Gorgeous weather, live music, and locally made products. Honestly, what more could you ask for when going on a Saturday adventure? The MainStreet Statesboro Farmer’s Market is the place to go if you are looking for something to do on a Saturday morning. One of the best parts of the market is the vendors. There are different options for produce, food purveyors, and arts and crafts.
Jacob’s produce was one of the options to get fresh fruits and vegetables that are grown locally. It is definitely worth stopping by to get that farm-to-table factor for your next meal!
I overheard the owner of Azure’s Gourmet & Sweets saying that Paula Deen sold her pralines, and she had me at that. If anything is good enough for Paula Deen, it is more than good enough for me. I may or may not have bought almost ten dollars worth…
Locally made honey has all kinds of health benefits! According to Livestrong, local, raw honey can help with allergy protection, aid in digestion and be used as a cough suppressant.
One of my last stops was Corks Kettle Corn, and as a self-proclaimed food critic, I would give five stars to the caramel kettle corn.
Overall, if you are looking for a way to get out of the house on a Saturday, hit up the MainStreet Statesboro Farmer’s Market. They are open from April to November starting at 9:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. You can find it at 2 East Main Street! However, if you cannot make it on a Saturday, I would suggest going to their end of the season event!
Brooke is an English major and is from the two-traffic-light town of Glennville, Ga. When she’s not writing essays or reading literature books bigger than the dictionary, Brooke enjoys binge watching Netflix, adding to her makeup collection and all things “Frozen” (she may or may not have an Olaf pillow pet…). She is currently the Print Editor for the Reflector.