Holiday Pop-Up at the Clemmons Farmers Market

Published 1:43 pm Wednesday, November 18, 2020

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Holiday Pop-Up at the Clemmons Farmers Market on from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 22, at the Jerry Long Family YMCA.

Please wear a face covering to comply with NC Executive Order 147. Thank you for your understanding as we work together to keep each other healthy and safe.

Join vendors, crafters, and artisans of the 2020 season to safely shop. It’s the perfect opportunity for fresh ingredients for that Thanksgiving meal and an opportunity to shop local for those holiday gifts.

Carolina Kitchen and Pantry
A variety of gourmet sauces and jellies.

Circle of Love
One of a kind bracelets using resin and anything thing from flowers, toys, coffee beans, feathers, gears, beads glitter and more.

Cousin Eddie’s Sauce
Cousin Eddie’s BBQ Sauce was created in Wallburg, NC. Made from a secret family recipe and the best you have ever tried. Sweet-tasting with a kick.

Creations by Joycee
Handmade with love — 100% cotton masks that are washable and reversible; custom made and can be personalized; masks for the whole family.

Creations by Lucy
Handmade crafts such as friendship bracelets, college color bracelets, and earrings, which are all one-of-a-kind.

Crescent Goodies
Made-from-scratch breads, brownies, pound cakes, cookies and more.

Darcy Farms
Animal Welfare Approved pasture and forested pork. Offered are grass-fed lamb, and pastured eggs. The pork is on an all vegetarian-based diet that is free from hormones or steroids. The pigs are born here, raised here,

Delicious by Shereen
Sweet and savory Mediterranean baked goods and desserts

Doodlations is a small local crafting company that gives back to the community. They offer custom made crafts, candles, and anything else glittery. Ten percent of all profits are donated back into our community as a way of giving forward.

E&K Designs
Fabric masks, shopping bags, and handmade earrings.

Hanes Farms
Family farm with a variety of fruits and vegetables

Homegrown Bubbles
Handcrafted and all-natural products including hand sanitizer gel and spray, soap, goat’s milk lotion, essential oil roll balls, foaming bath soak, linen sprays, pet shampoo and spray, bath bombs, lip balm, shampoo and conditioner, beeswax lotion, foaming soap, beard oil, and more.

JL Design Co
Genuine leather earrings of all shapes, sizes, textures, colors. Almost no two are alike.

Quality popcorn in a variety of flavors

Mousavi Farm
Mom-and-pop farm with pasture-raised chicken, turkeys, sheep, honeybees, as well as a variety of herbs, vegetables, and fruit.

Mrs. G’s Cheese Straw Snack
Original homemade and spicy homemade cheese snacks.

Opal’s Candies LLC
Peanut brittle, pecan brittle, cashew brittle, jalapeno peanut brittle, cinnamon peanut brittle, frosted almonds, frosted cashews, frosted walnuts, frosted pecans.

Patterson Farm & Nursery
Chef-owned farm offering a variety of produce and farm-to-table products.

Sweet and savory pies, quiches, soups, & more.

Signs Point to Farmington
Simple and sweet homemade signs. Each sign is designed and created homemade.

Sheraton Park Farms
Sheraton Park Farms is a local, regenerative agriculture farm located in southern Guilford County near Greensboro. Eggs, chicken, beef, turkey, and pork-free from hormones, chemicals, and prophylactic antibiotics.

St. Clair Orchards
Family-owned fruit orchard

Sweet Mornings Farm
Offering offer over 60 flavors of award-winning jams and jellies including sugar-free options. A wide range of pickles and mustards are offered. Also offered are a variety of fresh-baked breads, coffee cakes, candies, and treats.

The Home Place Farm
Family farm with a variety of vegetables, eggs, and sourwood honey.


In order to keep safety at the forefront of this market season, several guidelines are being implemented including:

• All customers and vendors to wear face masks to comply with NC Executive Order 147.

• If anyone shows any signs of illness, they should not attend the market.

• Preorders will continued to be offered.

• It is recommend you wash your hands before arriving and upon returning home from the market.

• Please do not touch products. Vendors will bag the products for you.

• You are encouraged to use of credit cards for vendors that offer these services.

• Please maintain a six-foot distance between you and vendors or other customers.

• Customers will be asked to remain in their vehicles if long lines begin to form.

• Please make purchases and leave once completed.

• Carry in — carry out — please keep the area as pristine as you found it, by taking any trash with you

The Jerry Long YMCA campus is alcohol, dog, and tobacco-free.