Taking place from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 17, 2018, this “first of its kind farmers market and artists/crafts festival” is a family-friend event hosting 60 vendor spaces complete with Made in North Carolina hand crafts like fine art paintings, primitives, textiles, needle crafts, pottery, stained glass, jewelry, mosaics, pet crafts, herb crafts, handmade apparel for the whole family, leather crafts, wood crafts, ornaments, and antiques.
For the foodie in your life or your Saturday night gourmet enjoyment, check out the local beef, poultry, produce, mushrooms, honey, artisan bakery, and more!
You’ll find vendors from a wide variety of central NC areas including Raleigh, Morrisville, Clayton, Zebulon, Cary, Durham, Hillsborough, Whitsett, Leasburg, Burlington, Fayetteville, Rolesville, Saxapahaw, Henderson, Franklinton, Littleton, Selma, Greenville, Washington, La Grange, Spring Hope, and Hobbsville.
Bring the kids to experience the Wildwood Learning Farm and Gold Medal Storyteller Lori Day Clark. A raffle will benefit Working Landscapes of Warrenton, NC. Admission is free and parking is available on site for free, as well.
The Old Cotton Gin is a historic venue recently opened for events of all kinds.
For more details, call 252-879-0022 or visit The Old Cotton Gin on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheOldCottonGinNC/.