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 firstname.lastname@example.org ........); 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 (http://www.firstpeopleheritagecenter.com/) .....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