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  • 2015 Tailgate Markets

  • Thanks for such a wonderful market season! It was great to see all your faces and feel the support. I appreciate you all!
    The markets are winding down, but fear not! There are still ways to get the bread.

    The Asheville City Market is at 161 South Charlotte St. on Saturdays from 9-12 and will be there until December 19, and then will be moving indoors on January 9 to the Masonic Temple (80 Broadway St) and will be from 10-12 on Saturday mornings.

    The West Asheville Tailgate Market is right on Haywood in downtown West Asheville, 718 Haywood Road on Tuesdays, 2-5:30 pm until November 24, then will be moving across the street into The Mothlight for the first four Tuesdays of December, 2-6pm.

    The French Broad Coop Farmer’s Market is in the parking lot next to the Coop, 76 Biltmore Ave, on Wednesdays from 2-6 pm, until November 25. Get your bread for Thanksgiving!

    The Weaverville Tailgate Market is at the Community Center behind Lake Louise on Wednesdays from 2-6pm until December 23.

    The East Asheville Tailgate Market is located at 954 Tunnel Road; we are planning a Holiday Market on December 4, 4-7pm.

    The YMCA winter market will begin on January 9, and is located at Grace Covenant Church, 789 Merrimon Ave. Saturday mornings, 10-12:30.

    There are many reasons to do your shopping at these markets, and the other tailgate markets in the area; the foremost being the food is really, really, good. Way fresher, more nutrients, and better farming practices, supportive of the local economy (of which you are a part). So come on by and try some fresh bread, get some amazing produce, and visit with your community!

    I’ll be there,
    ~ nathan