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Are you shopping at your local farmer's market?

3 reasons to shop local and support farmers!

Shopping at local farmers markets can offer a healthy nutrition boost to your diet while also supporting your local community. Plus, they are fun!

Locally grown food tastes better!

Locally grown food has had less time in transit and/or less time to sit around. This state of freshness also ensures that the food stays packed with its intended and initial nutrients.

Locally grown food helps build communities!

When you buy directly from the farmer, you are building a relationship while also helping to support local farmers who are providing for you as much as they are providing for their own families.

Locally grown food is good for the environment!

Farmers ensure that the land is well kept with minimal, if any, usage of chemicals and fertilizers. These practices can sequester carbon, and they can also help ensure proper natural habitats for wildlife.

Welcome To the Purcellville Farmers' Market

Purcellville Farmers’ Market offers a direct experience of Food and Community. Supplying its guest with fresh, healthy, and locally produced items which coincide with our community outreach and involvement efforts making Purcellville’s Farmers’ Market truly a market for the town.

Come out and meet your neighbors. Learn more about our items from the people who have put their hearts into producing a product well enough to be served to their families and yours.

Join our wonderful group of Members, every Saturday, year round, April-November, 9-1pm & December-March, 10am-1pm, in the parking lot of The Shoppes at Maple and Main located at 717 E Main Street, Purcellville, VA. 20132

Join us on Saturday's

Come out and meet your neighbors. Learn more about our items from the people who have put their hearts into producing a product well enough to be served to their families and yours.

Check out what our Guests have to say...

  • 5 star review  Great Small Scale Farmer's Market!! We love being able to support local vendors �

    Nicole Reynolds Avatar Nicole Reynolds
    June 21, 2017
  • positive review  Check out Purcellville Farmers every Saturday morning from 9-1pm 😁

    Olsen Dana Avatar Olsen Dana
    August 23, 2018
  • positive review  Great market with great vendors. Such a wide variety. Fresh and wholesome items for sale. The vendors treat you like family and are very knowledgeable. A must for my family every Saturday.

    William Slease III Avatar William Slease III
    May 18, 2019
  • 5 star review  I love this market and can't wait for some flowers to start blooming so I can spend my Saturday mornings there offering GORGEOUS hand gathered and grown blooms!

    Leah Foster Avatar Leah Foster
    April 20, 2018
  • 5 star review  I am a Fruit & Vegetable Vendor here and I Love this market!!!

    Chester Hess Avatar Chester Hess
    July 21, 2014
  • 5 star review  Love this small community market.

    Teri White Avatar Teri White
    September 30, 2014

Did you know?

There are 2.1 million farms in the US...

98% of those farms are operated by families, 20% are beginner farmers, with less than 10 years in business & 30% are operated by woman.

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COVID-19 Update 😷PFM Safety Protocol

In an effort to keep market members, and guests as safe as possible PFM is implementing the following safety protocols.

All customers are expected to comply with PFM’s safety rules in order to enter the market space, including mandatory mask requirements.

PFM Safety Rules:

  1. If you are sick, or a member of your family is sick, please STAY HOME. 
  2. Wear a mask of some sort before entering the market space, in accordance with the CDC recommendation regarding the use of cloth face coverings. That means fully covering your nose and mouth. 
  3. Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from other people, especially when in line. The Market manager will be reminding shoppers to keep their distance.
  4. Keep your market visit simple and short; buy what you need and please do not linger, socialize, or congregate in the market space.
  5. We ask that no more than 2 people per household come to market to shop. When possible, we encourage that children and higher-risk family members remain at home.
  6. No lingering at market tents! We want to catch up too but please aim to get in and out of the market in under 30 minutes.
  7. Pre-order with your favorite vendors as much as possible for quick and contact-free pickup at the market. If you cannot pre-order online please contact our market members directly for other option. Find info on how to pre-order.
  8. Please wash your hands or sanitize them before you enter the market space. We have hand sanitizer available.