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Happy Thanksgiving

We hope everyone had a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving. I enjoyed some great foods with my family and friends. Our menu consisted of deviled eggs with eggs from our own chickens, pasture raised turkey raised by our neighbor, mashed potatoes with potatoes fresh from Circle E and corn on the cob I had purchased earlier from one of our vendors, home made buttermilk biscuits and pumpkin pie supplied by a good friend. Good food, good times, and lot’s of leftovers to feed the hubby this weekend at work!

Remember, we will be meeting at Roby Center in Downtown Greeneville this week for drop off and pick up. Roby Center is at the corner of College and Church St, across from the City Hall. Drop off lane can be used to drop off and pick up any orders. I will be inside with any orders placed.

We look forward to seeing you Wednesday between 5 and 5:30 for your order pickup. Have a great weekend!

Michelle Steiner
GFM Market Manager

Thanksgiving Week Market

WOW, is the year really almost over? We are thankful for our customers who continue to support our local farmers through the winter months. Check out all our produce, baked goods and more for the Holiday Season.

Nov 15 - Nov 19 Market

As we get closer to the Thanksgiving Holiday, don’t forget to order your baking needs. Farm Fresh Eggs, home made breads, and fresh grass fed beef. And don’t forget to check out the Crafts and fundraiser items. These not only make a great Christmas gift, but also support a local crafter or farmer. Crocheted items, goat milk soaps and lotions, unique wind chimes and much more.

We are currently looking for a warmer place to meet to make our exchanges, so please bare with us as we scout out locations that will be central to everyone.

Market now open

We are now open for the week of Nov 7th – Nov 12. We have made some changes in our listings. It is our goal to make the listings easier for you to find products you are looking for. Please let us know what you think.

Have a great week!

Michelle Steiner
Market Manager
Greeneville Farmers Market


We are currently testing how emails are sent to our customer base. Don’t forget, market closes tomorrow afternoon at 3 PM for Wednesday pick between 5 and 5:30 PM at the gates to the Greene County Livestock Pavilion at the fair grounds.

New Vendors Online

We are so pleased to announce that we have had three new vendors join us this week. Circle E Longhorn Beef, Brookman’s Fresh Catch Seafood and Brew and Plow Farm. Come on over to our online market and get your order in for Wednesday pickup at the Fairgrounds.

We want to thank each and every one of our customers, vendors and sponsors for all their dedication and support of the Greeneville Farmers Market. We will miss seeing your smiling faces over the winter every week, and we look forward to seeing you next year.

With Warm Regards,
Michelle Steiner
Assistant Market Manager


A Mobile Seafood Market.

Brookman’s Fresh Catch Seafood brings the sea to you. All of our seafood is fresh, quality product all from the United States. Most of our seafood comes from the Gulf near Panama City FL. Some of our products are coming from Chesapeake VA and Alaska. We want the Tri Cities area to have the best seafood available.


Brookman’s has also joined our OnLine Market of vendors, and will be selling year round with the market.

Halloween Bash

At the Market Oct. 26th :
Silent Farmers, our newest group this year involved in the Farm and Food Teen Training Program at Rural Resources, will be out to greet all the ghouls at the Greeneville Farmers Market Halloween Bash. To help everyone prepare for indoor planting during the late fall and early spring, the teens would love to show and share with you some container gardening ideas, as well as how to implement your potting soil to make your plants good and happy. Show up at the top of each scary hour during market, starting at 9 a.m., to see our gardens and let us share with you. Also, other teens involved in the program will be selling caramel apples for $1.00 to raise money for the program. Come and cover your apple in caramel and then top with your favorite toppings.

Market Events for Aug

We want to thank all of our customers and vendors for helping us to grow by leaps and bounds this year.

We have a special day coming up at the Greeneville Farmers Market and could use your help. Aug 24th, not only will THE Group from Rural Resources be joining with special demos. We will also have Friends of the Library with us, reading stories to the young and young at heart. We will be collecting books and holding a book sale and fund raiser for Friends of the Library. All proceeds from the book sale will go to this wonderful cause. If you have any books you want to donate, please call Michelle at 423-972-1263 to arrange pick up.

In the mean time, check out what we have in store for you today here online, and enjoy the bountiful harvests of our vendors.

Assistant Market Manager

Online Market Open

We had an awesome day at the market this week. With over 400 visitors to the market, and 15+ vendors, and everything from corn, potatoes, green beans, squashes, blackberries, home baked breads and so much more.

If you were unable to attend, you missed a great time with, a Pampered Chef Fundraiser, and free coffee from Creamy Cup. We had vendors line-dancing, lots of door prizes given away, and a super Grand Prize basket for our 2nd Annual Bring a Neighbor Day. Mark your calendar as we will be doing it again next year!

You can still order online for Wednesday pickup. See you at the Market!