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Dunwoody Farmers Market with Annual Dunwoody Art Festival at Brook Run on May 8

 

From the Market Manager

This Saturday we're pleased to share our beautiful park with the Dunwoody Arts Festival! In addition to the 27 amazing vendors planning to attend our normal 9-1 hours on Saturday, you'll be able to walk down to the Great Lawn and explore roughly 150 additional artists, Georgia grown vendors, kids activities and more!

Due to the presence of the festival in the park, we strongly recommend you come early this weekend. The farmers market opens at 9am and the festival at 10. Parking in the park is limited, but you can also park at Kingswood Church, 4896 N Peachtree Road, at St. Patrick's Episcopal Church, 4755 N Peachtree Road and at Peachtree Middle School at 4664 N Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA 30337.

Scheduled Vendors

Java Genesis
Ginger Yums
Twilight and Lemongrass
Nisha's Flavors of India
Piedmont BBQ
Great Harvest
Real Cajun Market
Grow With The Flow
King of Pops
Shirini Bakery
Mapa's Matzoh Balls
Watsonia Farms/GA Peach Truck
Ecosystem Collective

Deb-Bees Honey
Tru Blue Pound Cakes
Jar Masala
Forever Homecoming
Truc Farm
We Three Girls
Britz Sno Blitz
My Kind of Cookies
Bursting Blooms Flower Truck

Food Truck

Hungry Hippo Eats


Music

Lauran Hunt

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Community Booth

This week we welcome the Empowered Readers Literacy Project, and their awesome stories of Penelope the Pirate Princess!

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