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Piedmont Farmers Market is in the old Cannon Mills outlet store

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Piedmont Farmer’s Market is open year-round every Thursday in the Old Cannon Mills Outlet Store, 120 West Ave. (in the Village) Kannapolis.
Coddle Creek Honey & Bakery is offering local honey, jams, eggs, and fresh-baked breads and brownies.
Karriker Produce and Buddy’s Produce still have late summer vegetables such as tomatoes, corn, bell peppers, green beans and okra. Fall produce includes pumpkins, freshly dug sweet potatoes, red potatoes, onions, acorn & spaghetti squash, Brushy Mountain apples, turnips, cabbage, and all varieties of greens. Craft vendors like Darryl’s Copper Workshop, Clara’s Paintings and Jewelry, Martha’s Silk Flowers and Bonnie’s Jewelry and Crafts will also be on hand.
The market is open Thursday from 3-6 p.m.

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