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Where to find us this Winter!

It’s easy to fall into the winter blues when it seems like not a lot is happening on the weekends. You are stuck inside all week. That’s not how you want to spend your weekends too! During the rest of the year its so nice to start your weekend off with a visit to the farmers markets to stock up on all of your needs and maybe pick up a tasty breakfast, but during the winter what is there to do? Guess what… In Virginia there are still awesome farmers markets to visit. Winter markets have increased greatly over the last few years, so now you don’t have to go without! So where can you pick up our goat milk soaps, laundry detergent, and lotions this winter:

South of the James Farmers Market – It’s undeniable… South of the James is one of the top farmers markets in Virginia and it’s year round! We feel beyond grateful to have such a wonderful place to offer our products. We are out at SOJ every single Saturday of the year, unless the governor declares a state of emergency because of hazardous weather. During the summer there are an incredible number of vendors and many of those vendors stay on all year. If you are coming during the winter you will not be disappointed. Everything you need is still there! There is always at least one or two veggie vendors, honey, dog treats, our goat milk soap products, the list goes on and on… and there are always lots of great choices for breakfast.

Visit South of the James Farmers Market – Every Saturday during the winter – 9am-12pm – New Kent Ave & 42nd Street, Richmond, VA 23225 

The Winter Farmers Market at IX Park – This is a brand new winter market in Charlottesville. It has a great selection and is both indoors and outdoors. You can find us at one of the outdoor spots on select Saturdays… Which is hopefully most Saturdays through March.

Visit The Winter Farmers Market at IX Park – Saturdays during the winter – 9am-1pm – 522 2nd Street SE in Charlottesville, Virginia

We are also in the process of applying to several craft shows that will take place this winter so please continue to check in on our Where to Buy page on our website for more up to date information.