Sunday, November 4, 2012


Thank you everyone for helping Plum Tree Marketplace have a great season.  Harrell's Produce & Sally's Specialties will continue at Plum Tree on Fridays from 2:00 - 4:00pm and on Wednesdays from 10:00 - 2:00pm at Herman Park  as long as produce continues to be nice and the weather allows.
    Visit the blog for weekly postings of availability and to place special orders. 
LAST WEEK TICKETS AVAILABLE for BENEFIT - November 10, 2012 wine, hors d'oeuvres, and Dreamweaver's premiere of his new portrait series "Blue and the Ladies."  Come and meet all seven of the models. 106 South George St. (next to the marketplace) - parking in market lot and county lot on S. James St.  behind the community gardens.  Look for the greenhouse.   Tickets may be purchased by email at or phone with a minimum donation of $10.00 per person.  If tickets are still available at the door they will be $15.00 unless you have reserved tickets to be picked up the night of the event. Reserved tickets must be honored since we have only 200 tickets to sell. Funds will be used to help pay for the storage shed and greenhouse to be used by the Wayne School of Engineering students for a heritage seed collection project.  Seeds will be available for use by the students and local gardeners.

Saturday, October 27, 2012


November 2, 2012 , 4:00 - 7:00pm will be the last official Farmers Market for the season at Plum Tree Market Place, 104 S. George Street between Walnut and Chestnut Streets.  After the closing day Harrell's Produce and Sally's Specialties will continue to sell produce and baked items as long as the produce is still nice and customers continue to buy.  You may continue to check the blog to see what items they have listed for the following Friday.
The following vendors will be at the Nov. 2 market:  Harrell's Produce - herbicide/pesticide-free produce, red and green tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, bell, jalapeno, hot peppers, cabbage, melons. yellow, butternut, acorn and zucchini squash, beets, okra, white and purple eggplant, apples, potatoes, pickles, berry cider.....Sally's Specialties - hobo and chew bread, cookies, wheat and white sourdough bread, fig preserves, blueberry jam, pepper jelly, hot pepper sauce, Michael's bluebird houses.....Great Spirit Prawn Farms - Natural fresh water prawns (baby lobster).....Holly Grove Farms - limited selectiion of natural goat cheese .....Anna Lawsons Fig Preserves and pickled figs.....BJ's Bling Fling Jewelry.....Anna's "Magnolia Charm Quilts".....Brandi's Paper Art and Custom Creations.....Susanna's Hand-woven Baskets and German Rye Bread.....Victoria's Aroma Therapy Beauty Solutions - shea butter, natural shampoos, creams, lotions, custom creations while you wait.....Randy's Pottery - decorative and functional local pieces
***Restoration benefit for 1856 Presbyterian Church to be held at Wayne County Museum, Sunday, November 11, 2012 from 1:30 - 4:30***
*****PLUM TREE MARKETPLACE BENEFIT - Saturday, November 10, 2012 - 7:00 - 9:00pm
at 106 S. George Street (next to the marketplace)- parking in market lot and behind community gardens in James Street County Parking Lot - WINE, HORS D'OEUVRES, PREMIERE OF "BLUE AND THE LADIES" Dreamweaver's new watercolor series.  Tickets minimum donation $10.00 per person - Limited number of 200 tickets - $15.00 at door if still available - Tickets sold at market, from vendors, Karen's Custom Frames, phone 919-736-9412 or email
***LUXURY FURNISHED ROOMS at Plum Tree Gardens B&B - Beautiful, clean, quiet, safe view at  phone 919-736-9412
Plum Tree Marketplace is a community project founded and directed by Dreamweaver, Grandpa's Children, Inc., non-profit 501-c-3 American Indian Organization

Sunday, March 25, 2012


Plum Tree Marketplace third season opening April 13, 2012. Located between Walnut & Chestnut on South George Street, Historic Goldsboro, N. C. 27530. Open every Friday, rain or shine, from 4:00 - 7:00pm through November 2, 2012.

Farmers' Market offers herbicide/pesticide-free produce, home produced items, juried fine arts/crafts, certified American Indian tribal art. April 13 we will have the following 13 vendors:

Harrell's Produce, large selection herbicide/pesticide-free produce, fresh butter, sweet pickles, berry ciders plus- provides produce for Produce Ped'lers..... Sally's Specialties (organic produce & baked items including sourdough bread)..... Bob Pelletier, natural beef, pork, goat, lamb & poultry (order week before the market for fresh, not frozen, USDA inspected meat ........); free range eggs; nut & seed butters..... Addie Bee Honey (local clover and wild flower plus infused honey)..... Earth Muffin textile art & children's clothing..... Randy Wright decorative & functional fine crafts pottery..... Kristine Wright jewelry & feather earrings/hair pieces..... Holly Grove Farms, natural goat cheese in 6 flavors..... Grandpa's Children - Woodland Indian art, First People Heritage Center benefit print for sale & designs to view ( .....Great Spirit Prawn Farm - natural fresh water prawns (baby lobster)..... Susanna Miller fine craft baskets in variety of sizes, styles & colors - chair caning - German rye bread & Swiss braided bread..... Joanne Price fine craft upcycled stained glass..... For the Birds, whimsical upcycled items for the garden & home.....FREE MASSAGES every Friday provided by Goldsboro Spine Center.

MEET & GREET our District 1 City Councilman Michael Headen during the April 13th market.
Everyone must vote to make sure we are represented by the best possible person and not some newcomer, who has no concept of what is best for district 1.

Visit the Community Gardens just planted by Wayne School of Engineering food production students under the direction of Dreamweaver. The greenhouse, donated by Joanne Price, will be used to plant and collect heirloom seeds after it is erected.

For more information email Dreamweaver or Lotus Blossom or phone 919-736-9412