The Southeast Farmer’s Market, which is held in the park adjacent to the Southeast Branch Library and the Ford Ice Center, will reopen for the season Monday.
The hours will be every Monday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The Farmer’s Market has rebranded and refocused its efforts after conducting a community survey and holding meetings to determine whether the market should continue and how it should look going forward.
A minimum of 18 vendors are expected, as well as the Tennessee Election Commission (register to vote!) and the Nashville Public Library Seed Exchange program are expected Monday night.
Some of the items available Monday include fruits,veggies,soaps,jams,soup,Italian ice,vegan dog treats and sweet treats,micro greens, garden towers,pies,cookies,eggs,meat,breads,hand made crafted items and artisan foods.
The Southeast Nashville Farmer’s Market also accepts SNAP.