The Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts is located at 251 N. Spruce Street in downtown Winston-Salem (1 block off Fourth Street). On Saturdays, parking is free downtown and there is also a convenient parking lot across the street with parking for $1 for the first hour and $.50 for every additional hour.
Special items this week include: cold crop transplant vegetable starts (broccoli, kohlrabi, cabbage, cauliflower and brussel sprouts) from Rail Fence Farm, carrots, collards and kohlrabi greens from Sugar Creek Farm, Baby Swiss Chard and Sugarloaf Radicchio from Plum Granny Farm, turkey breasts and ground turkey from Grace Meadow Farm, Double Dark Chocolate Cherry Biscotti, Cranberry Ginger Biscotti, and new and improved Organic Whole Wheat bread from Three Sisters Artisan Bakery, new yarns and felted broaches from FarmGirl Arts, seedy levain, olive levain, brioche, sticky buns and cherry chocolate sourdough from Camino Bakery, and of course, EGGS from a variety of vendors including In Season Garden, Billy Place Farm, Yellow Wolf Farm, Meadows Family Farm, and Grace Meadow Farm.
Krankies Coffee will be bringing their locally roasted, hot coffee to keep our fingers warm!
This Saturday's vendors:
Plum Granny Farm Sugar Creek Farm Farm Girl Arts Lavender Anne's Billy Place Farm Yellow Wolf Farm Grace Meadow Farm Camino Bakery Meadows Family Farm Three Sisters Artisan Bakery Beta Verde Krankies Coffee Rail Fence Farm Felsbeck Farm In Season Garden