Westchester Farmers Market at Westchester Commons is a community of small-business entrepreneurs - farmers, growers and artisans - who believe in being good stewards of the environment, raising food sustainably and creating imaginative works of art. At the Market, patrons talk directly with producers, learning where/how their food was grown, and perhaps even a new way to prepare it. After all, cooking fresh, unprocessed food and sharing it with people you love is one of life's great pleasures.
First Thursday of every month, young entrepreneurs sell produce they have grown and/or crafts they have made. Come support these budding businesspeople at the Kids' Market, sponsored by the Powhatan and Chesterfield offices of Virginia Cooperative Extension.
Come support these young entrepreneurs! Plus 501(c)3 organizations ... and MUSIC!
The mission of the Westchester Farmers Market at Westchester Commons is to help meet the growing demand for fresh, locally grown and prepared foods by providing an appropriate venue for local farmers, growers and artisans. The Market provides an opportunity for patrons to build direct relationships with Market vendors. We are strongly committed to offering the freshest, highest quality, locally grown products and unique, handmade treasurers.
Fresh vegetables, berries, mushrooms, poultry, eggs, beef, baked goods, jewelry, pottery, herbs, soaps, plants, wool, cut flowers and much more.
Westchester Farmers Market (formerly Powhatan Farmers Market) is an eight-year-old producer-only market where customers purchase directly from local farmers and artisans. While our mission is to help meet the growing demand for fresh, local food, the Market also helps ensure land remains in agriculture ... so you are not only eating better, but as a customer, you are helping protect the land. The Market also promotes direct relationships between producers/artisans and consumers, building community.