The award-winning Snellville Farmers’ Market will open its ninth season Saturday.

The popular weekly market is open each Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the Towne Green through Sept. 29.

The market will open its season with the National Anthem sung by Snellville's own Kriss Johnson at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Johnson is the 2015 Ms. Senior Georgia and the 2017 Ms. National Patriot.

Also, David Tyberg, will entertain patrons with his tenor banjo, focusing on rock/pop favorites, jazz and Broadway classics, as well as his own pop songwriting. More entertainment and guests will be featured throughout the season.

The market features products that come from farms and gardens that, for the most part, are located within a 100-mile radius of Snellville. When you purchase local produce, rather than produce that has been shipped across the country, it comes from farmers who have nurtured their crops and usually picked their produce the day before the market, or even early that morning. For the consumer, this means the produce they purchase is freshly picked and flavorful.

Primary parking is across the street in the City Hall parking lot with overflow parking at Cobblestone Place.

There will be new vendors this year, as well as all your favorites from years past.

Believe Handmade Jewelry
Black Door Designs
Blooming Beauties
Bon Appetit
Bread of Life Bakery
BZ Pet Delights
Cari's Corner Bakery
Cedar Seeder Farm
Cooking with Bubba
Cousins Maine Lobster Truck (10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)
Deb's Jams and Jellies
Eastside Medical Center
El Cuate Foods
Fitzgerald Fruit Farms
Fokus Foods
Gralan Farms (Greg Earle)
Grand Prix Bakery
Great Harvest Bread Co.
Green Bean Organics
Kona Ice
Legacy Bakers
MJ's Vegetables
Old Mariner Treasures
Pearson Farm
Presley's Farm and Garden
Q-Cumber Fusion
Renaissance Gardens
Seed to Petal Flower Farm
Shawnee's Goodies
Shadow Wings Farm
Simple Scoop Cookies
Snellville Honey
Sol Bowl
Southern Butterflies
Sunshine Farm
The Woodmeister
Twisted Natural Foods
TyCoB Farms
UGA Extension Service

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