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Nolensville Farmers Market Celebrates a Decade

Stop by the Nolensville Farmers Market for plenty of organic produce, delicious baked goods and maybe a food truck or two.

The Nolensville Farmers Market kicked off its 10th anniversary season this past Saturday, May 4, marking a decade of serving the vibrant Nolensville community at the Historic Nolensville School.

Since its inception in 2014, the Nolensville Farmers Market has been a cornerstone of community engagement and sustainable living, providing residents with access to high-quality, farm-fresh products while fostering connections between local farmers, artisans, and shoppers. In 2022 the NFM merged with the parent organization WilCo Events 501c3 to better serve the community by offering Kids POP club, Double SNAP and the Feed Your Neighbor Programs.

To commemorate this momentous occasion, the Nolensville Farmers Market has planned a Shop Local Nolensville Passport. From June 1st to June 8th, shoppers are invited to embark on a culinary journey through Nolensville, visiting participating businesses listed in the passport to collect stamps.. Those who return their completed passports will be entered into a drawing to win baskets filled with gift cards and items generously donated by local Nolensville businesses.

“We are incredibly proud to reach this significant milestone in the history of the Nolensville Farmers Market,” said Daniel Haire, Founding Board President of the market. “Over the past ten years, our market has become more than just a place to shop – it’s a beloved community gathering space where friendships are forged, stories are shared, and local businesses thrive. We look forward to celebrating with our community and continuing to serve as a hub of sustainability, diversity, and connection for many years to come.”

For more information about the anniversary events and how to get involved, please visit nolensvillefarmersmarket.com.

 

 

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.