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Boyle County Farmer’s Market kicks off 2024 season

Shop over 60 vendors offering locally grown produce, fresh cut flowers, locally sourced meat, herbal apothecaries, fresh baked bread, home-made pasta and more. Come to Constitution Square in downtown Danville this Saturday, April 27th, from 9-12 p.m. and help them kick off the 2024 season.

Explore these vendors along with 60 others you can find at the Boyle County Farmer’s Market. You can find whatever you are looking for to create your own farm to table experience at home.

Noodle Craft – One of the newest vendors to join the Boyle County Farmer’s Market, Noodle Craft has gained attention with their fresh, homemade pasta. Varieties changing weekly.

Village Bread – This local artisan bakery offers fresh breads made with the best ingredients. Try a rustic loaf, fresh bagels, crapes, and more.

Shooting Star Farm – Find herbal apothecaries, fresh flowers, candles, soaps and more all hand crafted with ingredients grown locally in Forkland.

Food Trucks

Enjoy breakfast or lunch at the Farmer’s Market with one of these local trucks serving up delicious farm fresh food.

Sunwatch Homestead – Do you like breakfast tacos, biscuits and gravy, and breakfast sandwiches? Sunwatch Homestead is serving up a hot breakfast that is coming to you straight from the farm. You can also purchase their farm fresh products including pastured pork, beef, lamb, chicken and eggs.

The Still – The smash burger returns; The Still at Blue Rook Distillery will be returning to Farmer’s Market again serving up their beloved smash burger.

Chuckwagon from Cedar Ridge Cattle – Try “shotgun shells” or grab a mouthwatering burger from the Chuckwagon. Don’t forget you can also purchase beef and pork products from Cedar Ridge Cattle.


Pick up a beautiful arrangement of freshly cut flowers and brighten any space. There are multiple flower vendors each providing unique flowers or different varieties and colors.

Live Music

Let live music become the soundtrack to your summer. Take a beat and enjoy live music from local talent on the stage a Constitution Square every Saturday during Farmer’s Market, funded by the Danville-Boyle County Convention & Visitors Bureau.  

Visit the Boyle County Farmer’s Market every Saturday at Constitution Square until mid-October. The alternative rain location is at the Boyle County Extension Office. Follow the Boyle County Farmer’s Market on Facebook here.

For more information on what’s coming up in Danville and Boyle County visit