Welcome Back
September is here! Fall produce is triumphantly returning to the market with favorites like apples, winter squashes and greens. Summer favorites are here for just a short while longer.

Williamsburg Farmers Market is now operating under Phase 3 Guidelines.

Here's what you can expect:

Masks are required for people ages 5 and up. We love seeing you every Saturday and want to stay open. Please wear your masks to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We have extra masks if you forget yours. Should you have a breathing issue or medical condition that causes you to not wish to wear a mask, please have someone wearing a mask enter the market to shop for you.

Dogs are not permitted inside the market at this time. This is a food safety regulation, and so service animals must stay out of and away from vendors' tents.

One Entrance to help with social distancing. When you enter on Henry, you can exit at Henry St or on Nassau Street.

SNAP Match If you utilize SNAP or P-SNAP benefits at the market, there is an unlimited match on fruits and vegetables. So for every $1 you spend, you will receive an additional $1 to spend on fruits and vegetables. We will also continue offering our POP+ match and the market match.

Pre-orders are helpful, but not required. Pre-ordering helps vendors to know how much to bring, and guarantees you will get what you want. If you pre-order, you can skip the regular market line and enter using the dedicated pre-order entrance. Pre-orders are picked up directly from the vendor between 8 am and noon. There will also be 4 parking spots designated for pre-order pick up in the P4 lot behind the Colonial Williamsburg ticket window. If you pre-order and are at higher risk you can pick up your orders before the market opens between 7:30 am and 8:00 am.

The market will have extra volunteers in bright green shirts to help answer questions and ensure a safe experience for all. If you have any questions, they should be walking throughout the market, ready to help.

As always, we look forward to seeing you at the market!
Music at the Market
Sponsored by Founders Village Apartments
There will not be music at the market this week. We hope to bring our musicians back soon.
Agriberry Farm
We’ll have crowd favorite Red Raspberries throughout the fall. 
Amy's Garden
The rains have taken their toll and Amy's Garden is now in between summer crops and fall crops. Amy's Garden will return to the market next week.
Bombolini Pasta
Fall has arrived and it is time for pumpkin pasta! Bombolini will be there stocked up on all kinds of pastas, ravioli, sauces, meals and smoked salmon!
Ditchley Cider Works
Our cider presses are working overtime!! Despite all the rain, our cider apple orchards are delivering TONS of apples. We will have both fresh and frozen whole and cut up chicken this week along with all of our sausages and of course, hard cider. Email your orders in advance, especially on larger pork cuts, to ensure you get what you want!! We will also have a few pork tenderloins, but they will go quickly. 
Drumheller's Orchard
Jonathan, Jonagold, Honey Crisp, Fuji apples and fresh apple cider
Gifts of Nature
Wally's painted pumpkins return to the market this week!
Moose Hill Worm Farm & Knife Sharpening
Be sure to look for us in our new location in front Of W&M bookstore. 
Pair-A-Dice Acres
Our fall crops are starting to come in (carrots, turnips, beets and lettuce)! 
Penn Farm/ Norma's Produce
We are hoping to have brussels sprouts this weekend also baby pumpkins and gourds.
Tasha's Own
Autumn Spice is now back in stock.
Ulla's European Delights
New this week: Rosh Hashanah Challahs, with raisins, apples and honey (very limited, come early)
VA Blue Crab
Congrats to Keith and Valerie! They were married 9/14/2020.
Wild Earth Fermentation
Okra Curry Pickles, Wildfire Hot Sauce
Williamsburg Farmers Market | 202 Quarterpath Rd. Williamsburg, VA 23185 | 757-259-3768