Great news:
The Saturday Farmer's Market
for 2021 begins May 22, 8AM-noon, at the historic Rutherford County Courthouse!

The 2021 Main Street Saturday Farmer’s Market starts Saturday, May 22 in 2021 allowing our local vendors to display an assortment of spring crops!

The Saturday Market is not accepting new vendor applications for the 2021 Season. All full-season vendor spaces have been assigned, and there is a waiting list of fill-in weekly vendors. Thanks to everyone for their continued support of the Market!

More than 50 food vendors offer up fresh vegetables, homemade cakes and pies, beef, pork, and chicken, farm-fresh eggs, newly cut flowers, jams and jellies, and so much more.

Thank you Saturday Market Sponsors:  Rutherford County Courthouse, Wilson Bank and Trust, The Rutherford County Convention and Visitors Bureau, T-Mobile Cellular, Geico Insurance and                      State Farm insurance!

And look at the 2021 list of Saturday Farmer's Market vendors!

Ahern Double A Farms (Meat)
Anacita Produce
Blocker Farms
Blue Skye Farm
Campbell Farms
CannaPham Farm
Carter Farm Nursery
Clifford’s Nursery
Evans Produce
Farrar Family Farm
Frontier Family Farms
Goodness Gracious
Green Paw Treats (Pet Treats)
Harmony Lane Farm
Heavenly Manna
HPA Meats
J&J Farms-Honey
Kelley’s Berry Farm
Laurel Mountain Bakery
Lucky Farm
Marcy Jams
McLean Alfresca Pasta
Molly’s Sweet Shop
MTSU Creamery
Nashville Jams
Nashville Quilt
Ol School Forge (Blacksmith)
Over the Rainbow Farm
Peacock Apothecary
PieRSquare
Possum Bottom Farms (Mushrooms)
Quarter Springs Farm
Roy Dye
Sanders Bros. Coffee
Scent of the Sun
Silver Satyr Designs
Simply Pure Sweets
Snowballicious-Snowcones
Southern Ridge Farm
Southland Farms
Spring Meadow Farm
Sugar Company
T & J Farms
T&L Honey
Tennessee Grass Fed
The Blue Porch
The Cake Project
The Hamery
Triple A Farms
Urban Sprout
Valley Home Farms
VanHorn Cookies
Wagyu Farms (Beef)
Walls Farm Produce

Under the Sea
Green Garden Soap & Bath
RH Creates
Known Clay Designs
DTC – Here’s Your Sign Shop
Crochet by Nabella
Ash from Nash
Vintage Ginger Crafts
Candy Puff Girls Cotton Candy
Bright Blue Sky Door Décor
Trinity Joy Paints
Middle TN Engraving
Jenn’s Best Ever Salsa
Soaps by 312 Chic
Cheimantea
Weaving & Glass Art
4U Snacks
Solasta Designs
Gamecock Apiary
House Plants

Market dates—May 22-October 30.  We are opening two weeks early and having the October extended market month again this year.  Market hours are 8-noon every Saturday, rain or shine.  We will be allowing dogs back in the market this season.  All dogs must be on leashes.

Full Season Vendors 2021-54 currently scheduled

Part Time Vendors 2021—20 currently on our calendar

For the first time this year, we are reserving two vendor spaces to allow new vendors to try the market. They have been given an opportunity to sign up for several Saturdays to introduce their products to our market customers. This will also give customers an opportunity to see new sellers each week at the market.

The Master Gardeners of Rutherford County will have a space at the market this year. Each week they will present mini-tutorials for customers and share their knowledge of gardening.

Topics for May:

May 22 – Starting Your Garden from Seed

May 29 – Creating Beautiful Container Gardens

Musicians will be playing at the market again this season. Two of our favorites—Joshua Guaz and Sophie Buck have already been scheduled and more musicians lined up for market Saturdays. 

Market Give-Away: We will be having an end of the month drawing in June, July, August, September, and October. Market customers may enter each week they attend the market for a variety basket of market produce and products, donated by our vendors. Sign up during the market. Our first drawing will be on opening day, May 22. We had 93 entries at our Saturday Market table at JazzFest for this first drawing, and the prize will be awarded on opening day of the market.

Some key points about our market—for the first-time last year we added artisans/crafters to the market in October during our expanded market month. The response was overwhelming, and our regular vendors suggested we include artisans/crafters all season. We have invited four popular vendors back as full-season vendors this year: Linda Parker with Nashville Quilts, Richard Zago with Ol School Forge (Blacksmith), Kay and Rick Brown with Scent of the Sun (homemade soaps), and James Elkins with Silver Satyr Designs (wood cuts). A number of our farm vendors also brought their handmade craft items to sell. It was a plus for the market and for our customers.

You can’t have a Farmer’s Market without fresh flowers, and we are fortunate to have three cut-flower sellers whose fresh bouquets sell out every week: Lucky Farm, Blue Skye Farm, and Over the Rainbow Farm. For those of you looking for perennials and unusual garden varieties of plants for our local area, Clifford’s Perennial and Vine brings an assortment of must-have plants, ready to put into your gardening space. For landscaping needs, check out Jonathan Carter’s Nursery space at the market. He has trees, shrubs, perennials, vegetable plants, and ferns. Both of these plant vendors take time to answer your questions about the plants they sell. At opening day in May, several of our farm vendors will have hanging baskets and potted annuals for your gardens and patios.

Other Interesting points—we have a number of local honey sellers and vendors with homemade jellies, jams, and preserves.

Big hit last year was the MTSU Creamery truck. Customers lined up waiting for the truck to pull into the market to sell milk. They are coming back this year and we are delighted. And there is no shortage of fried pies, cookies, cupcakes, cheesecakes, cinnamon rolls, and breads to eat with that little jug of milk.

The best in homemade pimento cheese, country ham and biscuits, chicken salad, and sausage and biscuits is also available from our food vendors. Thanks to Sanders Brothers Coffee, you can always start your market morning with a cup of fresh roasted coffee.

The market brings Murfreesboro true Farm to Table food choices and supports our local growers in their all-important business of feeding Tennessee.