No fee for first-time set-up. Vendors get their first visit free!
After that, each week is only $3.00
In its third season, our market is still growing strong. We are a community of farmers, gardeners, and artists who envision breaking free of dependence upon chain-stores and corporations for our livelihoods and products.
We are always looking to add new vendors to our group- as long as the product is hand/locally made or grown within 50 miles of the Bryson City/Swain County area. We welcome all farmers, gardeners, and artists to join us each Saturday morning for a
Beautiful Day’s commitment to local agriculture and quality of life means that vendors offer produce grown within fifty miles of Bryson City that is delivered fresh to The Market on Saturday mornings. We are also committed to offering organic and certified organic produce and community farmers and gardeners are invited to bring produce to sell and to shop at The Market for the best of the truly fresh and local.
We also offer local artisans and crafters an outlet for marketing their works to local consumers. We welcome craft and art demonstrators, educators, and volunteers to help spread the word about our region and all it has to offer.
BD Market also encourages community groups to utilize the market as a fundraising outlet. Bring your group down and earn some $ for continuing and new projects. *all items must be locally grown/made.
Many of our farmers offer educational tours- ask when you visit!
Many of our artisans offer demonstrations- see art before your eyes!
You never know what you'll find on a Beautiful Day!
afghans, apples, art, beans, beets, berries, birdhouses, bluegrass, cabbages, carrots, cheese, collards, corn, crafts, cucumbers, eggs, garlic, ginseng, gourds, herbs, honey, jams, jellies, jewelry, kale, lettuces, mountain music, notecards, okra, onions, paper, peas, peppers, photography, postcards, potatoes, pottery, prints, pumpkins, quilts, radishes, rhubarb, soap, sorrel, spinach, squashes, tomatoes, trout, watermelons, zucchini
We are located in the Federal Building parking lot, at the corner of Main Street,
off HWY 74, exit 67.
Saturdays, 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.
Our vendors include Backwood Botanicals, Mud Leaf Pottery, Damascus Road Farms, Otter Creek Trout Farm, Sisterly Love Creations, West Swain 4-H, Swain High FFA, Nantahala Herb Company, Nantahala Arts, and many other individuals. Look for their products around town!