What's the Point?

The East Point Farmers Market is an initiative of the East Point Main Street Association and the City of East Point with the support of a large group of volunteers.

Our mission is to create a unique experience in the Downtown District for all who shop here, where we will consciously offer fresh food options that are as healthy for the people who eat them as for the ground in which they are grown.

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1st Wednesdays from 4PM-Dusk (Summer 8PM)
3rd Saturdays from 9AM-1PM
EAST POINT COMMONS
  • Wed, April 2
  • Wed, May 7
  • Wed, June 4
  • Wed, July 2
  • Wed, August 6
  • Wed, September 3
  • Wed, October 1
  • Wed, November 5
  • Wed, December 3
  • Sat, April 19
  • Sat, May 17
  • Sat, June 21
  • Sat, July 19
  • Sat, August 16
  • Sat, September 20
  • Sat, October 18
  • Sat, November 15*
  • Sat, December 20*
*Holiday Markets
We Double Snap WIC

The East Point Farmer’s Market has partnered with Wholesome Wave Georgia to use privately raised funds to DOUBLE benefits for SNAP participants! Just bring your SNAP EBT card to the EPFM booth at the market, tell them what amount to swipe and you will be given DOUBLE that amount in market money tokens (up to $50) to be used to purchase eligible SNAP products from the market vendors.

Oh, Snap!


This is a great way to stretch your grocery funds while providing your family with healthier, farm fresh food. Eligible items include things like: produce, meat, cheese, packaged prepared foods, bread/baked goods, eggs, honey/jams/jellies, salsas, flour/corn meal and more!

Wholesome Wave
Double Your Snap

This program is beneficial to the market as a whole. It increases sales for the farmers, which allows the market to grow by allowing the market to increase the number of vendors it can sustain – a “win win” for everyone!

 

Our Priorities Are:
  • Sustainably grown, local produce
  • Handcrafted, high-quality food products
  • Direct sales by growers and producers of their goods
  • Strengthening the health of our the Tri-Cities community through outreach and education
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