Back by popular demand, the Downtown Development Authority has brought the Community Farmer’s Market back to downtown Villa Rica. The weekly farmers market is held weekly on Mondays from 4-7pm at the MILL Amphitheater.
The Community Farmers Market includes a variety of vendors selling handmade and homegrown products. There is always something fun happening at the market! Visit the weekly food truck, play giant yard games with friends and family, participate in free yoga with Villa Rica Yoga (monthly), and sing along to music at the MILL.
Check the MILL Amphitheater Facebook page for a weekly preview of vendors, products being sold, and the food truck on-site!
Contact: Brandi Freeman
2022 Vendors Include:
Atlas Rooz Creations
Beyond Mountains Coffee
Dragon’s Boiled Peanuts
Harlem Girl Treats
Heartly Sign Co.
Kix Carrollton, Inc.
Lisa’s Little Farm
The Little Hippie Haven
MACRAME by Jen Ivey
Marla’s Hen House Ceramics
Mrs. Patty’s Nutty Candy Kitchen
Old Mountain Top Farm
Olde Russell Farms
Orange Street Storehouse
Pearson Peaches and Pecans
Phillip’s Fruit Stand
The Possum’s Pouch Bakery and Goods
Sami’s Plants and Produce
The Sweet Peach Sip
Taylor Made Bows and More LLC
Vetiver and Vine
The Waters Edge
Zen Zaia Candle Co.
Are you still accepting vendors for the 2022 market? The market is full for weekly vendors. However, you can submit an application to fill in for vendors who aren’t able to make it some weeks.
Do you allow information booths for businesses? Yes, we allow a very limited number of vendors who do not have homemade or homegrown items. You can contact Shannon Gordon at email@example.com to be placed on the schedule.
Can I bring my food truck to the market? You must have a business license and have all proper documentation to attend the market.
Can my business sponsor the Community Farmers Market? Absolutely! We are constantly adding fun to the market and any support from the community is greatly appreciated.
What is required to sell eggs at the market? We require an Egg Candler’s License to attend the market.
What is required to sell baked goods at the market? A cottage license with the Department of Agriculture is required. Cottage food products include: Loaf breads, rolls, biscuits, cakes, pastries and cookies, candies and confections, fruit pies, jams, jellies, preserves, dried fruits, dry herbs, seasonings, and mixtures, cereals, trail mixes, granola, coated or uncoated nuts, vinegar and flavored vinegar, popcorn, popcorn balls, and cotton candy.
How can I register for the farmers market for the 2023 season? Applications for the 2023 season will be available in January 2023. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by the end of March 2023.