The Suffolk Farmers' Market is located in downtown Suffolk at 524 North Main Street at the corner of Constance Road and North Main Street. Located directly across from the Hilton Garden Inn Riverfront & Suffolk Conference Center. Situated behind the Suffolk Visitor Center. Free parking, easy access.

Regular Market is currently closed until Spring 2016. Please join us for the 4th Annual Suffolk Artisan Gift fair on Saturday, December 5, 10am-5pm.  Live entertainment. Door prizes. Handmade, artisan crafts and foods.

757.514.4130 866.SEE.SUFK

The Suffolk Farmers' Market is a popular outlet for locally grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, organically raised poultry, fresh eggs and milk, honey and a variety of artisan-crafted goods.

In May, the Market will kick off a new season in the open air special event pavilion, conveniently located behind the Suffolk Visitor Center at 524 North Main Street in downtown. Free and open to the public, the Market will host a variety of Family Fun Days, special guest speakers and performers, petting zoos, book signings, workshops, crafts and more.

The Suffolk Farmers' Market is founded on the concept of preserving the City's agricultural heritage through wholesome family activities. Our mission is to support local family farms and artisans by creating a place of connectivity between producers and consumers. Market participation is open to regional producers within a 100-mile radius of Suffolk.
For information about becoming a Suffolk Farmers' Market vendor, contact the Suffolk Visitor Center at 757.514.4130.

2015 Suffolk Artisan Gift Fair - December 5

Mark your calendars for the fourth annual Suffolk Artisan Gift Fair, Saturday, December 5. Join us at the Suffolk Visitor Center Pavilion from 10am until 5pm for our traditional outdoor holiday market featuring handmade artisan-quality crafts, jewelry, soaps and bath salts, fine art, candles, glass, needlework, ceramics, greenery, woodcrafts, crocheted items, jams & jellies, nuts, pottery, totes and handbags, holiday ornaments, baked goods, home decor, etc. 

Participating Vendors:

Amelia’s Heirlooms
Handcrafted jewelry

K and B Crafts
Decorative mesh and grapevine wreaths, wine bottle crafts, college birdhouses and feeders.

Rumor Has It Jewelry
One-of-a-kind designs using precious metals, earrings, bracelets and necklaces.

Heidt’s Farm Market
Homemade Salsa

Southern Crafts by Shelli Hayden
Mason jar lamps, banks and candy jars.

Bradlee’s Crafts
Handmade dresses, towels and Christmas items.

Lee Ann’s Creations
Heated pot holders, accent pillows and jewelry.

Golden Eagle Alpaca Farm
Jams and Jellies, clothing made from alpaca fiber.

Once Upon a Stitch
Quilts, fabric table runners, mug rugs, etc.

Perry’s Totes
Handmade purses, totes and backpacks.

Two Pugs Gardens
Handcrafted bird houses and feeders, glass and wood garden art.

Katie’s Bistro Dog and Horse Treats
Dog and horse treats.

JC3 Family Farm
A wide variety of fudge and homemade candies, biscotti, cookie mix in jars, chai tea mix, cookies, breads, homemade crocheted ornaments and gift baskets.

Pies by Tai
Made from scratch pies.

Susan Gersh
Seasonal, holiday and football themed handmade wreaths and center pieces.

Tied in Knots
Crocheted hats, novelties, ornaments, dolls and scarves.

The Candle Forge
Handmade candles and wax melts in a variety of scents.

Elaine Lankford
Local author who has recently published her first book (Christian non-fiction)

Hemp Knotics
Crochet clothes, accessories, socks, boot cuffs, etc.

Hippy Chic Products
Handmade natural soaps.

Jim’s Clay and Hecker Wool Works
Handmade pottery and hand knitted wool apparel.

Little Bird Family Business
Honey and other home goods, wood boxes, wreaths and holiday items.