Christmas Farmers Market scheduled for Dec. 3

The South Hill Christmas Farmers Market will take place Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The popular annual event will take place rain or shine at Market Square at the corner of W. Danville Street and S. Mecklenburg Avenue.
There will be lots of homegrown, homemade and handmade items available for sale, as well as a big basket drawing with goodies from vendors. Leigh Lambert will be on hand to present Story Time for the kids, and Anthony Wall from Olive Branch Baptist Church will do a 30-minute set of Christmas music starting around 11 a.m.
The following vendors are currently signed up: Art by Karolyn, South Hill – art, handmade jewelry; Bead Lady, Gloucester – handmade earrings, bracelets and necklaces ($3 from sale of pet-themed earrings will be donated to the local animal shelter); Birdie’s Pimento Cheese, South Hill – homemade pimento cheese; Born Butler, South Hill – crochet items including hats, scarves, mittens, flowers and zipper pouches; Country Kitchen Herbs, Brodnax – delicious baked goods including breads and scones; Cute Country Cupcakes, Boydton – cupcakes; Dragon Fly Designs, Brodnax – jewelry; Hinzman’s Jams & Jellies, South Hill – various jams and jellies; Jan and Dean’s Soaps, Hampton – homemade soaps; Joyful Stitches, Norlina – Christmas pillows, pocket books and more; KeimKraft Furniture, Chase City – rocking chairs, bird feeders, birdhouses, cutting boards, servers, spice racks, lazy susans, planters, small tables; Libby’s various baked breads including banana nut, blueberry, and assorted flavored Amish breads; Leah Wells’ Homemade Sweets and Treats, Kenbridge – pies, cakes, cookies, muffins and candy; Light It Up Concessions LLC, South Hill – funnel cakes, fries, etc.; Little Unique Gifts, Sandston – crochet items; Mardelian Farm, Dinwiddie – goat’s milk, skin care products and crafts; Mighty Oaks Farm, Boydton – goats milk soap, natural salves, lip balm, honey; Mother and Daughter’s Bakery, White Plains – baked goods, old fashioned lye soap, crochet washcloths; Nunia’s Wreaths, La Crosse – handmade wreaths; Open Door Missions, Boydton – funnel cakes and food; Otis Acres Micro-farm, Alberta – peach and “no spray” apple jams and jellies; P. Starke, Dolphin – baked goods, jams and jellies, seasonal produce; Red Barn Gourds, South Hill – wheel-thrown pottery vases, plates, mugs, tumblers and bowls, handcrafted notepads, decorated gourds; Shady Oaks Farm, Dundas – handmade products from alpaca fiber, alpaca yarns, handmade needlework, bird feeders, baked goods including homemade cupcakes and cakes; Spot on Dog Treats LLC, Alberta – dog treats and cookies, gluten-free option available; The Spotted Zebra, Clarksville – handbags, diaper bags, crochet blankets, sewn items; Tina’s Jewelry, Clarksville – bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings and sets; Willows Bend Farm, Dinwiddie – organic seasoning and dip mixes, organic tea blends, aromatherapy for bath and body, handmade gifts; Yerby’s Honey Farm, South Hill – local Lunenburg County honey.
Call (434) 447-3191 and ask for Anna Cratch or email to sign up as a vendor. Spaces are limited.