-494-8125 or 252-945-8584 or countyroadseafood@gmail.com

Cynthia Graham: soap, sugar scrub, body butter, lip gloss  
252-814-3636 or e-mail  somemetyme821@gmail.com

Deborah Howard: bath and body products, lip gloss/balm, soaps lotions, gift sets  
252-347-4216 or pcream92@yahoo.com

Elizabeth Respess: homegrown watermelons (summer), bundled oak or pine firewood (winter)  
252-927-3343 or erespass@yahoo.com

Eva Early: hand crafted items from wood, stenciled signs, shelf sitters, seasonings  
252-287-7614 or evajames7614@gmail.com

Farm on Grape Creek: pasture raised lamb, pork, grass fed beef, eggs, pasture raised chicken, seasoning  
Ainslie 252-814-4405 www.TheFarmOnGrapeCreek.com or guiongang@aol.com

Futrell’s Homegrown: home grown produce, eggs, hand dish clothes 

Haddocks Orchard: Asian vegetables, turnovers, pecans, persimmons

Emily or Nita Haddock 252-353-5393 or haddocem@gmail.com

Happy Hummus: basil, rosemary, The Heat flavors

Lori & Ken Cortright-252-531-1646 or happyhummusnc@gmail.com

Herb McGrail: woodwork, cutting boards, hot plates, candles, blankets, shawls and scarves  
252-902-8916 or herb_mcgrail@hotmail.com

Jennifer Hartnell: Mark of Lily, handcrafted soaps and body products, hand poured soy candles and melts. Jennifer, 252-923-8318 or jennifer@markoflily.com

Landis Wilson: Fresh pecans  
252-341-6971 or billysnuthousepecans@gmail.com

Mary Hardy:  Collard plants, collards, salad, potatoes, sweet potatoes.
Mary, 252-714-0565 or hardymary17@yahoo.com

Nanny Jean & Mike: Homemade cakes, pies, cookies, knives sharpened while you shop, house plants, plants for your garden, handcrafted soaps.  
Jean, 252-341-4487 or jeansbakedgoods@yahoo.com

Nooherooka Natural Meats:  call for information on Farmers Market pick-up 

Mary Betty 252-747-5054, mbkearney@embarqmail.com or nooherooka.com

Olivia Branch: homegrown vegetables and flowers  
252-341-2309 or brancho61@yahoo.com

Patti and Gary Foote: homegrown garlic, ginger, plants and hand crafted jewelry

252-245-0425 or gary_foote111@yahoo.com

Patty Cakes: homemade, cupcakes, cookies, cocoa bombs (seasonal), selection of gluten free  
patty.cakes.cupcake@gmail.com  or  570-460-7388

Richard Dart: handcrafted leather belts, wallets, clutch purses and key rings. Special orders are available, 252-689-4325 or rdart49@comcast.net

Romeo’s: Produce, collards, salad, squash varieties, handcrafted soaps, skins, boiled peanuts

919-394-7459 or mrsileneromeo@gmail.com

Seven Pines Vineyard Inc: Local wines assorted flavors (also at the Umbrella Market and the Down East Holiday Show in November) 

Phil-252-717-2283 or sevenpinesvineyard@hotmail.com

Smith Produce:   Produce for all seasons, zucchini, yellow squash, onions, tomatoes, strawberries, asparagus, eggs and more!
Cassandra, 252-833-8554 or smitproduce1@yahoo.com

The Hot Dog Chic: Hot dogs, chips, candy bars, soda, snack cakes
252-347-4216 or pcream92@yahoo.com

Terry Snowden: Fox Tail Farm, homegrown seasonal vegetables, kale, lettuce, eggs and pick your own sunflowers.  252-341-0329 or tlsnowden@centurylink.net

Townsend’s Eggs:

Elvis 252-414-4373 or townsend60@hotmail.com

Wayne & Jean: greeting cards, shadow boxes, jewelry, repurposed items

540-904-4855 or bestcareerchoice@yahoo.com

Wind Leaf Farm: eggs, honey, dish towels

Wendy 252-531-6973 or wndystallings@gmail.com

Yates & Bailey Bee Farm: local honey, eggs, apples and produce


Zulia Bakery: Baked rolled breads in many flavors 

Angelica-919-633-2457 or angelicamaria_m@hotmail.com

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