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3rd Annual Pop Up Market at Hobbit Hill Farm
June 19 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pmFree
We are so excited to welcome you back to the blueberry patch for our 3rd Annual Pop Up Market on Saturday, June 19th from 9:00am-1:00pm. Come shop with local makers and growers, enjoy live music, learn about bees, gardening, and farm animals, eat a homemade blueberry treat, and pick some tasty, USDA certified organic blueberries! Come early if you plan on picking blueberries (thanks to the amazing community support we got picked out last time) and please come back again later if you want more! Our blueberries are ripening later this year so we’re just at the very beginning of our season. There will be more blueberries ripening by the day! We couldn’t be more excited about our participants this year! Read below for more details!
***In accordance with state and federal recommendations all individuals aged 5 and older who are unvaccinated or not fully-vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
***Friendly dogs on a leash are only allowed in parking areas. Dogs are not allowed in the blueberry patch.
Countryside Garage Band (9am-11am)
Highlander String Band (11am-1pm)
Ros O’Brien Ceramics – handmade pottery inspired by nature
The Plant House – house plants and accessories
Amberlee Joy Art – watercolor and handlettered art
Turn and Twist- hand embroidered pocket tees
Wild World Designs – artist designed and screen-printed clothing
Mountain Fable Handmade – crochet jewelry
Tiny Fields Farm – locally grown cut flowers
R. Arnold Studios – watercolor and oil paintings
Shenandoah Valley Beekeepers Association – demonstration bee hive
Central Shenandoah Valley Master Gardeners – seed starting activity (and more!) for kids, gardening question and answer booth for adults
Top Notch Farm LLC – meet and greet with farm animals, alpaca products for sale
Food and Drinks:
blueberry lemon pound cake
blueberry mint lemonade
(made by Hobbit Hill Farm with our USDA certified organic blueberries!)
hot dogs, chips, water
Pick-your-own UDSA certified organic blueberries:
$6 per pound (which is about $4.50 per pint). Containers provided. Credit cards accepted.