City Market South returns to Biltmore Park Town Square – Wednesday, April 4
It’s that time again, spring is here and the return of City Market South is just around the corner. City Market South, the outdoor farmer’s market is coordinated by Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project(ASAP) and located along the esplanade in Town Square. City Market South kicks off on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 and will run until the end of October. City Market South is held every Wednesday from Noon – 4 p.m. in Biltmore Park Town Square.
This outdoor farmer’s market features a wide variety off locally-grown, locally-made products including farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, grass fed beef, pastured pork, free range chicken, delicious pastries, gourmet artisan and farmstead cheeses, handmade pasta, pre-made French specialties, fruit butters, and preserves, as well as natural body care products, artisan art & crafts, nursery plants and mountain herbs.
We invite you to become a Market Mogul! It is free to register and once you join you will receive information on weekly giveaways, specials and reminders about City Market South. You may join by filling out the embedded form with your email, here.
Sign Up for the Market Mogul Program Below
Are you looking to sell your items at the City Market South? If so, click here to review the market’s rules and regulations. Ready to become a vendor at the 2018 market? Click here to download the application form from ASAP.
Asheville City Market South is at the center of Biltmore Park Town Square in south Asheville. Take I-26 to exit 37 at Long Shoals Road and drive east to the Schenck Parkway entrance to Biltmore Park Town Square. (Schenck Parkway can also be reached from Hendersonville Road by driving west on Long Shoals Road.) Follow Schenck Parkway past REI on the right to the traffic circle. Go into the traffic circle. Town Square Boulevard will be to the left. (Watch for market signs.)
For more information about the City Market South, call Biltmore Park at 828.210.1660 or ASAP at 828.236.1282.
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