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Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market

  • Dates: November 4, 2017 - December 9, 2017
  • Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Saturday
  • Location: Century Springs East
  • Address: 6100 Lake Forrest Drive, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
  • Phone: (404) 851-9111
  • Time: 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Price: Free


The 8th season of the Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market may be winding down but the FRESH, LOCAL FUN continues! Each Saturday market features an abundance of fresh, local produce, along with pasture-raised meat and pork products, farm fresh eggs and dairy products, a variety of prepared foods, and artists. Extended season markets will be held, weather permitting, on November 4, November 11, November 18, December 2, and December 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

The market is held at Century Springs East, 6100 Lake Forrest Drive, Sandy Springs, GA, 30328 (corner of Lake Forrest Drive and Mt. Vernon Highway). Just look for the pink directional signs to guide you. We hope to see you there!


Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market is where friends and neighbors gather to share the experience of a community farmers market.

Connect with local and regional farmers and experience the difference of freshly-picked fruit and vegetables. Sip a cup of freshly brewed coffee while you enjoy a crepe cooked right before your eyes, or an artisan pizza incorporating local ingredients is prepared for you. Sit for a while, and learn tips and tricks at a cooking demonstration. Then, sample what has been prepared.

In addition to fresh fruit, vegetables, plants and flowers, the market will offer an assortment of other local and seasonal products, such as:

  • Honey, jams, jellies, pesto, granola, salsa and other specialty foods
  • Local Dairy Products, including specialty cheeses, milk and eggs
  • Regionally raised grass-fed beef, pork or poultry
  • Fresh Baked Breads
  • Artisan Products
  • Meet and Learn

Come meet and speak with a local farmer who has brought his or her produce directly to you. Taste their fresh arugula or tomatoes. See pictures of their farm and learn about how they grow their food and how they were picked within the last day or two and brought straight from the farm to the Market. Learn how eating locally grown produce can improve nutrition for you and your family while supporting our local farmers to find an outlet for their crops.