Over 40 vendors will set up on Duke of Gloucester Street and in the P4 lot. This week's seasonal produce includes peaches, tomatoes, blueberries, squash, strawberries, microgreens, mushrooms, onions, bok choy, spinach, kale, turnips, carrots, salad mix, green onions, potted herbs, lettuces and more. You can also find eggs, peanuts, meats, baked goods, pasta, pickles, honey, cut flowers and so much more.

The market layout has changed slightly, as the bathrooms are being renovated. There are port-a-potties for customer use, or you can use the bathrooms by Mellow Mushroom.

We look forward to seeing you at the market!
Music at the Market
Sponsored by Founders Village Apartments
Phil Casey will be performing from 9 am - 11 am.
Power of Produce (POP Club)
Sponsored by Historic Virginia Land Conservancy
Saturdays through September 3
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Free children's program for children 4-12 years of age. Children will try 2 bites of a fruit or vegetable, and participate in an activity in order to earn POP Bucks ($3) to spend at market. Sign up here.
Allen's Farm
Tomatoes are in season.
Amy's Organic Garden
Organic squash and zucchini sautéed or grilled with our deliciously sweet spring onions can't be beat! amazing arugula and salad mix too! Cabbage and baby pac choi along with lots of kales and chard are also in season and available this Saturday.
Besty's Barkery
Bring your cooler packs we will have ice for them if you purchase your FRO-YO'S!!! Get them early as we sell out.
Bombolini Pasta
Pasta salad season is here! We will have short noodle variety available. Ratatouille ravioli is back and lots of other varieties! Don’t sleep in too long!
Bouquets of Blessing
Sunflower Bunches available this weekend. All pollenless and will last over a week.
Brindle Bay Farms
The chicken's internal temperature should be determined when cooking by using a thermometer in the center of cut. The recommended temperature is 150-155. Our chickens are processed on our farm and not in a facility with other meats to reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
Ditchley Cider Works and Farm
Duck egg demand is very high this month, so email or come early to ensure you get your dozen. New batch of Breakfast Sage sausage this week and Apple Cider Donuts as usual. We will have fresh duck on the 18th just in time for Fathers Day, so order this week to get your duck reserved. And of course, hard cider to complement that special meal See you at the market.
Drumheller's Orchard
Drumheller's returns this week with peaches and apple cider donuts!
Gifts of Nature
We have more FATHER'S DAY cups of nature and little cactus and succulent gardens. They make a great gift.
Spicy Kitchen Farm
New this week:
Red onion relish and salad dressing.
Tasha's Own
New Absinthe and Black Fig soap!
Williamsburg Farmers Market | 402 W. Duke of Gloucester, Suite 217, Williamsburg, VA 23185
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