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The Sanford Farmers’ Market

Come join us for weekly markets showcasing our local farms and artisans from across the region!

2024 Market Season

Saturday mornings

April 20th to November 9th

8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Downtown Sanford, NC

115 Chatham Street, Sanford NC

(in the parking lot beside Yarborough’s Ice Cream)

Picture of the Sanford Farmers' Market, with vendors and customers bustling in the market area with local foods and crafts.

Our market location is 115 Chatham Street, in the parking lot along McIver Street.

Come meet your local farmers and artisans and celebrate NC agriculture and craftsmanship with us at the Sanford Farmers’ Market! We offer a diverse selection of seasonal vegetables, fruit, meat, flowers, baked goods, crafts, and more, all produced within your community! Farmers markets are essential for farmers, food entrepreneurs, and artisans to support their operations and give consumers weekly access to seasonal fruits and vegetables picked at peak ripeness. We operate on Saturday mornings from 8:30 a.m. to noon from April to November.

We have moved our website! Visit us at

for the most up-to-date information!

You can also keep follow us on social media, to check out what is happening at the market each weekend and see the great local foods and goods available from our local farmers, beekeepers, bakers, and food entrepreneurs!

Visit Sanford Farmers’ Market on Facebook

Visit Sanford Farmers’ Market on Instagram

Additional Resources

Market Menu Recipes

We look forward to bringing the community fun and educational activities all-season long! For example, check out our weekly featured Market Menu recipes, which are part of our Family and Consumer Sciences program and match what our vendors bring to market each week, hot off the press! Taste local by shopping local! See more details on Market Menu here. We’ll also offer educational programs, music, and special events throughout the season.

Produce Spotlight and Pollinator Pairings

The Sanford Farmers’ Market and the Extension Master Gardeners of Lee County have teamed up to develop a guide for home gardeners to learn how to grow some of their favorite produce while also learning about the important pollinators that help pollinate the plants they come from or benefit from that plant just being alive in its ecosystem. Know it to grow it!

For more information, contact Meredith Favre, the Local Foods Coordinator and Market Manager with N.C. Cooperative Extension in Lee County at (919) 775-5624.