The Cape Charles Farmers Market is rolling into a new season, and like last year will run every Tuesday afternoon from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The market is located at the Cape Charles Museum and Welcome Center, 814 Randolph Avenue.
The market will be weekly through August 28, and then every two weeks from September 11 through October 30. Vendors will be offering 100% local seasonal fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, seafood, eggs, pastured chicken, lamb, and pork. The Market also offers selections of prepared foods, including barbecue, bread, sweet and savory baked goods, chef-prepared ready-to-eat salads and take-and-bake seasonal dishes, honey, jams, and more delicious offerings for your table.
This season, the Cape Charles Farmers Market is increasing its number of ready-to-eat and fresh food vendors. Each week they expect 15 to 20 vendors offering a wide variety of local food products. With limited space, craft vendors will be featured at special markets in November and December.
The Market gladly accepts SNAP/EBT and Senior Nutrition Vouchers.
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