Thinking about Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market, two women come to mind – mother and daughter, Margaret Norfleet Neff and Salem Norfleet Neff. These two dynamos keep things organized and moving forward. And, they’re fun! I’ve never, ever seen either of them without a smile on their face.
Weather was perfect for a stroll through the market the last time I was in Winston-Salem. Parking was easy along the streets of Old Salem.
We were told that seven or eight vendors were missing this day. You never would have known. Tents and booths lined a couple short streets (sunny) and were also set up around the perimeter of a small parking lot (shaded). As locations go, this one has a great vibe, almost as if you’d stepped back in time to the days when area farmers would bring their produce and other wares in to Old Salem.
Click here for a full list of vendors.
Take a walk through the market with us by clicking on any of the gallery images below.
Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market:
May 18 through November 23, 2013
Saturday mornings 9am-Noon
Adjacent to the Single Brothers’ Garden
(at intersection of West Street and Salt Street)
Due to the market’s success, a second location was added.
Cobblestone Farmers Market Downtown: Tuesdays from 10am-1pm, April 16th- November 26th
For the 2013 season, CFM Downtown will be held at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, 241 N. Spruce Street.