Locations

Uptown Shelby Saturday Market

Saturdays from 8 a.m. - 12 noon

Open April 1 through November 18

Our Uptown Shelby Market operates at beautiful City Pavilion located at 126 W. Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28150.

Carol MaxwellManager: Carol Maxwell, Email or
704-470-7603

Health Department Market

Tuesdays, June 7 - Sept. 6

8 a.m. - 12 noon

This market operates in the parking lot of the new Cleveland County Public Health Center, located at 200 S. Post Road, Shelby, NC 28152. We provide this location as a service to Cleveland County employees, but welcome the general public to shop as well.

Tyler McDaniel Coordinator: Tyler McDaniel, Email or 980-484-5143

Uptown Shelby Midweek Market

Wednesdays, May 3 - November 22
8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Our Uptown Shelby Market operates at beautiful City Pavilion located at 126 W. Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28150.

Carol MaxwellManager: Carol Maxwell, Email or
704-470-7603

News

We are actively seeking vendors...for the upcoming 2017 season. All applications must be in hand by March 21, 2017. To learn more, contact market manager Carol Maxwell at 704-470-7603.

Community partners play a pivotal role in the success of our market and gain visibility from their support of the local food movement. In addition to "eating local", farmers' market shoppers also like to "shop local" for goods and services. To benefit from a connection with our customers, consider becoming a Friend of Foothills Farmers' Market this season.

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2017 Season Opening Day
April 1, 2017-Our vendors can't wait to kick off the 2017 season at the pavilion from 8-noon. Come out for fresh produce, local meats, fresh baked bread, and a kick off to our POP Club.

Reasons to shop with us...
By shopping at Foothills Farmers' Market, you're making food buying choices that are good for you and the local community...

Including more fresh fruits & vegetables in your diet can help you maintain a healthier weight and reduce your risk for chronic disease. Our vendors grow an amazing variety of the freshest, best-tasting fruits & vegetables available anywhere.

Our animal products are hormone and antibiotic free. Livestock and poultry are exposed to plenty of fresh air, sunshine, and open pasture, yielding the best-tasting meats, eggs, and dairy products imaginable.

You're also spending your food dollar directly with local farmers. This strengthens the local economy, protects family farms, preserves open space, and protects the natural environment.

Nourish your body, mind and spirit. Connect with the local community and make food shopping the pleasant experience it should be! Get to know the people who grow your food. Enjoy the fresh air and sunshine, meet up with friends, and bring the kids along. There's something for everyone at Foothills Farmers' Market!

Become a member...
If you're interested in supporting Cleveland County's growing local foods movement, consider joining Foothills Farmers' Market. For a small annual membership fee, you can take an active role in helping us accomplish some important goals and objectives for the coming year. Take a minute to review our membership brochure, complete the membership form and return it to us with your membership dues.

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2017 Sustaining Partners

3-12 year old market visitors receive a $2 POP token, redeemable for fresh produce and food based plants and have the opportunity to participate in awesome activities. Our POP Club is made possible by the HealthCare Foundation of Cleveland County.

USDA Supports our outreach and local foods efforts through a Farmers' Market Promotion Grant.

Donors

Carolina Farm Credit
City of Shelby
Cleveland Association of Governing Officials (CAGO)
Cleveland County Farm Bureau
County of Cleveland
Dover Foundation
Eaton Corporation
ElectiCities
Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
NC State Extension
Raper-Roark Trust Fund
Town of Mooresboro
Uptown Shelby Association
USDA Farmers' Market Promotion Program
USDA Rural Development
Weathers Family Foundation