2017 Promises to be better than ever We’re getting ready for another season of our Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisans Market. 2016 was such a big success, rather than opening every other weekend we’re opening EVERY SATURDAY. Fresh foods, beautiful crafts, perfect weather, all shared with friends and neighbors. We’ll be up and running May 20th through September 30th from 8 am to noon. Come on out to see what everyone’s talking about!

 

Kingston Springs, Tennessee

Quiet, creative and quaint Kingston Springs is a small but vibrant town just west of Nashville. It offers a historic downtown with local merchants, parks, schools, and beautiful scenery. There are farms and woodlands, and its residents have long been known for their creativity: Kingston Springs is blessed with musicians, artists and craftsmen of every kind.

About the Market

Friendly, fresh and local A group of community leaders put their heads together and said: we need a farmers market. The area is home to a number of small and medium-sized farms, and many folks in Kingston Springs raise chickens for eggs, tend to hives for honey, and practice the time-honored practices of canning and baking. In addition, we have makers of every sort of hand-crafted item, from wood products and jewelry to dog treats and natural products for the home and bath. The Kingston Springs Farmers Market quickly became the Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisans Market, in the green space next to the middle school, supported by the Town of Kingston Springs’ Parks Department.

Directions

Easy to find From Nashville, go west on I-40. After the McCrory Lane exit, the next exit #188 is Kingston Springs. Turn right off the ramp. From the west, turn left off the ramp. Turn right at the light by Sonic, and the market will be at the bottom of the hill in the green space next to the middle school. While you’re in Kingston Springs, don’t forget to check out the variety of local businesses; click here.

Map to Kingston Springs Farmers Market

A Community Effort

A market like ours thrives with the involvement of many people – first, the vendors who bring the fruit of their gardens and the work of their hands to offer them to you. A small band of volunteers organizes each market day, promotes the market, and connects our community. If you enjoy the market, take a moment to thank these volunteers when you see them:
Tony Gross – Mayor, Kingston Springs, Owner of Datco, Inc.
Marie Spafford – Organizer, Manager, Community Bank & Trust
Laurie Cooper – Former City Manager, Kingston Springs
Joy Gross – Organizer
Corey – Website Developer, Core Business
John Lawless – Market Manager, Kingston Springs Assistant City Manager

 

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