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Farmers' Markets

Durham Farmers' Market- great place to go for local veggies, fruits, eggs, cheeses, meats, handmade soaps and jams, etc. provided by local farmers all located within 70 miles of the market. It's located at the intersection of Hunt and Foster St. in downtown Durham and operates all-year round on Saturdays from 8am to noon during spring/summer (April to November) and 10am to noon in the winter (December to March); they also open on Wednesdays 3:30-6:30pm (May through September) though there usually aren't as many vendors.   

[There's also a metal trailer one block past the Farmers' market at the intersection of Foster and Geer St. which is run by Daisy Cakes which sells local, home-made cupcakes and Counter Culture coffee at around the same time as the Farmers' market (Saturdays 9am-1pm).]

Carrboro Farmers Market- located on the Carrborro Town Commons (301 West Main St.) is open from 7/8am-noon on Saturdays all-year long (opening time dependent on the season, check website for current schedule) and Wednesday afternoons 3:30-6:30pm late April through mid-October.

Southern Village Farmers Market-  located on the village green of Southern Village in Chapel Hill (~500 Market St., Chapel Hill), it's open seasonally generally from the first week of May. It operates on Thursdays from 4-7pm.

For a breakdown of farmers markets by county, check out this website which has links to all the websites for farmers markets in the Triangle area. 

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