Come get fresh local produce, goods and food trucks on Thursday nights from 4:30-7pm in the upper parking lot.
The market has special rules in place to ensure that customers and vendors stay safe at the market. Please familiarize yourself with the rules and before you come:
We have implemented policies with our vendors which are intended to keep them and you safe. When you arrive at the market, you’ll notice wider spaces between vendor tents and that vendors and staff will be wearing masks. We will have market staff throughout the market to ensure that vendors and customers are following social distancing guidelines.
Most significantly, the market will not be a place for gathering and socializing. In order to move people in-and-out quickly and to minimize the crowds, we will not have our Kids Tent at this time. We ask that you come out, purchase what you need, and head home. We ask that only the primary shopper for each household come to the market, and if possible, children should stay home. We are taking the current COVID situation seriously, and we know that you will as well.
We will have a food truck, online ordering is suggested but there will also be window service. Information will be provided on our social media each week with directions about how to order and pick-up food from our food truck.
Please do the following in order to continue to keep our market safe:
- If you are sick (for any reason), please stay home.
- Please send one person from your family to the market to shop if possible.
- Please wear a face covering while attending the market. If you are not wearing a face covering, you will not be allowed to enter the market.
- Maintain 6 feet away from others at all times.
- Do not touch any products for sale. The vendors will handle the product and help you make your selections. If a customer is ahead of you in line, please line-up maintaining a 6’ spacing.
- Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitizer. We have bathroom facilities in the church and hand sanitizer available at the market.
As the season progresses, the Crieve Hall Neighborhood Association Board will update these guidelines. We’ll update information here and on our social media. Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. If you have any questions about these, please feel free to contact us via email or on our social media.
We hope to see you at the market (behind a mask!).
Visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/farmininthehall
Visit us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/farmininthehall/?hl=en
Follow along on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FarminInTheHall
We encourage you to follow along with the city’s guidelines for COVID-19 here: https://www.asafenashville.org/
Email us for information about becoming a vendor or sponsor
Farmin’ in the Hall is located at 451 Hogan Road
We want CH and surrounding areas to have access to clean, green, organic products that you crave! This market allows you to shop directly with your farmer, and get to know the person who has curated your products! We promote local vendors that really have a passion for providing you with yummy treats, fresh produce and unique products that you just won’t find in your big box grocery store. Come see us during our full season running May through August. Thursday Nights from 4:30pm-7pm. Please pass the word around. See ya real soon!