This isn’t the kind of weather that has people thinking about the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market on Yanceyville Street, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t open.

The Greensboro Farmers Market is open indoors and outdoors from 7:30 a.m. to noon every Saturday.

The Winter Market offers seasonal produce such as eggs, milk, ice cream, beef, goat, lamb, pork, coastal seafood, honey, deli sides, baked goods, florals and artisan goods.  About two dozen vendors offer goods produced within 100 miles of the market.

Saturday, Feb. 12, customers will have the opportunity to brighten up their Super Bowl offerings with chicken wings, chorizo, bread rolls, roasted peanuts, goat cheese and baked goods all locally produced.

Saturday, Feb. 19, the Greensboro Farmers Market will hold the annual “Love Your Local French Toast Breakfast” fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Guest chef Tracy Furman will be preparing French toast plates made with farm-fresh eggs from Masey Creek Farms, and sliced sourdough artisan locally baked bread from Piedmont International Bakery.  Breakfast will be served to dine-in or to go and plates will be available by pre-order in the Market or online at a cost of $8 each.  The breakfast plate includes two slices of French toast, with syrup, honey or jams. Neese’s Country Sausage patty or bacon will be available for an additional $2.

Proceeds from the French Toast fundraiser go to support the Greensboro Farmers Market Inc.

To pre-order online go to:

First-time visitors and regular customers who may have been away for a while are invited to stop by the Market Info Hub and sign up for the Market’s e-news.  Those who sign-up will receive a free gift.

The Greensboro Farmers Market follows the city of Greensboro and Guilford County indoor facility mandates to uphold CDC and Guilford County Health Department guidelines.  Face masks and hand sanitizers are available at every entrance.