The Savannah Bicycle Campaign (SBC) and Art Rise Savannah are teaming up to present reCycle Art. Part auction, part workshop, part concert, reCycle Art is a unique event that highlights so much of what is wonderful about our city, from local business to art to advocacy for healthy, alternative transportation. Most events will be held […]
As we approach the last market of 2014, it seems like a good time to take a look at where we’ve been and share with everyone where we are going. This week completes six seasons in the park but the idea of a ‘season’ is a bit outdated since we are now an all year […]
FFM is will be open 48 weekends in 2015, starting with January 3. We’ll have local produce, meats, breads, cheeses, grains, and more. Confirmed Vendors for Saturday, January 3 are: Adam’s Farm, B & G Honey Farm, Berry Farm, Billy’s Botanicals, Canewater Farms, Charleston Cheese House, Clark & Sons, Dragonfly Farms, Flat Land Farm, George Wilson, Honeydew Farm, Hunter Cattle, Joseph Fields Farm, Ogeechee […]
The 2015 window of opportunity is now open for potential new Vendors. FFM will be taking applications from now until midnight on November 17. Notifications will go out mid-December; opening day is Saturday, January 3. Visit the Become a Vendor page on our website to learn more about the selection process, and to download the 2015 […]
Thank you, Savannah Magazine readers, for naming Forsyth Farmer’s Market the best place to shop for fresh, organic produce! We’re honored to be part of the Best of Savannah 2014!
Forsyth Farmers’ Market Job Description Applications accepted September 11, 2014 until 5pm on September 25, 2014 Position: Site Manager Salary: $12-$15/hr, depending on experience *this is a part-time job, no benefits Hours: 7 hrs. / week (minimum 1 week/maximum 3 weeks per month) Overview: The FFM site manager is the on-the-ground, hands on, manager at […]
Have you seen groupings of chairs around the market with a chalked message? We invite you to sit and chat with your friends or if you have a recipe to share, use the clipboard and paper to write it down for us!
Bring home good food from good people every Saturday, 9am-1pm!
Due to the proximity of Forsyth Park to the St. Pat’s parade route and related festivities, Forsyth Farmers’ Market will be closed tomorrow, March 16. We will return at our usual time and place next Saturday, March 23. See you then!
Every few months, the Forsyth Farmers’ Market transforms into a health promotion-palooza! Let’s just go ahead and agree that’s a word, and I promise to only refer to this healthy happening by its government name – Bring It Home! Bring It Home is the Forsyth Farmers’ Market’s educational and outreach program. Through events at the […]