The Mableton Farmers Market will open its eleventh season at the Mable House Complex June 3rd and will run through August 12th. The Market will operate every Thursday from 8:30am until 12:30pm. Along with a wide variety of tasty, good-for-you produce grown by local small farmers, there will be fresh-baked items, local honey, eggs, locally hand-made jewelry, blade sharpening service and cooking demonstrations. Demonstrations will show visitors quick and easy ways to prepare summertime dishes using fresh produce the Market has to offer. Cobb & Douglas Public Health will join us again also to promote their healthy lifestyles programs for families. We will continue our partnership with Wholesome Wave Georgia (see below).
We are looking especially for produce growers to join the Market this season. If you are interested in selling at our Market, please read the Market Rules and Regulations and the Hold Harmless Agreement. Retailers and brokers should not apply.
If you are interested in applying to sell your home-grown produce, click here to complete and submit your application. If you want to apply to sell non-food items, click here All submissions must be accompanied by a signed Hold Harmless Agreement and any licenses, registrations and certificates for your products as required by state and Cobb County statutes and regulations.
The Market is a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) retailer. Our partnership with Wholesome Wave Georgia (WWG) enables SNAP customers to double their SNAP-eligible food item EBT card purchases of up to $100 per Market day ($50 SNAP plus $50, thanks to WWG). If you need assistance with SNAP enrollment or problems with your existing account, reach out to WWG online , call them and leave a message at 678-631-7101, or email them. For general information about WWG, check out their website. Consider making a tax-deductible donation to this very worthy charitable organization.
For any questions about the Mableton Farmers Market, email Dave McDaniel, the Market Manager.