Markets & Events
Find us at the Chapel Hill Farmers' Market, pop-up markets, craft shows, and other special events throughout NC and the Southeast.
Three day market! Sunday December 16th : 12-4 pm
Monday December 17th & Tuesday December 18th: 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Pop-up holiday farmers/craft market & free pancake brunch. Pancakes are free and all you can eat!
Botanist & Barrel has invited some of the areas best specialty producers and farmers to come share their creations for a special holiday plant and gift shopping pop-up market. From herbs, to pottery, to jewelry, to honey and cheese, we have your holiday gifts covered!
They will also be releasing a new cider or two in the tasting room. This limited releases will only be available in the tasting room, so get them while you can!
The tasting room will open at 12pm so you can sip and shop!
Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair is the go-to destination for discovering unique, ethically sourced goods from independent artists and visionaries. Now in its 15th year, the fair connects consumers with rare products they won’t find anywhere else, giving them a shopping experience unlike any other. The Washington City Paper, the District’s premier alternative newsweekly, hosts the annual event that unites artists, makers, and creatives from all walks of life.
SPARKcon is an innovative, multi-disciplinary art and design conference and showcase that celebrates creativity in the triangle. Come shop with us at Bazaar Spark, an artisan handmade market at the festival. Bazaar Spark hours are: Friday 11-6, Saturday 11-7, and Sunday 10-5.
Art at Ladybug Farm is a small craft sale with an eclectic blend of fine craft and farm products. This year's show has several awesome new artists and we'll also be welcoming Botanist & Barrel, a hyper-local cider maker from just up the road in Cedar Grove! Mystery Brewing will be back this year serving their great local beers and Qspresso food truck will be on site with their amazing Cuban inspired food.
Ladybug Farm is a small farm owned and operated by Evelyn and Aaron Ward in Hurdle Mills, NC, a rural community 30 miles north of Durham and 15 miles north of Hillsborough. It's home to about 150 pasture raised chickens and Evelyn's pottery studio. Ladybug Farm makes a lovely setting for a craft sale with perennial gardens, an old farmhouse, pastures and rustic barns.