Happy Holidays at the Tucker Farmers Market
Final market of the season!
December 19, 2013
2333 Main St., Tucker, GA, 30084
In Freemason’s Square and the Bank of America parking lot
More than 25 local farmers and food producers
Plus handcrafted products for gift-giving!
More info about winter market coming soon!
For January, February, and March, you’ll still get a monthly TFM experience. Throughout the winter, visit Food Trucks in the courtyard, along with many of your favorite vendors of locally grown and prepared foods.
Market resumes weekly
April 3, 2014
This week at the market
Mo’Rhythm from 5-7. Great music for kids!
Your holiday shopping list
In addition to filling your holiday table with fresh and tasty locally grown produce and meats, fill stockings and gift boxes with unique locally prepared foods and handcrafts. Consider:
Locally made almond butters and almond flour from NaturAlmond
Dog biscuits made from organic, farm-fresh ingredients, from Azi’s Midnight Munchies
Locally roasted coffee from JavaGenesis
Pure, raw, unfiltered, and unprocessed honey, honey products, and blingware from Castle Rock Honey
Kombucha, granola, and more organic and healthy delectables from Lupa’s Kitchen
Bottles of all-natural, gourmet juices and drink mixers from Mo’ Mint and Thyme
All-natural seasoning blends, flavored sugars, and gourmet salts from Anisa’s Secrets
Jars of pickles, mixers and sauces from David’s Garden
All-natural shea butter from Just Butter
Mini poundcakes from Cake Crate (available in adorable shippable boxes!)
Natural body products from Naturally For You
Tucker 2014 Celebration
Saturday, December 21
In the courtyard at 2333 Main St.
Discover the results of the cityhood feasibility study, complete with a celebration! Come to the courtyard at 2333 Main St. In addition to the Tucker 2014 announcement, children will be able to visit Santa. The event is free and treats will be provided. Take this opportunity to celebrate Tucker and get in some holiday shopping on Main St.
In addition, Festival Unique Gifts and Fine Art will have an open house that day from 10:30-3:00. Great discounts on all unique, handcrafted and locally made items including handcarved bowls, baskets, carving, cutting boards, and kitchen items; locally made honey, soaps, and candles; wooden puzzles and toys; handknit scarves and hats; and so much more! Don’t stuff those stockings with the usual stuff — grab something truly one-of-a-kind this season. 2343-B Main St., just half a block from the courtyard, towards the high school.