Farmers Market

The 2014 Acworth Farmers Market takes place every Friday morning from the end of May through the end of October. The market is open from 7am to 11am and features local produce and products, including fresh fruits and vegetables, plants, jams and jellies, fresh baked goods, cakes, cookies, pies and more.

Hours:
7am to 11am

Dates:
May 23 through October 24, 2014.

Address:
Downtown Acworth
Upper parking lot on Main Street
4846 S Main St (Approximate address)
Acworth, GA 30101

The Farmer’s Market is sponsored by the Acworth Downtown Development Authority. For more information, please call (770) 917-1234.

Farmer's Market photo

Photo Credit: City of Acworth Parks, Recreation and Community Resource Department

Comments

  1. Mike Anderson says

    What is up with having it on a Friday? Most people are in School, or at work. Move it to a weekend day, or even Friday evening. But doing it during the day really doesn’t allow people who would like to go to enjoy it. We drive to Marietta on Saturdays almost every Saturday. Would much rather stay local in Acworth.

  2. Brandon McCafferty says

    Who had the brilliant idea of having this on a Friday morning? Did someone not get the memo that Friday is a work/school day? Having this event on a Saturday from 8-Noon or even 9-1 would draw people in to shop for local produce, which my family would certainly like to do, and then people would likely grab some lunch, have a beer, get some ice cream, etc… at the local establishments.

  3. Shelia McGrath says

    I miss it every weekend because I can’t seem to get there by 11:00a. I think it should at least go to 12:00a or 1:00a. If it can’t due to parking needed for the business establishments then it should be moved to another location.

  4. BreAnn S says

    Just wanted to say that I only very recently discovered this & I love that it’s a Friday event! So many things going on on the weekend days already, so it’s nice for my 3 month old & 5 year old to be able to browse around and pick up some fresh veggies/fruits that actually gets them excited to cook & eat.

  5. Martin says

    Love this smaller farmers market, and it’s on a Friday so NO LARGE CROWDS. Love IT! Keep it just the way it is. There are plenty of larger farmers markets that operate on Sat/Sun, check out Canton and Woodstocks.

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