Welcome to the Great Falls Farmers Market!

Saturday, November 17, 2018

This Saturday, November 17th, the market moves to the historic Great Falls Grange Hall at 9818 Georgetown Pike for our Thanksgiving market. The market will be closed on November 24th for Thanksgiving weekend. The December 1 market will be outside in the Parking Lot at the Great Falls Village Centre for the very last time. The December 8th market will be in the Grange.

Enjoy a Thanksgiving herb bundle this Saturday… while supplies last…

BAGUETTE REPUBLIC Fine European-style artisan baker offering muffins, scones, danish, rolls, cinnamon buns, baguettes, batards, boules, pullman loaves, brownies, coffee cakes, cookies and more in the French baking tradition.

COLD COUNTRY SALMON Wild-caught Alaskan Salmon and other Alaskan fish.

DIAZ BERRIES & VEGGIES This Saturday will be Diaz Berries final market for the 2018 season – and their very first market in the Grange. Come meet them there.  Peaches, apples, beets, carrots, tomatoes, onions, collard greens, kale, radishes, salad mix, spinach, eggplant, cauliflower, zucchini, cucumber, bell peppers, jalepeno peppers, potatoes, acorn squash, butternut squash, ghords and more.

HEALING GEMSTONES Jewelry made of gemstones known for their healing properties. According to ancient practices dating back at least 6,000 years to the ancient Sumerians of Mesopotamia, crystals and gemstones are believed to have properties that facilitate healing. Ancient Egyptians are also among the first people to have adorned themselves with crystals including lapis lazuli, carnelian and turquoise to ward off illness and negative energy. Although healers have different ideas about which stones possess which properties, Amethyst, for example, is believed by some to be beneficial for the intestines; green aventurine helps the heart; yellow topaz provides mental clarity. 

HIGH VIEW FARM The finest grass-fed beef, pastured pork, pastured chicken, eggs. High View Farm will return in the Spring.

LIBERTY HILL FARM The finest quality grass-fed beef, pastured pork, pastured chickens fed organic feed, eggs, pot pies, soups, bone broth, and more.

OUR MOM EUGENIA  A wide selection of Greek savory and sweet delicacies – Chickpea salad, fava beans, avgolemono soup, spanakopita, eggplant dip, tzatziki, olives, keftedes (Greek meat balls), baklava, apple cake, orange cake, and more.

SEN CATERING  Turkish breakfast, sish kofte, sish beef kabob, rice, borek beef with mushroom and onion, hummus, dolma, ready to eat or barbecued at the market.

SHENANDOAH ARTISANS Handcrafted silver jewelry. Will return in the spring.

SUGAR UP SUGAR A local Great Falls pastry business known for its creative flavor combinations.

TUSCARORA ORGANIC GROWERS COOP Certified organic Asian pears, cauliflower, celeriac, lettuce, micro greens mix, arugula, baby spinach, lettuce, sweet potatoes, Japanese sweet potatoes, Kennebec potatoes, mixed color carrots, crimini mushrooms, sweet onions, pea shoots, pie pumpkins, white garlic, red French shallots, beets, baby sweet white turnips, acorn squash , green kabocha squash, and more.

ZAATAR  Zaatar, or hyssop is unique herbal plant native to the East Mediterranean that offers flavor notes of thyme, oregano, marjoram, and savory combined in one plant.  After harvest, the herb is dried, ground and mixed with sumac, roasted sesame seeds, and seas salt to produce an authentic zaatar mix. Try it as a dip with Tyme Foods certified organic unfiltered and single-orchard-sourced olive oil with near zero acidity from the same South of Lebanon region, or Upper Galilee in biblical geography, with the delicious and enduring olive oil heritage of the Holy Lands. Also we offer sumac and wild thyme.