Apr 2, 2021 - Things to Do

Get fresh produce and local goods every Wednesday at Camp North End’s new farmers’ market

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Food stalls along Keswick Avenue in Camp North End. Photo: Emma Way/Axios

Camp North End’s farmers’ market opens on Wednesday, April 28. From then until October, you can shop local goods from 26 vendors every Wednesday from 4-8pm.

What to expect: The market will be located outdoors on Keswick Avenue near the property’s four food stalls.

  • It’ll host 16 anchor vendors and 10 rotating vendors every week, selling an array of goods from local produce and fresh seafood to eco-friendly products and herbal medicine.

Why it matters: Access to fresh food is a “longtime priority” for the 76-acre complex near Druid Hills, says Tommy Mann, development director at Camp North End. This market helps address that with options for SNAP recipients.

The state of play: Before the pandemic, CNE was buzzing on weekends, but often quiet on weekdays. From this market to other community events to the new restaurants that opened in the past year, CNE has established itself as a destination on all days of the week.

[Full guide: Everything you need to know about Camp North End, the growing development near Uptown, now home to 40+ cool tenants]

North End Market‘s vendor list:

Anchor vendors include …

  • Nebedaye Farms (Charlotte/Indian Trail) – offering Moringa, a staple of Indian and southeast Asian cuisine
  • PetWants (Charlotte) – all-natural pet food (also has a location in Optimist Hall)
  • Queen Hemp (Charlotte) – hand-crafted hemp products
  • Symbio Farms (Woodleaf, NC) – fresh produce
  • The Wandering Bean (Lancaster, SC) – freshly roasted coffee
  • Thoughtful Baking (Charlotte) – chicken and plant-based pot pies and desserts
  • Yucayeke Farms (Charlotte) – herbal medicines

Rotating vendors include …

  • Bun Appetit – cinnamon buns from scratch
  • Crumbled Nut – craft cookies and other treats
  • Farmhouse BBQ – grass-fed beef, pasture-raised port and GMO-free side dishes
  • Iris Blossom – floral arrangements and bouquets
  • It’s Poppin – gourmet kettle corn
  • MagPies – East Indian foods
  • Rub A Dub – soap & body products
  • Tahor Soaps – handmade soaps
  • Two Chicks Candles – handmade candles and bath products
  • TYME Candles – handmade candles

Vendors will be added on a rolling basis. Apply here.


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