What: Farmer’s Market Festival featuring vendors selling everything from produce to hand crafted items, even Brunswick stew, food trucks, and children’s activities
When: Saturday, November 18th from 1:00-5:00PM
Where: East Cawson Street & Library Street in Downtown Hopewell, VA
The Hopewell Downtown Partnership is excited to announce our Fourth Annual Hopewell Harvest Festival sponsored by CSX Corporation! Come out to Downtown Hopewell on Saturday, November 18th for an afternoon full of free fall fun! This fall tradition will include farmer’s market vendors, children’s activities, live music, local wine & beer, and food trucks.
The Harvest Festival will take place along East Broadway Avenue in Downtown Hopewell from 1:00-5:00pm! Our festival will feature local products from our vendors and downtown retailers, local live music and local wine from Ashton Creek Vineyard. The Saucy’s food truck will also be at our event for your chance to try out their nationally recognized BBQ before they open their doors in downtown Hopewell! Stay tuned to our website and social media for updates on their opening.
Stop by the Hopewell Harvest Festival to get those staples for Thanksgiving Dinner from our many baked goods and produce vendors! Don’t forget to get an early start to your holiday shopping at our many downtown retailers. Click here for our downtown business directory.
Are you heading to the Hopewell Kiwanis Wine Tasting Festival? Our Harvest Festival will be one street over from the wine tasting. Tickets are on sale for that event and more information can be found at www.hopewellwinetasting.com. Make sure to swing by before or after you’ve gotten your fill of wine!
- Agriberry-fresh fruit and farm-made jams, applesauces, and apple butter.
- Alberta General Store-Unkol Chuck’s famous Brunswick Stew.
- Big Brothers Big Sisters-Non-profit organization focused on community mentoring
- Blitz-Handcrafted jewelry, tutus, hair accessories and stemware.
- Buzzing Bee Honey-Local honey
- CapWorks-Innovative art created from recycled bottle caps and aluminum cans
- Chefing-Produce, pickles, breads, cookies and muffins
- Chestnut Ridge Garden-Raw Honey, honey pollen, flavored honey butters as well as honey & beeswax skincare items.
- DK Canned Goods-Homemade canned goods, pickles, jellies, etc.
- Dolce Vita Farm-Variety of fresh meats: including sausage, brisket, bratwursts, rainbow trout, and more!
- Elk Island Produce-Hydroponic greens and local, fresh seasonal produce.
- GoatsRUs-GoatsRUs cheeses are produced on the farm, for fresh “milk to table” goat cheese.
- Goody Paws Bakery-Homemade, natural and fresh dog and cat treats.
- Grateful Gypsy-Fresh designs with a vintage feel for the everyday girl who is looking for apparel and accessories that she adores and can actually afford.
- Haley’s Honey-Honey, bee pollen, honey sticks & jams
- Handknits by Karen-Knitted accessories including hats, scarves, mittens and bags
- Hot Southern Honey-Shenandoah Valley wildflower honey infused with the mild heat of red chili peppers
- Josette Carey-Barnes-Handmade jewelry
- Num E Nums Bakery-Homemade cupcakes, muffins and cakes
- Lamb Center for Arts & Healing-Non-profit organization to help communities and individuals in need to thrive through high-quality low-barrier art and mind, body, spirit healing opportunities
- Peace 2 Dye-Unique hand tied and dyed clothing and accessories.
- Petersburg Provisions-Locally sourced grocery store
- Poor Georgies Bake Shoppe-Retro snacks, cookies, cakes & pies
- Pop’s Kettle Corn-Fresh kettle corn, featuring specialty flavors
- Schofield Farm-Gourmet mushrooms
- Sweet Temptations by Teresa-Prepared foods-baked goods
- Two Veterans Farms-Wide variety of microgreens such kale, broccoli, spicy mix, arugula, several proprietary mixes.
- Virginia Cooperative Extension-Educational materials about agriculture, family and consumer sciences.
- Willow Bend Farms-Herbs & Aromatherapy
- Yellow Lantern Co-Handmade products from up cycled materials including dolls, jewelry & headcrowns