40 Celt Road
Stanardsville, VA 22973
The Greene Farmers Market will open this Saturday from 8am-noon at the new Greene Commons Pavilion, located at the corner of Main Street and Celt Road in Stanardsville
Greene Commons is situated in the heart of downtown Stanardsville, directly behind the Greene County Office Building at 40 Celt Road. Abundant, on-site parking is available along with overflow parking at the adjacent school complex.
Shop ahead for curbside pickup on our vendors page. You may also shop at the market using the following guidelines:
• Wear a mask
• Wash your hands at our washing stations upon entering & exiting the market
• Bring a list, shop quickly and remain 6 feet apart from other customers
• Let your vendor pick up and package your food items
• Shop alone; no children or pets, please
• Grab and go only, no eating on site
• Please be patient if we limit the number of customers under the pavilion
SNAP benefits are also welcome; use $10 of your SNAP benefits and we’ll GIVE you an additional $10 to spend on fresh fruits and veggies at the Greene Farmers Market!
No smoking, vaping or tobacco products at Greene Commons.
Greene Farmers Market at Greene Commons
The benefit of our Farmers Market begins with the quality of our produce. Bring home the freshest fruit and vegetables you can imagine. Cook with the finest cuts of beef and poultry available anywhere. Select from a variety of deliciously prepared foods, locally roasted coffee, and other local goodies.
The benefits of our Farmers Market are plentiful:
- the finest produce
- freshness, quality, and flavor not available in chain stores
- a healthier lifestyle, consuming local, organic products
- support for local farmers and vendors as well as our local economy
- a connection to our community
- listen to live music by local performers
Our Farmers Market also is home to local artisans and merchants who will amaze you with an array of locally crafted products.
Please Note: Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.