Voted Best Small Event by the Mississippi Tourism Association, the Green Market features up to 75 vendors and hosts an eclectic mix of local and regional artists, farmers, gardeners, and craftsmen who sell their hand crafted and home made goods in an open-air, grassroots setting. Our goal is to encourage folks to buy local and provide a place for everyone to gather and share ideas.
Free to the public, you can expect to find anything from pottery and wood work, to local honey and food goodies, to clothing, soaps, lotions, and so much more. Grab a snack at one of the food trucks and check out the local entertainment. As the banner fundraiser for the non-profit Crossroads Museum, there's something for everyone to enjoy!
Green Market registration is open to vendors who sell handmade or homegrown goods. Crafts such as pottery, paintings, drawings, clothing made at home, wooden bowls, crocheted and or knitted items, soaps, lotions, jams, relishes, bread, sweets, metal crafts, jewelry, etc. The only exception is the November Red Green Market which does not require items to be hand crafted and is open to boutiques and other businesses.
What size are vendor spaces?
Vendor spaces are 10' x 10'.
What do I need to bring?
Bring your own tents, chairs, tables, and displays.
When can I start setting up?
Set up begins at 7:00 AM. Green Market is from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Is there electricity available?
Electricity is only provided for food vendors.