Cary Downtown Farmers Market, 135 W. Chatham Street, Cary, is open on Saturday mornings:
- April to November: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- December to March: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
It features items grown or produced within a 100-mile radius of the market.
Start your Saturday morning shopping at Cary Downtown Farmers Market for locally grown vegetables and fruit, pasture-raised meats, eggs, honey, herbs, sea-food, cut flowers, landscape plants, crafts, pottery, jewelry, coffee, baked goods and more.
Scroll down to see one special event at Cary Downtown Farmers Market.
Fall is looking great around the Triangle, whether you’re looking for something spooky or totally kid-friendly! Check out our HUGE list of fall festivals, as well as our list of pumpkin patches, haunted trails and corn mazes! We have also put together a big list of Halloween events and Trick or Treat events!
Farmers Fall Festival
Farmers Fall Festival takes place Saturday, September 24th, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., along West Chatham Street and the Ivey-Ellington Grounds, 135 W. Chatham Street.
It’s free to attend.
The fall festival will feature:
- Live music on the main stage
- Kids’ performance area
- Kids’ activity zone
- Beer garden
- Arts and crafts
- Pie-eating contest
The festival will take place in an expanded footprint emanating from the Ivey-Ellington House and spreading between Academy and Harrison Avenue with booths lining both sides of the street.
The Main Stage will feature:
- The Martin County Ramblers
- Mysti Mayhem’s Band
Don’t miss the Once in a Blue Moon Pie Eating Contest at noon during the band break in front of the main stage!
Not only will locally made sustainable crafts be for sale, but festival-goers can learn more about sustainable practices from booths with info about reducing waste, recycling, and composting.
Sample foods, or enjoy lunch options from a variety of food trucks. Don’t miss the Beer Garden on the lawn of the Ivey-Ellington.
Santa will pay Cary a visit while on his vacation! Look for him in the Children’s Village near Fidelity Plaza. Funds raised from this event benefit the Cary Downtown Farmers Market, a 501 (c) 3.
Check out a big list of fall festivals in the Triangle, or take a quick look at a few upcoming festivals here: