Farms dot the Central Virginia countryside around Scottsville. Artists abound. Come meet the people behind the trades at our Saturday market for the 2017 Season!

Our vendors love to talk about what they do and answer any questions that customers may have, so please feel free to ask questions about the produce and crafts that you are buying!

Our mission is to share wholesome, local, seasonal, fresh food, as well as information and recipes with the community!

Harmony Hill Farm – The Ingersoll family strives to heal the land through natural farming practices, resulting in healthier soil, healthier grass, and healthier food. Stop by their booth for eggs, beef, chicken, pork, and sausage and learn more about their farming principles.

Pele’s Pure Soap – Pele and Chiron craft wonderful homemade products – all created in downtown Scottsville. They offer soaps made with essential oils, lip balms, candles, honey, hot pepper puree, dried hot peppers, and fresh herbs.

Buck Island Creek Farm – A long-time market vendor, Jerry and his wife Lora have a wide array of products available on Saturdays. They offer local, seasonal produce, handmade cutting boards, eggs, and honey from Hungry Hill Farm, located in Shipman, Virginia.

Highlawn Farm – If you love local, grassfed beef, then Rosalyn is who you need to see!  A long time local vendor, Highlawn Farm offers USDA inspected grass-fed goat meat and beef, as well as perennials, herb plants and house plants. She also offers jellies and wine bags. Check in to find out when her garlic is in season!

Lower Sherwood Farm – Located seven miles from downtown Scottsville, Paige has a great variety of Llama yarn and fiber products, including felted soaps and cat toys.  She also has assorted baked goods including pies, quiches, cookies and quick-breads, as well as note cards and other handmade gifts.

Flat Broke Acres – Robert and Barbara live close to Scottsville and have a wide variety of veggies at the market, as well as chicken and rabbit meat, fresh eggs, and cut flowers.  Some of their specialty items include asparagus, horseradish, strawberries, rhubarb, blueberries, garlic, corn, apples, peaches, pears, and nectarines. Come on down and see what’s in season!

Bear Bottom Farm – Wiley and Mason own a farm located in Dillwyn, and bring a wonderful variety of things to the market on Saturdays.  They have a ton of delicious, grass-fed, local pork and chicken, as well as homemade soaps, salves and teas.  Grown from their garden, they will be bringing gourds, loofas, and assorted veggies.

David Martin – David is a long-time Scottsville resident, and has been at the market for a few years now. He provides amazing wood crafts, including handmade bowls, boxes, tables, cutting boards, rolling pins, and pens. His work is beautiful and finely made. You can see the love that he puts into his craft!

First Harvest Produce – Located in Keswick, Virginia, Andy and his family have an eye-catching stand filled with beautiful local produce.  They offer handmade crafts, tons of produce and herbs, as well as some delicious melons later in the summer – and gorgeous pumpkins in the Fall!

Chickie-Dickie Beads – Located in Charlottesville, Angie creates beautiful handmade jewelry that resembles works of art!  You may see her traveling the area over the summer, attending many local markets with her wares. Check in and see what’s new this season!

LaLa’s Garden – New to the market this season, Linda offers a variety of plants – all started and grown by herself – including: heirloom vegetables, medicinal herbs, culinary herbs, annuals and perennial plants. She will be at the market all season long, with the exception of the month of July.

Whisper Hill – Whisper Hill is a certified organic vegetable farm located in Scottsville, Virginia. Farmers James and Holly Hammond offer a bounty of vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers, all grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or genetically modified organisms. Stop by and ask about their CSA shares.

Tanglewood Farm – Lydia brings all sorts of goodies for dogs, cats, horses, and people from her farm in Palmyra, including handcrafted soaps, herbal popcorn varieties, cookies, salsa, tortilla chips, breads and popsicles.  On those chilly mornings, stop by for some hot chocolate, and on those warm afternoons, she will have lemonade!

Rae Design – New to the market this season, Karen has handmade jewelry items to offer! She has a variety of earrings, necklaces, bracelets, all created from beads, pearls, crystals, metals, glass and gemstones – and paired with high-quality clasps (sterling, brass & gold-plated).

The Tile Chick Unleashed – A new vendor to our market, Jeanne can be found in her tent next to the pavilion with her beautiful mosaic art and other beautiful pieces of art and gift items. Her mosaic works include tables, slates, pots, vases, lamps and planters. She will also have gourd art, watercolors and sketches, and some awesome artistic additions for the garden!

Woodridge Microfarm – A long-time vendor at the Scottsville market, John offers a wonderful variety of plants and produce throughout the entire season. From figs to onions, blueberries to greens – he offers a little bit of everything!

Taylor Blackburn is a new addition to the Scottsville Farmer’s Market this year and can be found in the center aisle – all season long with the exception of mid-July. She will have shelf-stable desserts, breads, snacks and pastas, as well as homemade jewelry and other small home goods.

Princess Abagail’s Crochet – New to the market this season, Kathryn has various crocheted items including but not limited to blankets, hats, baby clothing, adult clothing, bags and scarves. Stop by and see what she is working on next!

Ann Hunter – Ann can be found in her tent at the rear of the pavilion with a variety of plants, hand-made bird houses, crocheted items and sewn doll clothes. She also has published books for sale, written by her daughter.

Music and Glass – Join Mara and Tom on the Second Saturday of every month at our Local Art Booth! Tom will provide some wonderful music, while Mara hosts short workshops dabbling with mosaics and glass art. She will have a different project every week, so check her Facebook page to see what she has planned.

Bloom River – Come on down to the market’s Tent area, and meet Sarah! She makes lovely unique, handmade creations from fabric – including girls’ Spring dress and headband sets, as well as accessories. Come see what she has new this week!

The Barkers – An extremely long-time vendor of the Scottsville Farmer’s Market, Fred and Helen Barker have a reliable and delicious assortment of baked goods every Saturday, as well as jellies, pickles, apple butter and delicious, hot breakfast biscuits.  At the height of the season, they will have some surplus veggies from their garden, as well as eggs.

Molly Dameron – Molly handcrafts wonderful handbags in a variety of colors, prints and fabrics.  You’re sure to find one to suit your style!  You can find Molly with her friends, Ruth and Barbara in the second center aisle space, where their wares complement each other’s greatly!

Sew What – Sharing a space with Molly, Barbara crafts, sews and creates a variety of wonderful, useful household items such as sewn purses, lanyards, travel kits, towels, coasters and pillows – even handmade lollipops! Stop in for a free sample of her Chocolate Peanut Butter Bon Bons; you will not be disappointed!

Ruth Monopoli – Also sharing a space with Molly and Barbara, Ruth has a rainbow of assorted, beaded lanyards, as well as handmade beaded jewelry. Stop by and see the WIDE variety of handmade goods that these ladies conjure up!

Mountain Dream Farm – Located fifteen miles from Scottsville, Jaclyn and Damian will have a variety of produce to offer this season, as well as honey, eggs and artisan items.

Tryon Quilts – new to the market this season, Leah can create a variety of handmade items – all tailored-fit to suit your needs and style.  She has things available for purchase at market on Saturdays, and she also takes custom orders! Check out her variety of purses, bibs, skirts, waxed canvas products, leather products, quilts and wallets.

Saucy Mama’s Hot Daddy’s Pantry – Come on down to the market and see Mike – the local expert in canning and preserving. He has a huge variety of sauces, preserves, jellies, jams and more – all delicious in their own way!

Mary Bradford & Linda Lee – A first-year market vendor, Mary and Linda have a very appealing display! They feature items such as towels, dishcloths, bottle holders, scarves, purses and “snap-happy wallets” – a creation of Mary’s. Stop by and say hi!