The Mebane Farmer’s Market is set to resume on the morning of Saturday, June 13. While operations may be altered for the safety of the Farmer’s Market’s vendors, patrons, and managers, the Farmer’s Market will operate every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. starting June 13 through October 3. Authentically Alamance Farmers Market at Downtown Mebane. (DMFM) is located at the corner of Clay St. and Third St. in Downtown Mebane
While the Mebane Recreation and Parks Department, with assistance from Destination Downtown Mebane and the Mebane Enterprise staff, has helped coordinate and assist with the Farmer’s Market over the years, the Downtown Mebane Farmers Market will be managed starting this spring by Authentically Alamance Farmers’ Markets and Health Alamance.
While residents can expect the same fresh produce, pies, confectionaries, soaps, cake and pie mixes, candles, and other goods, there will be considerable changes for vendors this year.
According to Authentically Alamance’s vendor application website, vendors can notify the market manager of produce that they would like to sell outside of the April-November window, with the potential of a pop-up market with enough interest. We currently accept SNAP and offer the Double Bucks SNAP dollar matching program. Vendors have the option of becoming a Member, a Guest, or creating a Team. Unlike past years, there will be fees associated with setting up a stand at the Farmer’s Market starting this spring and summer.
Minimum participation: 24 markets
Returning Vendor Application/Member Fee - $25
New Vendor Application/Member Fee - $35
Monthly Stall Fee - $20 (Due on the 1st of the month)
Minimum Participation: 1 market
Application Fee - $25
Daily Stall Fee - $10
Minimum Participation: 7 markets
Vendor Application/Member Fee - $25
Daily Stall Fee - $15
Vendors must notify the Market Manager at least one hour before market with plans of being absent. Failure to do so during an absence will result in a fine equivalent to one day’s stall fee of $10.
For more information, please e-mail The Farmers’ Market Coordinator at email@example.com. More Information to come as we receive more news from the Governor regarding COVID-19.