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Jun
16
Wed
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 16 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Jun
17
Thu
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 17 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Jun
18
Fri
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 18 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Jun
19
Sat
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 19 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Land Trust Concert at 3 Caves Larkin Poe @ Three Caves
Jun 19 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Land Trust Concert at 3 Caves Larkin Poe @ Three Caves

Larkin Poe

Proceeds benefit The Land Trust of North Alabama

Our summer Concerts at Three Caves are back! Enjoy a night of music at a truly unique outdoor music venue and support land preservation at the same time. Concerts take place at Land Trust’s Three Caves, a former limestone quarry on Monte Sano Nature Preserve. The stage, surrounded on three sides by limestone rock walls, provides an unforgettable backdrop and a one-of-a-kind experience for concert-goers.

Tickets & Details at http://www.landtrustnal.org/concerts-at-three-caves

– EVENT DETAILS –
Parking: There is no parking available at Three Caves.
Parking is at Huntsville Hospital lots at Adams & Lowell Streets. Free shuttle service will begin at 5:30 PM. If you use a ride-share service (Uber/Lyft) or taxi, please have them pull into the Mountain Springs Pool parking lot. That is the designated drop off and pick up location.

Food & Drink: No outside food or drink please. An on-site caterer will provide a menu of dinner options available for purchase. A variety of beer and wine options will be available to purchase at the bar.

Tips & Reminders:
Closed toe shoes recommended due to gravel.
No pets or small children. No bag chairs or tables.
Reserved Seating is provided with your ticket.

Cancellation:
If the concert must be cancelled due to inclement weather, ticket purchases will be considered a tax deductible donation to the Land Trust of North Alabama. Please check landtrustnal.org or social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) for weather cancellation announcements.

Jun
23
Wed
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 23 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Jun
24
Thu
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 24 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Jun
25
Fri
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 25 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Jun
26
Sat
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 26 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.

Jun
30
Wed
2021
Madison County Farmers Market
Jun 30 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Madison County Farmers Market

The Madison County Farmer’s Market is one of the oldest institutions still in business. The market started out in the basement of the Madison County Courthouse as early as 1814. The market has been moved many times over the years before the present building was constructed in 1984. Spaces at the end of the market building are provided for commercial vendors that buys and sells a variety of produce. The middle portion is set aside for produce farmers to sell their fresh fruits and vegetables. The Market’s busy season begins in June. Corn, okra, tomatoes, and squash are the biggest crops but, you’ll also find in abundance, fresh greens, beans, field peas and fresh fruits.