The Cape Charles Farmers Market is on for Tuesday the Fourth of July! Catch us in the morning for some festive market silliness in the Town Parade with New Roots Youth Garden, then it’s over to the Cape Charles Museum and Welcome Center from 3-6pm with live music, kid’s activities, the Master Gardeners, vendor demonstrations, and a special visit from our Barnyard Babies.
Our 100% local market boasts organic and sustainably raised veggies and fruit, fresh homemade cookies and sourdough breads, festive red white and blue macarons, pasture raised meats and
poultry, delicious eggs, traditionally fermented sauerkraut, raw honey, preserves, freshly ground horseradish, slow smoked barbecue and all the fixings, crab, seafood, natural body care products, arts and crafts and more! The Museum and Welcome Center has extended hours (and air conditioning) during Market time for tours too, so plan to take the time to stop in and check it out. Visit our caboose, check out the Bay impact crater exhibit, learn about the experiences of Eastern Shore women during the Civil War, and immerse yourself in the Cape Charles of yesterday.
The Cape Charles Farmers Market is a not-for-profit community event generously sponsored by the Cape Charles Historical Society, and supported by the Farmers Market Coalition, the United Way, and the Northampton County Tourism Committee. We feature a free wifi hotspot courtesy of Chesapeake Bay Communications. We gladly accept SNAP EBT cards and Senior Nutrition Vouchers for all eligible purchases. The Market is brought to you courtesy of a dedicated group of wonderful volunteers! Are you interested in joining us? Please stop by the Market tent for more information.
We look forward to seeing you there!