LOCATED AT: 25 Courthouse Square, the Georgia Highlands Parking lot "formerly the old Dallas Court house annex.) Saturdays April till December, 8AM till 1PM, weather permitting.


Still up and Kicking...all through the Winter!

Hey folks, if you follow this website it may have appeared that we went silent for a while, (Well we did) but we want to assure you that our winter market is still alive and meeting every Saturday from 9AM till 1PM!

  Some of your favorites are still there like Anne's Preserves and Delights. I just delved into a jar of Spicy Dill Pickles that are going to be a regular in my pantry from now on! Rosemary Knoll and their selection of Salsas, pestos, fudge, and seasoned nuts!

   Some Newer faces have started gracing our lot such as Rene's Cupcakes and Cookies. Rene makes some very tasty Red Velvet, cupcakes that compliment a selection of Apple, Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry ond other flavors, also available in a vegan style as well.

Smith Farms free range chicken eggs. A word: "Incredible"

Gladys's Breads is here with Biscotti, with apple bread, and Freckle bread, and other varieties as her time and imagination permits!

There are 2 upcoming events sponsored by our good friends at the Paulding County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers:

  • First is the Arbor Day Tree Giveaway on February 17, 2012. Every person attending will receive a choice of 2 bare root trees to plant in their yard, and instructions on how and where to plant. Click here to download and print a brochure with times and locations.
  • Joining with the Gardeners is the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension, and Paulding County 4H to bring you Spring Forward Paulding Saturday March 10th 2012. this event will feature keynote speaker Walter Reeves of PBS's Your Southern Garden show. Tickets are required for the keynote at $10 each. other Festival events are free and open to the public. Click here to download and print a brochure with times and location.

Thanks for stopping by, see you at the Market!


Llamas debut at the Dallas Farmer's Market

We had a visit from our friends at the Southeast Llama Rescue this last Saturday! Tracy Snell and crew brought 4 llamas to share with patrons and vendors!

  More than a chance to see one of these lovely, gentile creatures up close this was also an opportunity to learn about one of the most versitile animals to serve humans. Their fine wool is used for clothing and textiles, as pack animals they can carry large loads, and when hitched to a cart is able to haul 3 times their own weight. Of special interest to our farmers and gardeners, llama droppings are high in nitrogen, an important ingredient in plant growth!

   The best news is if you're interested in experiencing these creatures first-hand they will be at the Market again this weekend.  Bring the family and see for yourself!

Also at the market...

   Take this opportunity to see what's available at the market and pick up some farm fresh eggs, homemade jams, jellies, pickles, preserves, muffins, cupcakes, pesto, honey, soaps and cosmetics, Salsas nuts and cheeses.

   Fall crops are in the ground and growing and we expect some fall produce in the coming weeks!



We have a new look,and plenty to see at the market!

This week we have an updated look to our Website! A few things have moved around and we have a new official Logo! Please be sure to contact us and let us know what you think.

  We will have some inspirational entertainment this week from Gospel Group Chuck and Wilma Smith with Pat Rizer. They will be singing for all our patrons, so come on out and share in all the fun and get your Vegetables and everything you need for the week!

  We expect to have available, corn, green beans, peppers, watermelons, peas (several varieties), tomatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, zucchini, and okra!



  Today is the day! The Dallas Farmers Market spring/summer season officially kicks off today! The market is open from 8:00AM till at least noon. There will be live music, Fresh veggies and made goods to please just about anybody.

  We are located in the parking lot of The Highlands College campus (where the old Dallas courthouse annex) on the corner of Spring Street and Memorial Drive across from the Regions Bank in downtown Dallas.

  There are other events in the Downtown Dallas area today so bring the family and make a day of it!!

Live music will be provided thru the day to entertain and inspire you.

  Another note to mention to our patrons is the Paulding County Master Gardeners Society is also holding their Annual Plant Sale today! Once you have all your groceries and goodies zip on over to their sale located at the Paulding County Extension Office.  I'm told you should bring your wheel barrow! Come to think of it. . . You might need on at our place too!!



Warmer weather means more planting and more veggies!

   We're not quite sure what the weather holds for us between now and opening day at the Dallas Farmers Market, but one thing for certain is that there has been some early planting going on in this warmer weather. Early planting spells earlier crops for spring veggies, and we have high hopes for plenty of selection when opening day come on April 30th! Keep your fingers crossed!

   In the mean time our Winter market continues to roll on Saturdays 9AM to noon in the parking lot of the Highlands College (Old courthouse annex across from the Regions Bank) in downtown Dallas. Please come by and have a look!

   Don't forget to take a look at our new Featured Vendor page in the Navigation Bar to the left. There you'll find information about Dana Girard and her husband Mike of by Dana. Look there for the exclusive special you'll receive as a reader of this website!

   Easter is coming up soon and Heather at Evelyn Rose is making gift baskets of her homemade soaps and balms. There are still plenty of preserves, salsas, pestos, breads, flavored crackers, and cakes to choose from. Also fresh Eggs and some late winter veggies are still around like collards, cabbage, green onions, and beets.

   Come out and see us!

One last thing! Our friend produce vendor, Alan Morgan, has made a video about okra that you garden enthusiasts and fellow farmers might enjoy! Click the link below!